Largest Pellet Stoves On the Market?

Drew1024 Posted By Drew1024, Feb 10, 2008 at 2:13 PM

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  1. Drew1024

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    Anyone know other large pellet stoves besides harman p68 and quad mt vernon ae?
     
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    what do you mean by large
    size of the stove or BTU

    Enviro makes 2 large stove
    MAXX 70KBTU 3 bag hopper
    Omega 60KBTU 3 bag hopper

    Avalon has a 45K btu with a 2.5 bag hopper


    Breckwell well has the BIG E

    Danson Group has there big pile of crap in the glowboy cheep charie what ever they are calling them now

    There lots of them
     
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    For a freestanding stove, I believe the winner is the Bixby UBB, which has a claimed 70K BTU output, 300lb hopper extension and the ability to be hooked to a hot air duct system. Next up is the Harman P68 at 68K BTU's, the Quad Mt. Vernon at 60K.
     
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    I have had in my own home and have sold and installed a lot 1000+ of pellet stoves in the past 19 years
    The omega is by far the easyest and best LARG pellet stove I have seen or used.
    you just have to get over the draw backs
    price.
    Modern looking
    Large size.
    I little bit more Mechanical noise but not constant
    UPDATE my store unit happens to be the quitest stove in my showroom .
    http://www.hearth.com/econtent/index.php/forums/viewreply/140927/
    http://www.hearth.com/econtent/index.php/forums/viewthread/13351/#147693

    Stay way from the MAXX
    for a few extra dollars get the omega
     
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    Why stay away from the maxx???
     
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    I did not mean to sound so harsh.

    For a little bit more money the Omega is a much more advanced stove with the larger self cleaning burn pot
    it is like ordering a new truck for pulling your travel tailer (or some people their home) .
    I would pay a a little more to get the V8 with the towing package.
     
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    Will the self cleaning pot ever make it to the Milan?? or make it to it soon?
     
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    NO
    NOT ENOUGH ROOM IN THE BURN AREA for the large pot and agitator OR IN THE STOVE FOR ALL THE EXTRA MECHANICAL STUFF
     
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    Thank you. are next pellet stove will be the Milan. enviro seems to have a nice stove.
     
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    GAWD!!! 70K btu!!!??? thats 9 count em 9 pounds an hour!!!!! if not more. it'd have to have a burn pot the size of a trash can to burn that much fuel.
     
  12. Czech

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    He may need Hogz plutonium pellets for that one, not sure if H is still selling them. I've been burning my Hogz pellet since last year, its tough in the summer months.....
     
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