Napoleon 1400 Medium Wood Stove with Legs Includes: Rear Shield With Hot Air Circulation Deflector
Must order door and legs separately.
Wood Burning Stove Excellence
No other hearth manufacturer in North America has perfected wood burning technology to the level that Napoleon® has.
Years of research, strict quality testing and patented wood burning technology have surpassed critical standards, providing you with the cleanest, most efficient wood burning products. Napoleon's patented wood burning technology exceeds EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) standards substantially making a difference in keeping our environment clean.
The Napoleon 1400™ medium wood stove with legs provides lots of reliable, cozy heat that can easily be adjusted by the single lever burn control. Napoleon’s air wash technology combined with high temperatures keep the viewing glass clean so you can always enjoy the beautiful wood burning flames. With decorative accessories available you can customize your stove to complement your own personal style.
Additional Product Features
- Elegant arched cast iron door
- Napoleon’s advanced EPA wood burning technology gives you more heat with less fuel
- Emissions as low as 3.5 grams per hour and 69.8% overall maximum heating efficiency
- The easy operation of a single lever burn control regulates primary and secondary air establishing a perfect mixture and providing a clean burn
- Economical 6″ flue assures you of efficiency and cost saving installations
- Fully lined refractory firebox acts as a kiln, concentrating the maximum amount of heat to efficiently heat your home
- Non-catalytic high tech design eliminates the need for a delicate ceramic catalytic combustor which can deteriorate over time
- Airwash in combination with high temperatures keeps the viewing glass clean
IS YOUR FIREWOOD SEASONED – a simple test
Add one large piece of wood to the top of an established fire. If it starts to burn on all three sides within one minute, it is dry and seasoned and right for burning. If it turns black and starts to burn in three minutes, it is damp. If it turns black and does not start burning until after five minutes, it is green and wet. If it hisses at any time, the wood is soaked and will not burn until excess moisture is boiled away.