Seraph Genesis 108 Multi-Fuel Stove

The Seraph Genesis 108 multi-fuel corn and pellet stove is a pedestal type stove with a cast iron door/viewing window incorporating a sunrise pattern.

This stove is capable of heating 2,500 square feet, with a maximum output of 60,000 btu. per hour.

The solid state controller is programmable for any type of biomass fuel that can be fed through the stove.

This is a very advanced controller which gives a read-out of the fire temperature and the exhaust temperature enabling fine control of the stove's combustion efficiency.

As well as this, the display is in text, so you don't have to go to the manual to find out what a combination of flashing lights mean.

Another function of the controller on the Genesis 108 is to display when routine maintenance should be carried out. The controller also has a child safety lock.

If you are unsure of the meanings of the terms in the pellet stove review below,or their implications, please go to the Pellet Stove Reviews page for an explanation.

Seraph Genesis 108

Heating Area 2500 sq. ft.

Max. Heat Output 60,000 btu.

Min. Heat Output 10,000 btu.

Automatic Ignition No

Manual Ignition Yes

Hopper Capacity 100 lbs.

Burn time 53 hrs. on low heat setting

Fuel Type Wood Pellets, Corn, Distillers grain Pellets, Walnut Shell Pellets, Paper Pellets, Grass Pellets, Corn Stover Pellets, Cherry Pits, Soybeans, Peanut Shell Pellets And Many More

Glass Air Wash Yes

Built in Blower Yes

Convection Blower Capacity

Thermostat Compatible Yes, see comments below

E.P.A. Approved Yes

Emissions 2.1 gm./hr.

Efficiency 83.2%


Height 36.9 ins.
Width 31 ins.
Depth 28 ins.


Window Size 13.25 ins. by 8 ins

Flue Vent Size 3 in.

Top Vent No

Rear Vent Yes

Rear Vent Height 16 ins.

Battery Backup Yes, available as an option from Seraph Industries

Surge Protector Recommended

Colours Black, silver or copper

Exhaust Temperature Sensor Yes

Low Draft Shutdown Yes

Construction Type Fabricated steel with cast iron door.

Automatic Shutdown and Re-ignition No, the stove must be lit manually


Original purchaser only
Lifetime for ceramic glass against heat breakage
Five years for steel components
One year for firepot, cluster buster and electrical components


Hot water system
Black, copper or silver powder coating
Battery backup power


Because the stove must be lit manually, it won't cycle on and off with a thermostat but will drop to the minimum burn when heat is not demanded.


Daily, or as needed: Remove any clinkers. Brush ash into the ash pans and empty as needed.
Twice weekly, or as needed: Clean the heat exchanger. Weekly: Inspect the hopper for a build up of fines, clean if required.
Monthly: Clean out the firebox and venting ports.
Yearly: Empty and clean the hopper. Clean the stove thoroughly. Coat the firebox with a corrosion inhibitor.


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