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La Nordica "Italy Magnolia" Wood Burning Cooking Stove, 27K BTUs

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La Nordica "Italy" Magnolia Wood Cooking Stove.

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"La Nordica" Italy Wood Burning Cooking Stove

"La Nordica" is probably the best known producer of wood kitchen stoves in the world. Manufactured in northern Italy these range cookers feature superb design, durability, attention to details, safety, and quality.

The primary function of these appliances is indoor cooking however they also provide a significant source of secondary heat for your home. Keeping in mind that all wood heating stoves are space heaters this stove is capable of heating an open concept area of approx. 25x30 with 10`ceiling. Nevertheless the stove should not be relied upon as a primary source of heat.

However it can totally be relied on as primary source for cooking!

This particular model is called "Italy" and is available in 2 colors: silver and magnolia. The fire chamber is located on the left and provides heat for both the baking oven on the right and the cooking top above. Features include:

External covering in vitrified cast-iron

Hearth in cast-iron and ironker with post combustion system

Cast iron fire grate

Double glass fire door

Panoramic enameled oven

Frame, plate and rings in cast-iron

Wood drawer

 Dimensions : 34.6"x33.8"x26"
 Net weight : 440 lb
 Hearth opening size : 8.9"x8.2"
 Hearth size : 10.9"x12"x18.11"
 Oven size : 12"x16.5"x17"
 Chimney diameter : 15 cm (5.9")
 Hearth material: Cast Iron
 Heatable area: 8080 ft3
 Nominal thermal power : 27000 BTU
 Adjustable primary air
 Adjustable secondary air
 Pre-adjusted tertiary air
 Efficiency : 77,8 %
 Hourly wood consumption : 5 lb/h
Venting and Safety

As any wood fired cooking appliance the stove is EPA-exempt, it does not require EPA emission certification. Installation is the same as for a heating wood (solid fuel) stove. The stove is currently not UL-listed. Since the oven is not UL approved manufacturer suggested installation is irrelevant, it needs to follow the local building code, which is usually based on NFPA211. It describes necessary clearances, etc. If you wish please email us for a link to this doc. Please consult your local building authorities regarding what exactly is required.

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Pick Up Available for delivery in Sept-Oct
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