Who made Austroflamm Integra II???

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  1. tdmaster

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    Hello All,

    I am a newbie in this Forums.

    Does anyone know who made the Austroflamm Integra II???

    Thanks...
     

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    Astroflamm is their own brand. They are out of AUstria and have been around a long time. I think they were one of the original early stove makers. They should have some sort of web site and parts available as they are still a viable company.
     
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    Thanks Driz and BrotherBart!

    I am looking for a pellet insert for the coming winter. I cannot decide which brands to get. My options are the Austroflamm Integra II, the Lopi Yankee Bay, or the Lennox Winslow Insert.

    Please advice.

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    the current company who produces the Integra II in Europe is called Rika

    website: http://www.rika.at/en/pellet_stove/

    if you go to the austrian austroflam website you will find that they don't offer a pellet stove.

    Somehow the american http://www.luckydistributing.com/Heat/index.cqs uses the name austroflamm in connection with the rika pellet stove.
    don't ask me why? I guess it used to be sold under that name before too.

    Personally, I find the Rika Pellet Stoves to be one of the most advanced products. No comparison to any american products!!!!!
    Stove is EPA approved not exempt. Has a 94% Efficiency and does not have the Victorian look from a bygone area.

    if you have the need for parts, you should get it from the importer.
     
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    thanks pelletfan.

    So should I get the austroflamm integra II? The price of the Austroflamm Integra II is about $1000 more compared to the Lopi Yankee Bay or the Lennox Winslow Insert!!!

    Btw, where did you find the information on the "94% efficiency"??
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    Like the Integra II for following reasons:
    Large Hooper 145pnds, Thermostat included - let's you control Temperature for 7days a week, twice a day. Definitely the looks of it too - which is personal. Efficiency 94% take a look at http://www.rika.at/en/2084/
    EPA certified not exempt, one never knows what the crazies out there will do with global warming.
    Price is more, but I also get a more refined product. Will not have to raise the sound of my TV when Stove runs on a high setting. Fans run on ball bearings. Dealer did a presentation with actual burn and I was sold on it. There are a couple of other issues too, which speak for the Integra II.
     
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