Sierra Flame Lynwood W-76 Wood Burning Stove with Cast Iron Door, Black Colour Finish
- 2020 EPA Compliant
- 78% Maximum Efficency
- 13,784 to 57,674 BTU/hr
- Heats up 2000 ft²
- Maximum Log size – 21″
- Massive glass for fire viewing
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Mandatory to complete the unit: Reduce Clearance Heat Shield
||Solid Fuel Room Heater
|Type of Combustion
||Dry Cordwood (15% moisture)
||6” (150 mm) Back to top connector
|Recommended Heating Area
||450 to 2,000 ft.2 (42 to 185 m2)
|Nominal Firebox Volume
||1.55 ft.3 (0.044 m3)
|Maximum Burn Time 1
|Maximum Heat Output (dry cordwood) 2
||57,700 BTU/h (16.91 kW)
|Overall Heat Output Rate (min. to max.) 2 3
||13,784 BTU/h to 57,684 BTU/h
(4.04 kW to 16.91 kW)
|Average Overall Efficiency 3
||71% (HHV) 4 76% (LHV) 5
|Optimum Efficiency 5
|Average Particulate Emissions Rate 7
|| 1.81 g/h (EPA/CSA B415.1-10)
1 Maximum Burn Time will vary depending on design of home, climate, wood type and operation.
2 Heat Out Range results are determined during specific emissions test established by the EPA.
3 As measured per CSA B415. 1-10 stack loss method. The Maximum Heat Output value is representative of a morefrequent re-fueling cycle than specified.
4 Higher Heating Value of the fuel is obtained per CSA B415. 1-10 test method.
5 Lower Heating Value of the fuel is obtained per CSA B415. 1-10 test method.
6 Optimum overall efficiency at a specific burn rate (LHV).
7This appliance is officially tested and certified by an independent agency. Particulate Emissions rate is obtained using EPA Test Method.
8 Carbon Monoxide Emissions rate results from Test Method CSA B415. 1-10