Eskabe: Non-Electric, Direct-Vent Gas Stove 11,000 BTU's

US$595.00

Description

Description

Eskabe Model DVEL12:  The Eskabe direct-vent propane or natural gas heater requires NO electricity. With up to 11,000 BTU's per hour, it is designed to heat a space up to 301 Sq. Ft. This unit mounts on any outside wall for direct venting. The matchless piezo ignition makes lighting easy. The automatic shutoff and thermocouple safety valve make this unit safe in any room in your home. Includes all venting accessories. This is the perfect heater to add warmth to your smaller-size spaces. The slim, compact design of each unit allows it to tuck out of the way on any outside wall. It uses no electricity and is ideal for bedrooms or cabins.

Eskabe heaters vent through any outside wall (up to 10 inches thick). Eskabe direct-vent heaters use outside air for combustion and the burnt gases are vented outside. Eskabe Gas Heater burns efficiency is approximately 80%, so you get excellent value for your fuel dollar. Each Eskabe gas wall heater includes the vent kit, so the only thing you need to do is cut a round hole through the wall, install the vent kit, and hook up a gas line. No special insulation or fire-proofing is required for the vent kit. Eskabe Gas Wall Heater uses a dual-wall pipe that exhausts the hot gases through the center pipe while bringing in cooler outside air through the outside pipe. 

Features

Features

No electricity needed

Propane (LP)

Matchless piezo ignition

Heats up to 301 sq. ft.

Safety value shut off

Mobile Home approved

Washington State approved

Canadian approved

Includes all venting accessories

Specifications

Specifications

Fuel: Propane (LP) or Natural Gas (NG)
Heating Capacity (up to): 301 ft2 (28 m2)
BTU's: 11,000 (3.20 Kw)
Flue Diameter Size 6 3/4 inches
Minimum Wall Thickness: 4 1/2 inches
Maximum Wall Thickness: 10 inches
Width: 17 3/8 inches
Height: 20 inches
Depth: 7 5/8 inches
Weight: 35.3 lbs.
Type of Burner: Atomoshperic
Number of Burners: 1
Ignition: Piezo-electric Ignitor

Literature

Literature

Support

To top