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Off The Grid Heat

Key Features:
  • Measures 34" high x 32" wide x 21" deep.
  • Requires 6" black stove pipe.
  • Rated at 150,000 BTUs.
  • Cast-iron grate moves on rollers, for easier cleaning.
  • $1,260
  • Pricing as of 2011.
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  • Sentry Coal Stove, VG810CL
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by Rosemary Thornton, contributing editor
Stay warm and toasty "off the grid" with this high-efficiency coal stove.

A single load of bituminous coal (about 75 pounds) provides heat for up to nine hours, creating 150,000 BTUs per hour. Put simply, it'll heat about 2,000 square feet.

The cabinet's top is designed to accomodate a couple of saucepans or tea kettles. Combustion is controlled by a bi-metallic thermostat (for more even burning) and the steel firebox is lined witth firebrick.

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