Elmira Stove Works offers distinctive, superior quality appliances with its innovative line of Fireview cookstoves. The Fireview is the only wood‐burning cookstove to offer a full complement of features, including its trademark Fireview viewing door, high‐efficiency burn with secondary air, glass‐wash, antique or country styling and optional propane side burners.
“We at Elmira have great confidence in the future of renewable energy, and we think this is an excellent time for us to introduce our Fireview cookstoves to a growing market of consumers,” says Brian Hendrick, vice president of Elmira Stove Works. “We tend to think of modern appliances as having all of the great multi‐tasking features, but it is difficult to beat a traditional wood‐burning cookstove for a unique design aesthetic, versatility and great flavor!”
Elmira offers the Fireview in three models, including a 36 inch wood‐burning Model 1840, 48 inch Model 1842‐0 with a second warmer on the right and a work surface above, and 48 inch Model 1842‐G with second warmer and two 11,000 BTU propane burners on the right side.
Intended primarily for the cottage, camp and second home market, the Fireview also serves as a highly functional main stove for environmentally conscious customers moving “off‐grid” or wishing to reduce their dependence on mainstream utilities. Even the electronic igniters for the propane burners run off a single nine volt battery with no need for hard wiring. The propane burners can be fueled by a barbecue tank piped into the room from behind the stove. With the environment in mind, the one appliance can serve as a high‐output room heater, a cooking appliance, a recreational fire‐viewing stove and a source of hot water. The Fireview has an optional hot water “jacket” that will produce up to twelve gallons of hot water per hour.
The Fireview door, originally included for aesthetic reasons, also allows the owner to easily monitor the fire without opening the door or losing heat. A unique “glass wash” system helps to keep soot and smoke off of the glass. A large 1.5 cubic foot firebox, combined with the efficiency of the stove, can produce 30,000 to 60,000 BTU’s of heat, enough to heat 800 to 1,800 square feet of space.
High efficiency technology reduces wood consumption by up to 30 percent from traditional cookstoves, reducing fuel consumption, wood splitting and loading and letting users easily achieve an “overnight burn.” Additionally, the Fireview’s three cubic feet oven is one of the largest on the market.
For more information on Elmira’s Fireview cookstoves or Antique appliance line, visit www.elmirastoveworks.com or call 800.295.8498.
About Elmira Stove Works: Elmira Stove Works has been manufacturing vintage‐styled ranges since 1975, and offers full lines of “circa‐1850” and retro 1950s appliances, including ranges, refrigerators, microwaves, wall ovens, range hoods and wood‐burning cookstoves. Elmira appliances are sold through dealers across North America. Elmira Stove Works is a privately owned company based in Elmira, Ontario, Canada.
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