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Kingsman 26 Inch Direct Vent Gas Heating Stove - Millivolt

Kingsman 26 Inch Direct Vent Gas Heating Stove - Millivolt

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Kingsman
Kingsman Part Numbers: FDV451N
Item Number: KGM-FDV451N

Features

  • Color: Black(FDV451N, FDV451LP)
  • Fuel Type: Propane Gas (FDV451LP), Natural Gas (FDV451N)
  • Max BTU Output: 30,001 to 35,000(FDV451N, FDV451LP)
  • Specific Use Options: Mobile Home Approved / Bedroom Approved(FDV451N, FDV451LP)
  • Vent Type: Direct Vent(FDV451N, FDV451LP)
  • Modern and sleek look
  • Free standing direct vent stove
  • Several exterior finish and door options to choose from
  • Compact chassis design is able to fit in a variety of installations
  • Able to be equipped with a full line of remotes and wall switches
  • Choose between a detailed oak log set or contemporary glass media
  • Includes safety barrier screens to prevent accidental contact with hot glass
  • Reliable standing pilot valve system ensures operation during power outages
  • Maximum BTU Output: 34,500
  • Min/Max Natural Gas Inlet Pressure: 5.5"/9" WC
  • Min/Max Propane Gas Inlet Pressure: 11"/12" WC
  • Venting Dimensions: 4 inches
  • Approved Direct Vent Systems: Kingsman Flex (Z-Flex), Simpson-Duravent Direct Vent system (Model DV-GS Series), BDM Pro Form Direct Vent, Ameri-Vent Direct Vent Pipe System, ICC Excel Direct, Metal Fab Sure-Seal DV and Selkirk Direct Temp
  • Actual Viewing Area: 20" W x 16 15/16" H
  • Valve Type: Millivolt
The Kingsman Free Standing Direct Vent Gas Stove with Millivolt Control is a fantastic modern and sleek looking stove choice for your home. With a reliable standing pilot valve allowing for operation during power outages and the ability to pair with a full line of remotes or wall switches, this stove is a star. Additionally, with a multitude of options in both finishes and doors, as well as your choice of traditional oak logs or contemporary glass media, you are sure to find a set up that matches your design. This stove's compact chassis design can fit into a variety of installations, and it comes with safety barrier screens to help protect your loved ones from contact with hot surfaces. Efficiency Rating: 70.53% Natural Gas / 70.12% Liquid Propane. BTU Input Ratings: 34,500 Natural Gas / 31,000 Liquid Propane.

Venting Requirements: This item requires a chimney with 4" inner diameter.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Carbon Monoxide, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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Scott S. from SW Oklahoma asked:
Will this stove work when the power is out?
Will this stove work when the power is out?
Yes.  The stove uses a millivolt ignition system which requires no outside power to function.
Answered by: on Jan 19, 2024

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Scott S. from SW Oklahoma asked:
Does this stove have a direct combustion air inlet, or does it draw combustion air from the space?
Does this stove have a direct combustion air inlet, or does it draw combustion air from the space?
This unit uses coaxial pipe to exhaust to the exterior of the home and draw combustion air from the outside. Both are accomplished through the same double-walled direct vent pipe.
Answered by: on Jan 15, 2024

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Judy from White Mountains, Arizona asked:
How large an area does this unit heat?
How large an area does this unit heat?
Depending on various factors (stove location, home insulation, etc.), this stove can heat up to approximately 600 square feet.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on Feb 13, 2023

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Lynn W. from Truckee. CA asked:
Can the pipe vent in this come from the back end if the stove (to go out a wall vs up through the ceiling)?
Can the pipe vent in this come from the back end if the stove (to go out a wall vs up through the ceiling)?
The venting run may terminate horizontally on an exterior wall after a minimum vertical vent run from the top flue connection.
Answered by: Will M.

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