corn pellet stoves: Cumberland Stove Works
Cumberland Stove works model MF3800
Cumberland Stove Works, which originated in Cumberland, Wisconsin, began producing multi-fuel pellet stoves in 2005. Its sole currrent model is the MF3800.
Cumberland Stove Works
1690 Elm St
BTU conversion rate: 99%
Overall efficiency: 82%
BTU/hour input: 45,000 BTU/hr
Heating capacity: 2,200 sq ft
Fuel storage capacity: 62 lbs
Feed rate: 4.8 lb/hr maximum
Flue size: 3 in
Width: 22 in
Height: 40 in
Depth: 22 in
Shipping weight: 287 lb
Unattended electric ignition allows the stove to be completely thermostatically controlled.
Thermostat signals the stove to fully modulate heat which burns less fuel to maintain temperature settings.
Air filter prevents dust from circulating into the home, extends life of the stove and increases fan effctiveness.
Gravity seal ash pan removes the need for latches or moving parts and is easy to open.
One hopper full of fuel burns for up to 36 hours.
Vacuum switch insures that doors are sealed before stove can operate.