The Bosca Spirit Pellet Stove
The Bosca Spirit 500 pellet stove was the first pellet stove produced by Bosca and was exhibited for the first time at the Hearth Patio and Barbecue Association Expo at Reno in 2007.
The Bosca Spirit has an elegant appearance with a curved front, rounded sides and modern 'european' styling. It is capable of heating an area of from 1,500 to 1,800 square feet. This stove produces 40,000 btu.'s per hour and has a hopper capacity of 65 lbs. giving a maximum burn time of eighty six hours.
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1,500 to 1,800 sq. ft.
Max. Heat Output
Min. Heat Output
Premium grade wood pellets
Glass Air Wash
Built in Blower
Convection Blower Capacity
Varies according to feed rate, has a high volume over-ride switch. 160 cfm.
Yes, not included
Height 36.5 in.
Width 23.2 in.
Depth 25.6 in.
10in. by 10 in.
Flue Vent Size
3 or 4 in.
Rear Vent Height
No, See Stove Sentry
Surge Protector Recommended
Exhaust Temperature Sensor
Low Draft Shutdown
Automatic Shutdown and Re-ignition
Seven years for all Pellet Stoves, and limited labor for the first 2 years to the original purchaser. This warranty covers: firebox, heat exchanger, burn pot, firebox panels, ceramic glass, panels and door assembly.
Three years: burn pot liner against defects in material and workmanship for part, repair or replacements.
Two years: all electrical components such us blowers, auger motors, igniters, wiring vacuum switches, speed controls, control boxes and thermodiscs switches.
One year: all exterior surface finishes against defects in material and workmanship, for part repair or replacements and limited for the first year to the original purchaser.
Decorative refractive brick firebox
Stainless steel side panels
Feed rate and damper settings affect each other and must be adjusted manually to suit the quality of pellets and the output required.
Occasional stirring of the hopper may be necessary to stop pellets 'hanging' on the sides or bridging the feed opening
Daily: Stir the burn pot, look for clogged air holes and wipe the glass.
Every two or three days: Clean the heat exchanger
Weekly: Empty the burn pot, clean the glass. Brush ash from the combustion chamber.
Yearly, or for every ton of pellets burned: Empty the ashes, vacuum the interior exhaust chambers, clean the blades of the combustion and convection fans, clean the venting, check for air leaks around the gaskets.
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