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Fuel Oil Stoves Now an Alternative to Wood and Gas Fuel
A new category of freestanding room heaters powered by fuel oil is appearing in North America after becoming popular
in Europe. They offer convenient, powerful zone heating with a pretty flame in a stylish cast iron body at about the
same cost per hour as natural gas. Homeowners without natural gas now have an economical, convenient reliable
room heating option to the traditional wood stove.
A Dovre fuel oil stove usually runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the heating season. Adjust the temperature
knob up or down, depending on the weather conditions and make that family room or hard to heat area warm and cozy
all winter. A Dovre oil stove runs quietly unattended without electricity as long as there is fuel in the tank.
Dovre oil stoves are great whether you're replacing a tired wood stove, or looking for more heat without paying the high
price of electricity. Basically, all you need is an oil tank and chimney with your Dovre oil stove and you'll be ready for
- Both stoves provide six different settings from low to high to control heat output
- No electricity is required for operation.
- Minimum heat output for the F400 is 11,400 Btu/hr. and 14,800 Btu/hr. for the F750; maximum heat output for the F400 is 35,400 Btu/hr. while the F750 boasts 48,900 Btu/hr.
- Fuel consumption on low: 0.08 gal/hr. for the F400 and 0.09 gal/hr. for the F750; fuel consumption on high: 0.32 gal/hr. for the F400 and 0.40 gal/hr. for the F750.
- At the heart of the stove is a catalyst that creates a mixture of air and fuel to produce a clean and efficient burn.
- The F400 requires a 5" L-vent or a 6" Class A vent while the F750 requires a 6" L-vent or a 6" Class A vent.
- An optional wall thermostat is available for the F400 and F750 to control heat output.
- Up to 80% efficient.
- Safety listed by Warnock Hersey for use in the US and Canada.
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