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Kuma Stoves - oil and wood burning stoves

Handcrafted in a small family owned shop in the heart of Idaho state. Kuma stoves represent the cutting edge of technology and design. Kuma makes wood burning stoves, natural draft oil stoves, and now bio-diesel stoves.

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The wood stoves are available in several models. These highly efficient Kuma stoves produce a combination of radiant and convection heat that warms your entire environment. The walls, floors and contents warm up to provide a cozy home. The Sequoia model is available as the freestanding stove or the fireplace insert. The freestanding Sequoia is a large full convection heater that uses clean-burn technology and with 65,000 BTU's is capable of heating homes above 3500 sq ft. It will take up to 24 inch logs and features a long burn time. The Sequoia insert makes any masonry fireplace into a beautiful and efficient heater, with full convection allowing no heat loss into the chimney. The insert does not require relining of the chimney.

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Kuma oil stoves deliver enough heat for a 3000 sq. ft. home. With burn rates as low as 1/16 gallon of oil per hour, these stoves can be very efficient for smaller homes. Super clean blue flame vaporizes the fuel. The stoves will burn soot free, smoke free, smell free and provide an even, steady heat for your home. All Kuma oil stoves are bio-diesel compatible. The Arctic model is the newest addition to the Kuma Oil Stove line. Small and light in design, but big on heat and efficiency, the Artic is Kuma's most efficient oil stove at over 82 percent of burning efficiency. Outside air equipped, glass door and premium quality burn components.

Posted in Wood Burning Stoves & Heaters at June 14, 2007 11:52 AM

 
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