The Enviro EF2 pellet stove was one of the first designs by Enviro, first produced in 1991, this unit is good value and has stood the test of time.This stove is simple and easy to maintain. It has a long burn time on the low heat setting.
Standard features are gold louvres, and a brick effect firebox liner.
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Heating Area 1,500 sq.ft.
Max. Heat Output 34,000btu.
Automatic Ignition EF2i only
Manual Ignition If needed
Hopper Capacity 55lbs.
Burn time 50hrs.
Fuel Type Standard or premium grade wood pellets
Glass Air Wash No
Built in Blower Yes
Convection Blower Capacity 160cfm.
Thermostat Compatible No
E.P.A. Approved Yes
Height 30.5 in.
Width 22 in.
Depth 24 in.
Window Size 12 in. by 8 in.
Flue Vent Size 3 in.
Top Vent No
Rear Vent Yes
Rear Vent Height 16.4 in.
Exhaust Temperature Sensor Yes
Low Draft Shutdown No
Construction Type Fabricated steel
Automatic Shutdown and Re-ignition No
Limited Lifetime Original purchaser. Covers the body of the insert or stove against material or workmanship defects for parts repair or replacement for seven years, labour for two years. Firebox, Heat Exchanger, Burn Pot, Firebox Panels, Ceramic Glass, Pedestals, Panels, Legs, Log Sets and Door Assembly.
Limited Three Year Warranty: Burn pot liner.
Limited Two Year Warranty: Ignitor, Auger Motor, Circuit Board, Timers, Temperature Sensors, Blowers, Vacuum Switch and Wire Harness.
Limited One Year Warranty: Exterior surface finishes against defects in materials and workmanship.
Nickel or Gold door cover
Nickel or Gold Trivet
The EF2i now has automatic ignition, but the EF2 still has to have a fire set manually.
Every Two Three Days:
Inspect burn pot, clean the burn pot liner, clean out air holes.
Check the door latch, making sure it closes securely.
Clean the window glass as needed.
Inside the firebox, ash may be removed from behind the steel plates by rotating the circular cover to allow vacuuming behind the plates.
Empty the ash pan.
Operate the heat exchanger cleaning rod.
Check the door gaskets, re-glue if necessary.
Twice a Year
Make sure that the fresh air intake is clear.
Check and clean fly ash from the stove's exhaust passageways.
Remove the firebox backing and clean the back of the stove.
Check and clean the exhaust flue every year or after burning two tons of pellets. Vacuum dust from the blowers and lubricate the convection blower.
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