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Thelin Parlour Pellet

The Parlour 3000 Pellet Stove is the most unique heater available in the market. Having a Traditional Pot-Belly Style while incorporating advanced DC Drive Technology, Battery Back Up Heat, Ultra Low EPA Emissions, and low operating costs are just a few of the benefits.

The Parlour 3000 Pellet Stove is the most unique heater available in the market. Traditional Pot-Belly Style is the company hallmark while incorporating advanced Technologies. With 25 years and thousands of units operating the Parlour Pellet has benefitted from continuous design improvements. The original DC Drive-Battery Back Up stove provides a high 40,000 btu burn rate and lower overall operating costs. The Parlour Pellet is equipped with 12 volt battery backup circuitry including battery trickle charge capability. When your power goes out, you can rest assured that the Parlour will keep going. Environmentally conscience with a Ultra Low EPA emissions output of only .43 grams per hour the Parlour takes first place. With convenience, durability and vintage styling in mind, this unique stove will add a touch of elegance to your home.

Parlour 3000 Pellet Stove features

  • Your choice of six porcelain enamel colors, or charcoal or black matte finishes
  • Push-button controls
  • Cast-iron fire pot
  • Automatic fuel feed
  • Automatic electronic ignition
  • 12 volt battery backup system with trickle charge
  • Ultra Low EPA Emissions

Options

  • 24K gold plated trim package
  • Nickel plated trim package
  • Wall-mounted thermostat
  • Remote thermostat
  • Battery back-up cable

Dimensions

Height: 43?
Weight: 180 lbs
Diameter: 20?
Door opening: 9.5? x 14?
Exhaust vent: 3?
Exhaust O.C. from floor: 12.25?
Footprint: 20? square

Performance

Feed Rate (high): 5 lbs/hr (40,000 BTU)
Feed Rate (low): 1.33 lbs/hr (approx.)
Combustion Efficiency: 94%
Efficiency: 72.19%
EPA Emission Rated: .429 Grams/Hr.
Power consumption: 27 watts

Clearance

Back Wall: 5?
Side Wall: 5?
Front Hearth: 6?