Tired of lugging cord-wood or pellets? Gas is the answer
Gas stove are gaining in popularity as consumers are looking for a cleaner, easier method to have a beautiful fire and and keep warm. These high efficiency units can heat 850 sq. ft. and up to 2000 sq. ft. up to 40,000 BTU’s with a turn down ratio of 70% and all controlled from your easy chair with a multi function remote. Most units can be vented straight out the wall, no need to go through the roof.
Northfield™ (Small Bay Window Cast Iron Stove)
The Northfield™ cast iron gas stove is a true work of art. It’s classical Early American design and three-side bay window fireview more resembles a piece of fine furniture than a gas stove. And despite its size, the Northfield™ boasts an incredibly large 283 square inches of ceramic glass – which highlights the realistic wood-like fire from any angle in the room.
The Northfield™ shown in Oxford Brown Enamel Finish Top or Rear Vent option • Award winning Ember-Fyre® Burner features realistic logs, glowing embers and the most wood-like fire of any gas stove. • Standard GreenSmart™ Remote system with automatic heat/ flame adjustment with a huge high-to-low flame turndown ratio – up to 70%.
• Comfort Control™ that allows you to turn off the rear burner for less heat to provide for year-round enjoyment of the fire. • Built-in battery backup allows continued operation of your gas stove during power outages. Automatically switches back to AC when the power comes back on. Heats 850 sq. ft.
BERKSHIRE™ (Medium Bay Window Cast Iron Stove)
Think of the Berkshire™ as a functional work of art. Its classic balance, three-side bay window fireview and symmetry resembles a piece of fine furniture. This solidly built stove features decorative cast iron on the outside with a heavy-gauge unibody steel firebox for added durability on the inside. Design details include a large glass area, and delicate cast iron moldings that are typical of early American architectural style.
Built-in battery backup allows continued operation of your gas stove during power outages. Automatically switches back to AC when the power comes back on. •
Choice of pilot ignition modes – Choose GreenSmart™ Pilot • setting to save money or Continuous Pilot during winter • months where a heated chimney is needed to maintain the • draft to ensure proper operation. •
The Accent Light adds a glowing light up the interior of • the firebox and can be used even when the fire is off.
Greenfield™ (Large Bay Window Cast Iron Stove)
The Greenfield™ cast iron gas stove is a true revolution in stove design. Combining clean lines, graceful proportions and traditional cast appeal, this wide, bay window stove can be considered a freestanding fireplace!
The number one feature on the Greenfield™ is the incredibly large 522 square inches of ceramic glass. The open, three-side glass design allows you to view the incredibly realistic log set and dancing-flames from any angle in the room.
Maximum BTU Input per Hour 40,000 (NG & LP)
Minimum BTU Input per Hour 11,900 (NG) 7,400 (LP) Efficiency 70.55% NG – 71.93% LP Weight 310 Lbs (140 Kg) Steady State Efficiency (High) Up to 79.3% (NG)
Up to 80.37% (LP)
• Comfort Control™ that allows you to turn off the rear burner for less heat and provides year-round enjoyment of the fire. • Built-in battery backup allows continued operation of your gas stove during power outages. Automatically switches back to AC when the power comes back on.
Stove Finishes Lopi gas stoves come in your choice of three finishes:
NEW IRON – A soft charcoal paint that echoes the richness of cast iron and helps to highlight the beautiful cast details.
HAND-RUBBED BRONZE PATINA – An exclusive hand-rubbed process drives the rich textures and colors into the metal, creating high temperature finishes with a timeless look. The Bronze Patina features layers of warmth and depth added to their color with subtle highlights around the edges, giving each stove its own unique look with classic American style.
OXFORD BROWN ENAMEL – This beautiful translucent brown enamel undergoes a 2-step process: First the stove gets a cream colored glass coat, followed up by a rich brown glass coat. During the firing process, the brown enamel pulls away from the edges of the stove to expose the subtle undercoat shining through.