Harman P68 Pellet Stove
With more than 20 years experience in pellet stove manufacturing, Harman takes pride in its pellet stoves, which are known to be the smartest with the highest output and widest heating range, needing only minimal maintenance.
Packing a maximum of 68,000 BTUs per hour, the Harman P68 Pellet Stove can warm an area of up to 2,200 square feet with optimal efficiency, certainly a feat for a stove with a medium-size body. Just like most Harman pellet stoves of the P-Series, heating is controlled not by a separate thermostat but by a microprocessor with tiny thermistor probes that act as sensors for room and fire temperatures. From information it receives, the microprocessor regulates the feed rate to maintain a remarkably consistent predetermined temperature. It can also program a low burn rate to save on fuel.
The Harman P68 has a regular hopper capacity of 76 pounds of pellets, but it can be fitted with an extension that can accommodate up to a maximum of 136 pounds. Its patented feeder and burn pot can burn all grades of pellet fuel including bio-mass fuels like corn and grains.
Start up is made easy and convenient by its exclusive ignition system. A specially designed heating element located at the bottom of the burn pot heats air that automatically ignites the pellets as they are fed into the burn pot. Its accordion heat exchanger makes heat transfer and distribution faster and more efficient. Ash disposal is less frequent because its large ash pan can accommodate the ashes of approximately one ton of pellets.
Aside from being smart, the Harman P68 is a handsome adornment in any type of room. When the fire is not burning the glass window is mirrored reflecting the room, but once the pellets start to burn, the mirror fades and in its place appear the dancing flames. Laser-cut plated leaf accents embellish the door frame while a decorative plated frame and gray slate enhance the wide ash door.