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Pellet Fireplaces:  Multi-fuel, Easy Operator

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Multi-fuel, Easy Operator

Key Features:
  • Measures 26 wide x 37-1/2 tall x 29 deep, rear vent.
  • Heat output: 14,460 to 52,460 BTUs per hour.
  • Heats up to 3,060 square feet.
  • Can use a variety of biomass fuels.
  • Starts at $5,298
  • Pricing as of 2011.
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  • Edge 60 Fireplace
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by Bill Barron, contributing editor
Modern in appearance and operation, the cast iron, zero-clearance Edge 60 fireplace can burn pellets of wood or wheat, sunflower seeds, or shelled corn. It's shown here in Tuscan Bar, one of the four front styles and colors available.

The 7-day programmable thermostat adjusts for different fuel types and lets you know when the 120-pound capacity, front-loading hopper is getting low. Burn time at the low setting is 70 hours. The fireplace is auto-lighting. With an optional battery backup installed, it can automatically switch to 12-volt power in case electricity goes out.

Even cleanup is streamlined: ashes from the burn pot drop directly into a removable pan.

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