Pendleton Wood Buring Stove
Small in size yet big on heat, the Pendleton is ideal for a single room or smaller home. The Pend- leton combines radiant and convective technologies into one compact design offering maximum heat output. Like the larger Avalon stoves, the Pendleton features a single air control to adjust heat output and simplifies stove operation. Several leg styles or an optional pedestal base are available. The Pendleton features a 90 ̊ or a 45 ̊ flue for a wide variety of installation options, including mobile homes, and as a hearth stove in front of a fireplace.
Rainier Wood Burning Stove
With its unique heat transfer system and elegant design, the Rainier towers above other stoves in its class. Featuring both radiant surfaces and a convective heat exchanger, the Rainier can heat up to an 1,800 sq. ft. home. The Rainier’s large firebox can handle logs up to 20″ long, great for overnight burns, yet still one of the most efficient medium-size stoves ever tested. The Rainier is also remarkably easy to operate and maintain. A single air control adjusts heat output, and the optional pedestal base features a huge ashpan to minimize ash removal between burns.
Olympic Wood Burning Stove
The beauty and grace of the Olympic stove is matched only by its remarkable efficiency. At just 2.6 grams of emissions per hour, the Olympic is one of the cleanest-burning large wood stoves ever approved by the EPA. Its large firebox can handle logs up to 24″ long, providing up to 12 hours of continuous burn time. It also features a single control to adjust heat output and a by-pass damper to prevent smoke puff-backs while starting and reloading. In addition to several leg styles, an optional pedestal base with or without an extra-large ashpan is available. And for maximum convenience, the Olympic features a spacious cook top surface.