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Manufacturer:Invicta Part Number: 6129-44 eFireplaceStore Item Number: INV-6129-44
Size: 36 Inches
Product Dimensions: 35 3/4" W x 37 1/2 " H x 19" D
5-year limited warranty
Equipped with support stand
Ecolabel A for energy efficiency
Stylish and contemporary design
Optimal heating power and range
CSA certified in the US and Canada
Linear double-sided glass viewing area
Enhanced thermal conductivity and durability
Manufactured from 100% recyclable cast iron material
Max BTU Output with Dry Cordwood: 90,000
Recommended Heating Area: 2,200 - 3,500 sq. ft.
Glass Viewing Area: 30" W x 14" H
Maximum Log Size: 30"
63% efficient based on an EPA-specified test method (CSA B 415-10 stack loss method). Actual efficiency will vary.
Clearance from top of stove to ceiling: 60"
*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.
There are two sides to every coin, a designer at Invicta heard that old adage and decided to apply it to wood burning stoves. And that's how the 36 inch Nelson model stove was born. You get a double sided view of the fire to enjoy from many angles. This wood stove is made of cast iron so it will last. The contemporary design means even when it goes out of style it will stay a classic.
Would this stove be able to get WETT certified in Canada? Does it have CSA or ULC?
This stove is certified to ULC S627-00 & UL 1482-11, as stated in the manual. As for the WETT certification, you would need to check with your local code authority and present them with the unit's manual.
This seems to be a stove with a windowed side on either side of the box, i.e. see-through, correct? I also wonder if it can be fitted aftermarket with a gas log so that it could be used as natural gas stove, then if needed be converted back to wood?
The Invicta Nelson is indeed a see-through model wood-burning stove. This appliance is not able to be modified to allow the use of a gas log set inside the appliance.
I have a customer interested in this unit but we live in the state of Washington U.S.A and I can not find it on the list of stoves that can be installed in Washington State. Do you have something that says otherwise?
The stove is EPA exempt and would subsequently not meet the latest EPA 2020 standards. Based on this information, the stove would not be approved for Washington state.