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Pellet Stoves:  An insert with intricate cast iron detailing

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An insert with intricate cast iron detailing

Key Features:
  • 12,900 - 34,400 BTU/hour output heats up to 1,500 square feet of space
  • Measures 24 3/4 high x 32 5/16 wide x 13 1/16 deep
  • Burns 1.5 4 lbs. hourly of pellets or shelled corn
  • Available in either classic black, porcelain mahogany or sienna bronze baked enamel finishes
  • $3,279 and up, depending upon options
  • Pricing as of 2011.
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  • Castile Pellet Insert
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by Bill Barron, contributing editor
Quadra-Fire's Castile pellet stove fireplace insert features intricate cast iron detailing for a traditional look.

As with other Quadra-Fire pellet stoves, the Castile is self-lighting and comes with an automatic thermostat control.

A key feature of this stove is an aluminum heat exchanger which transfers heat more efficiently than stainless steel, according to its manufacturer.

The stove also features a jam-proof feed system, a 45 lb. capacity hopper that can take both wood pellets and shelled corn, and a see-through window with an 11 3/4 x 9 viewing area.

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