Napoleon 1150M Gourmet Cook Wood Stove
This unique, functional, EPA certified wood stove produces lots of warm, comfortable heat with the added benefit of a reliable cook top surface. Napoleon's Wood Gourmet™ cook stove comes complete with an oversized, cast iron cook top surface featuring an Easy Slide™ design with removable flush hot plates for faster cooking. The functional ?Pot Fender" keeps cookware safely on the surface. A convenient, removable ash pan allows for easy, clean disposal of ashes. With up to 55,000 BTU?s, high burn output, large firebox capacity and the reliability of having a combined heating and cooking source without the need for electricity, makes this stove a valuable addition to your home, cottage or both!
• A unique cook stove designed with patented Napoleon EPA wood burning technology
• Solid cast iron cook top surface
• Removable hot plate and lifter with stainless steel gasket to mark "Hot Zones"
• Flush top design ensures "easy slide" pan movement without having to lift
• Pot fenders keep the cookware safely on the surface of the stove
• Easy access ash pan with oversized brushed stainless steel handle
• Convenient wood storage compartment built right in the pedestal base
• Refractory lined firebox
• President's Limited Lifetime Warranty
Width x Height x Depth (inches not including pot fenders) 29 3/8" x 36 1/2" x 23 3/16"
Firebox Chamber (W.H.D.) (inches) 18" x 12"x 13 1/2"
Firebox Capacity 1.7 cu. ft.
Weight with out bricks 280 lb.
Weight of bricks 110 lb.
Approximate Area Heated* sq. ft. 600 - 1,500
Heat Output BTU/h (high burn)*** 55,000 BTU
Burn Time (low fire)* 7 hours
Catalytic combustor no
Mobile home approved no
R-2000 approved (Canada) yes
Max. log size 18"
Outside combustion air yes
Flue center line to rear 6 3/4"
Flue center line to side 14 11/16"
*Figures may vary with individual conditions. Please consult your specialty dealer
**EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) rated BTU/HR with softwood test fuel (for emissions testing only) - no refueling
***Wolf Steel Ltd. own test results showing realistic BTU using hardwood logs with regular refueling. Heat output will differ depending on chimney draft as well as type, moisture content and size of wood.