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Manufacturer:Invicta Part Number: 6110-44 eFireplaceStore Item Number: INV-6110-44
Size: 26 Inches
Product Dimensions: 25 1/2" W x 31 1/2" H x 14 3/4" D
5-year limited warranty
Enlarged glass viewing area
Ecolabel A for energy efficiency
Stylish and contemporary design
Optimal heating power and range
Exclusive post-combustion system
Enhanced thermal conductivity and durability
2020 EPA and CSA certified in the US and Canada
Manufactured from 100% recyclable cast iron material
Max BTU Output with Dry Cordwood: 90,000
Recommended Heating Area: 2,500 sq. ft.
Glass Viewing Area: 29 3/20" W x 14 1/2" H
Maximum Log Size: 24"
63% efficient based on an EPA-specified test method (CSA B 415-10 stack loss method). Actual efficiency will vary.
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 7 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page if available for venting pipe that must be used with this unit. * Please Note: Do not connect the stove to any hot air distribution system.
*Also Note: This appliance must be installed on a non-combustible protector that extends to the front, sides, and back of the appliance.
Made of cast iron, the Invicta 42 inch Itaya wood burning stove is built to last. Wood stoves are the heartiest of all heating appliances. When you buy one, unless there's an act of God, it will be with you for life. The contemporary design of the Itaya stove means it will look good in nearly any home. Plus this stove is EPA certified to meet emissions standards so you know it will burn efficiently.
This unit would be too large for your home. This usually will lead to underfiring the unit, which will cause an accumulation of creosote in the venting greatly increasing the risk of chimney fires and requiring far more maintenance for the chimney system.