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Osburn 1700 Wood Burning Fireplace Insert

Osburn 1700 Wood Burning Fireplace Insert

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Osburn
Osburn Part Numbers: OB01705
Item Number: OSB-OB01705
UPC: 773388186412

Features

  • Ceramic glass door
  • Arched cast iron door frame
  • Includes 144CFM rotary blower
  • Refractory brick lined firebox
  • Exceeds EPA 2020 emissions requirements
  • Features up to six hours of burn time
  • Installs into existing fireplace openings
  • Recommended Heating Area: 500-1,800 Square Feet
  • Firebox Volume: 1.9 Cubic Feet
  • Firebox Dimensions: 19 5/8" W x 11 7/8" H x 13 1/2" D
  • Maximum Log Length: 18"
  • Flue Size: 6"
  • Weight: 361 Pounds
  • Glass Dimensions: 15 3/4" W x 9 3/8" H
  • Steel Top Thickness: 5/16"
  • Steel Body Thickness: 3/16"
  • Overall Dimensions: 27 1/8" W x 21 1/4" H x 22 3/8" D
  • Required Fireplace Minimum Width: 27 1/2"
  • Required Fireplace Minimum Height: 21 1/2"
  • Required Fireplace Minimum Depth: 12 7/8"
  • Hourly Emissions: 1.26 Grams
  • Max BTU Output: 65,000 BTU/h
  • 70% efficient based on an EPA-specified test method (CSA B 415-10 stack loss method). Actual efficiency will vary.
Osburn has made it their mission to give customers the best of the best. The Osburn 1700 Wood Insert is just one example of their top-of-the-line fireplace inserts. If you are looking for a contemporary design to fit into your masonry fireplace this is an excellent insert that fits the bill. The 1700 wood insert can hold log sizes up to 18" and has a maximum burn time of up to 6 hours so you will stay nice and warm all winter. It also has a low emissions rate of 1.26 g/h so you will leave a smaller carbon footprint. Osburn has thought of everything with this fireplace insert so you don't have to worry.

Venting Requirements: This item requires a chimney with 6" inner diameter.

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Norm K. from Albuquerque, NM asked:
How hot does the fireplace get behind the insert?  Do the electrical lines and fixtures for the insert blower have to be heat-resistant?
How hot does the fireplace get behind the insert? Do the electrical lines and fixtures for the insert blower have to be heat-resistant?
Electrical connections are not allowed inside the firebox when installing a wood-burning insert.  The cord for the blower will have to run on the hearth outside the unit.  
Answered by: on Jan 24, 2024

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Peacelady from CA asked:
Does this have an ash pan for cleanout or a lip in front of the door to keep the coals from falling out?
Does this have an ash pan for cleanout or a lip in front of the door to keep the coals from falling out?
There is no ashpan on this model. However, there is a "step down" into the firebox to keep the ashes/coals from falling out when opening the door.
Answered by: Aaron D.

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Sally from 22844 asked:
Does the insert have to be installed in an existing fireplace or can it be installed in a properly constructed wood and insulated fireplace such as is used for gas fireplaces?
Does the insert have to be installed in an existing fireplace or can it be installed in a properly constructed wood and insulated fireplace such as is used for gas fireplaces?
An insert can only be installed in an existing and up to code brick/masonry wood fireplace. Or in a pre-fabricated fully installed wood fireplace (metal) if the manufacturer allows it. A gas fireplace can not accept wood burning inserts.


Answered by: Owen O.

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