Harman XXV Pellet Stove
To mark its 25th anniversary of building stoves, Harman designed and created a state-of-the-art pellet stove that is considered one of their finest creations and they aptly named it Harman XXV. It truly symbolizes all that Harman represents: beauty, functionality, and quality.
The Harman XXV has a remarkably accurate temperature control mechanism built right in that makes a thermostat seem obsolete. Consistent temperature is managed by a microprocessor that senses room and fire temperatures with its tiny thermistor probes. Information that the microprocessor receives is used to automatically feed the right amount of pellets at the right time to maintain the temperature that has been set through its Stove Temp Mode, which even turns off and on as needed.
With a hopper capacity of 65 pounds, the Harman XXV can be expected to burn for hours. It has an exclusive ignition system in its burn pot that can burn wood pellets of any grade with optimal efficiency and cleanliness, releasing a maximum output of 50,000 BTUs per hour. It has a patented feeder and burn pot that precisely measures the amount of pellets to be fed and allows the pellets to be burned at a low rate. Efficient and fast heat transfer to a large space is made possible by its accordion heat exchanger.
Available in majolica brown enamel, the Harman XXV’s cast iron casing is embellished with intricately carved oak leaves on the front grill and oak leaf castings on the sides while the side grills are adorned with brushed chrome accents. The wide door features a mirrored glass that adds elegance when the fire is not burning but fades when the fire illuminates the burn chamber.