Harman pellet stoves are the epitome of technology and efficiency for this modern wood-fueled home heating appliance. Harman pellet stoves are easy to operate. They put out a lot of heat, and the pellet fuel is loaded into hoppers to provide continuous heat without needing to manually add fuel throughout the day as is necessary with log burning wood stoves. Harman designed wood pellet stoves are great for supplemental or emergency heating use. Wood pellet fuel is easy to obtain from local suppliers. It is also available in easy-to-transport 40 pound plastic bags that are easy to store. Wood pellets are also available for bulk delivery in bags for homes that use pellet burners for primary heat.
Key Technology Features of Harman Wood Pellet Stoves
Harman’s Exhaust Sensing Probe (ESP) monitors the stove to keep room temperature within a one degree variance of the thermostat setting. No more up-and-down, too hot or too cold issues that other wood stoves are prone to have. Harman technology also includes their Pellet Pro System that permits use of any grade wood pellet fuel. This eliminates the need to stick with any particular brand of wood pellet fuel, allowing owners to buy whatever pellets are the cheapest to acquire. Harman Zone Heating technology distributes stove heat to specific rooms the family regularly occupies to permit turning down the thermostat on the main furnace to save money.
Harman Pellet Stoves Are EPA Certified
Harman wood burning stoves, including the pellet burning models, are certified by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as meeting their standards for clean burning of fuel and efficiency. Harman stoves have EPA rating stickers that show levels of chimney smoke emissions, fuel burning efficiency and heat output. Stoves that do not have the EPA certification put out more particulates that pollute the air. The reduced particulate emissions and increased fuel burning efficiency help to reduce chimney emissions that can annoy stove owners and neighbors.
Harman Wood Pellet Stove BTU Output
The BTU heat output of Harman Wood Pellet Stoves ranges from 40,000 to 68,000 BTUs. This gives a square foot heating capacity from 900 to 3,900 square feet across a model line of seven wood pellet burning stoves that are available.
Harman Wood Pellet Stove Hopper Sizes
Hopper sizes to hold wood pellet fuel range from 50 to 76 pounds across the model line of available Harman wood pellet burning stoves. An added bonus is the Pellet Pro System that permits use of any grade of wood pellet and burn times of up to 24 hours on a single hopper load of wood pellets.
Harman Wood Pellet Stove Aesthetic Design
Harman pellet burners have a mix of old-world and contemporary styling. They fit in with any decor from rustic to contemporary. Trim kits are available to change the bright trim accent looks to suit traditional or modern room designs. Inlay graphics of horses or deer are available to match rustic or cabin-style room themes.
Additional Available Features
Log sets are available for those who want to see logs through the door glass. They change the shape and look of the flame for more of a fireplace type of ambiance. Hopper extensions are available to reduce the frequency of refilling of stoves with wood pellet fuel.
Harman Wood Pellet Stove Small Footprints
The Harman P68 pellet burner is 23.5 inches wide, 37.5 inches tall and 29.375 inches deep The Harman Accentra is 24.5 inches wide, 31.5 inches tall and 23.2 inches deep. The smaller width Harman P43 is 22 inches wide, 33.5 inches tall and 28.3125 inches deep. There are four other models to choose from that vary in size and BTU output, making it easy to find the perfect wood pellet burner for most any room.
Harman Wood Pellet Stoves are built to high standards, are EPA certified for emissions and efficiency, look good with any room decor, have longer burn times per hopper load of pellet fuel, are easy to maintain, and can burn any grade of wood pellet fuel due to their patented Pellet Pro System. Call the Stove Shoppe today to see how a Harman pellet burning stove can evenly warm your living areas while also providing off-grid and emergency heating capability.