WiseWay Pellet Stove is Non-Electric, EPA-Certified

| 1/16/2013 12:50:57 PM

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 WiseWay pellet stove 

WiseWay Pellet Stove is the first and only EPA-certified and UL-listed non-electric pellet stove on the market today. This pellet stove eliminates the need for electricity by using a gravity-feed natural draft to accomplish a high efficiency rating of 75 percent. It’s capable of heating up to 2,000 square feet and able to hold a fire up to 31 hours on a 40-pound bag of pellets. The stove is also mobile home approved.

WiseWay Pellet Stove has eliminated all the mechanical breakdown and expensive maintenance that has been the norm with other pellet stoves. WiseWay Pellet Stove installs with a vertical 3- or 4-inch vent; a 15-inch vent is used for optimal performance.

WiseWay Pellet Stove won't let you down in the next storm or emergency when you need a heat source you can rely on. WiseWay Pellet Stove is a perfect way to heat any dwelling, home, shop, garage, patio, mobile home, business or tent. There's even a wheel attachment for those that have the need to move it around.

The stove has a retail price of $1599 plus shipping. You can order yours today through Smokey's Stoves, 541-660-0021, or by calling 541-476-2174.

The WiseWay Pellet Stove Story

In 1999, Gary Wisner had an idea to build a pellet stove that could be used anywhere he wanted. This would require this stove to be portable and electricity-free. Wisner, an experienced machine shop foreman and welder with an eye for architecture, was determined to bring this new idea to life. He got straight to work and soon had his first prototype. After years of research and development, he had finally accomplished what he had set out for — a pellet stove that uses gravity to feed its burn chamber rather than an electric auger. This stove could be used in his shop, packed up and brought to elk camp, rolled out on the deck or heat his home. It worked so well that neighbors, friends and family were soon asking him to build them one, too.

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