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ECCO STOVE E850

Specifications

Fuel types Wood logs or smokeless fuel
Tested on Wood logs
Standard tested to EN13240 EN15250
OMNI tested
UL 1482-10 & ULC 5627
PM Emissions2.1 grams per hour
Height 44”
Width33 1/2"
Depth 21 1/4"
Weight 1752lbs
Flue outlet diameter 6”
Flue center from stoves rear1/2"
Output at EN13240 38,000 BTU's
Thermal output 134mj
Stored heat 25% up to 7 hours
Rooms heatedup to 14-15
Area heatedup to 3000ft²
Log length Up to 19”
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Telephone0044 527 857814

The largest model in the Ecco Stove range with high heat retention and heat distribution properties. The curved front design makes it suitable for the more modern or traditional living space.

The E850 is one of the only products on the market to have passed both EN13240 (efficiency) and EN15250 (heat retention) certification in Europe. (See case study).

Masonry heaters are traditionally heavier than normal wood burning stoves due to the considerable advantages of thermal mass.


Ecco Stove ® E850 features:


  • Retains 7 hours of usable heat after the fire has gone out.
  • High quality solid mineral throughout (Silicon Carbide) for gentle and even heat distribution.
  • Efficiency tested USA and Canada (EU efficiency).
  • UL1482-10 certified
  • Method 28A Exemption tested
  • USA/CAN B415:1
  • Washington-Colorado EPA Parallel
  • Air wash clear glass..
  • 10 year warranty.
  • Extensive range of heat resistant colors available or natural sparkling granite like finish.

 


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The Ecco Stove is very easy to use. Lighting it in the morning takes 5 mins or less, and within minutes it’s giving out comforting warmth. The temperature downstairs is usually between 62-66 degrees F in the morning, even though the stove will have been burned down around midnight.

We’ve made a huge reduction on our oil heating bill, as we only use that now for an hour or so to boost the temperature first thing in the morning or sometimes, just before we go to bed.

Adrian R