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  • E850
    Wraps Your Home In Warmth
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    Wraps Your Home In Warmth
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Foster House, 2 Redditch Road, Studley, B80 7AX, UK
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ECCO STOVE E580

Specifications

Fuel Types Wood logs or Smokeless fuel
Tested on Wood logs
Standard tested to EN13240
OMNI tested UL 1482-10 & ULC 5627
Height 28 3/4"
Width 22 3/4"
Depth 19 3/4"
Weight 595lbs
Flue outlet diameter 6”
Flue center from rear 5/8"
Output at EN13240 6.6kw
Log length up to 14 1/2"
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With an output of 21,500 BTU the Ecco Stove E580 gently warms the area of a 2-bed house rather than just the room within which it stands; delivering heat to 1,500ft² or so of household. The heat delivered won’t overheat the room provided all internal house doors are left open but gently warm the house throughout.

Weighing some 595lbs the E580 has 2 or 3 times more mass and weight than another comparably sized stove.

Delivering usable heat for up to 5 to 6 hours after the fire has gone out.


E580 features:

  • Slowly releases heat 5-6 hours after combustion.
  • High quality solid mineral throughout (Silicon Carbide).
  • Efficiency tested USA and Canada (EU efficiency).
  • Air wash clear glass.
  • Tested on wood logs and will burn all solid fuels.
  • 10 year warranty.
  • Extensive range of heat resistant colors available or natural sparkling granite like finish.

 


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According to the gauge on our propane tank, we’ve used next to nothing since we started running the E850 Ecco Stove about 7 days ago!

Our range of temperature within the house is between 68 and 72 degrees F. We generally only fuel the Ecco Stove mornings and evenings. I’m confident that if the grid went down, our household heating wouldn’t be affected.

Terry - Wisconsin, USA