|Appliance Rear Width:||40″|
|Framing Width:||42 1/2″|
|Framing Height:||56 3/4″|
|Framing Front Width:||42-1/2″|
|Framing Back Width:||42-1/2″|
|Peak BTU/hr Output2:||68,200|
|Heating Capacity3:||1,000 – 2,600 sq ft|
|Maximum Burn Time4:||10|
|Firebox Capacity:||2.7 cubic feet|
|Recommended Log Length:||22″|
|Viewing Area:||37 x 31-1/8″|
1 Appliance Depth includes entire unit including depth of firebox and extension onto hearth.
2 BTU: 1st hour output uses high burn efficiency number. BTU will vary depending on the type of fuel used and moisture content of the fuel.
3 This is a general guide, see your local dealer for help in determining the product that best suits your heating needs based on climate, home efficiency, location of the heater, and air movement in the room.
4 Actual burn times will vary based on how the appliance is operated, load size, moisture content and type of wood used.
5 Weighted Average LHV (Low Heating Value) efficiency.
Heat output will vary depending on the type of fuel used. The flame and ember appearance may vary based on the type of fuel burned and the venting configuration used. Actual product appearance, including flame may differ from image shown. Refer to the owner’s manual for complete clearance requirements and specifications. Product specifications and pricing subject to change without notice. For testing and listing information please refer to the owner’s/installation manual.
*For select products: Heating capacity to be used as a guide only. See your local dealer for help in determining the product that best suits your heating needs based on climate and home efficiency.
†For wood-burning appliances: Actual burn times will vary based on how the appliance is operated, load size, moisture content and type of wood used, and installation.
Fillmore Mantel Shelf
Heat more rooms by adding heat zone kits to your fireplace.
With zone heating, you can easily reduce your energy consumption by up to 40%, and reduce your utility bill in the process. Using a Heatilator fireplace as a supplement heating source, you can turn down your central furnace or boiler system and still maintain comfortable temperatures in your common living area.