Wood Burning, Airtight Cook Stoves, Heaters, Fireplace Inserts and Accessories

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Flame View

The Flame-view is a very practical stove because it has the largest firebox in the Margin series. It is also a very unique stove because of its side loading glass door. It will always be a conversation piece among family and friends.

The flame view uses an exclusive, “air-jet” re-burn design system. The re-burn system re-burns gases and smoke before exiting the exhaust into the atmosphere.

Standard Features include:

  • 2000 SQ. FT. heating capacity.
  • Large viewing glass.
  • Dual draft inlet for glass wash and easy start-up.
  • Accepts logs that are 11“ diameter X 22” long.
  • Side loading door.
  • Cast iron grating system.
  • Double plated steel cook top.
  • Exclusive “Air-jet” re-burn design
  • Large ash trays.
  • Black porcelain exterior finish
  • Black porcelain oven interior
  • Oven draft control.
  • Lid lifter, poker and ash scraper.
  • Limited 1 year warranty.
The best part about Margin Stoves is that they are all custom built to suit your needs and fit your budget. To get started, you will need to decide if you want your stove to have a shelf or warming oven above the cook top. Next, you will need to decide on the color. Black is the factory standard color, white and almond are also available as options.

Colors: Black with nickel trim, Almond with Nickel trim, White with Nickel trim, Black with Black trim

Options:

Fire Box Water Jacket: In place of the firebrick, a water jacket can be installed during the manufacturing process to supplement hot water needs in your home. Your stove can plumb directly into your home's hot water system. Then the hot water can be circulated to your hot water heater and stored. This will take the strain off your utility usage and save you money. The Water Jacket does not affect the size dimensions of the firebox. One or two wall jackets are available.

20 Gallon Rear Mount Reservoir: This is for the serious hot water user. This stainless steel tank is mounted on the back of the stove. This hot water can be plumbed into an exchanger in your hot air duct on your furnace, that air can then be circulated through your entire home to assist in even, hot air distribution.

Reservoir Faucet: A decorative faucet that will add character to your stove.

Copper Water Reservoir:A copper lined reservoir is located on the side of the Margin Gem with a water capacity of 5 gallons. A reservoir will heat hot water and store it. It can be used for any chore that demands hot water like dishes, laundry, cleaning or even used to add humidity to your home. It also adds extra cook top space, which is a must for the serious cook.

Single Water Coil: This is a 3/4 inch stainless steel coil that mounts to the back of the firebox, another option for plumbing your stove directly into your hot water system.

Double Water Coil: Yet another option for plumbing your new stove directly into your hot water heater for twice the capacity of hot water.

Electric Fan and Control: The electric fan is a option for people who want a touch of history and modernization in the their home. The electric fan is mounted on the back of the stove and pushes hot air through the vents on the side and front of the stove.

Glass/ Enamel Top: This option will add a decorative touch to the stove’s cook top. A high heat glass enamel finish will make it easy for cleaning and keep your stove looking new.

Cast Iron Top: The cook top absorbs the most intense heat. Cast iron tops add longevity to the life of the stove as they absorb heat better than steel.

Nickel Legs: An excellent option to dress up your stove and give it a rich look.

Maple Leaf trivets: In the past, trivets were used for warming butter. They are made from cast iron and plated with nickel. They are located on the back splash of the stove and make nice ornamental pieces that add character to the stove.

Summer Grate: This is a great option for the summer months when you need a little heat to cook your meals without heating the entire kitchen. This grate fits into the firebox and raises the fire just under the cooktop where the heat is needed.

Right Hand Fire Door: We can even accomodate the door swing to fit your needs. Left hand swing is standard.

14 inch bake oven: A standard oven size for stove is 13 inches. We can give this extra height in the oven if needed.

Thermostat Control: This mechanical control is a spring coil that expands when warm and contracts when cool. When the room temperature drops, the coil spring shrinks and opens the door at the back of the stove to allow oxygen to the flame, which creates more heat. The opposite works when the room temperature is too high. The coil spring expands and, in turn closes the door to restrict oxygen to the flame, which cools the stove.

Floor Protection: Unit must be placed on non-combustibles like 3/8 mill board extending 18 inches past the front of the stove and 8 inches past the sides and rear. All unit installations must comply with W.E.T.T. Regulations.


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Specifications
Dimensions With Reservoir Without Reservoir
Overall Length: 46" 56"
Overall Width: 32.5" 32.5"
Overall Height: 64" 64"
Height to Cooking Surface: 34.5" 34.5"
Cast Iron Cooking Top: 25" X 40” 25" X 40”
Fire Box: 17" L x 9-1/2" W x 14" D 22" L x 9-1/2" W x 14" D
Bake Oven: 20"W x 20"D x 13"H 20"W x 20"D x 13"H
Exhaust Flu: 7" 7"
Reservoir Capacity: N/A 5 Gallons
Heating Capacity: 2000 Sq. Ft 2000 Sq. Ft
Shipping Weight: 650 LBS 700 LBS
Safety Tested: ULC-S627 UL-1482 ULC-S627 UL-1482
Clearances to Combustibles
Back Wall to Unit: 14” 14”
Side Wall to Unit: 14” 14”
Fuel Door to Sidewall: 48” 48”
Back Wall to Pipe: 15” 15”
Side Wall to Pipe: 35” 35”
Oven Door to Front: 48” 48”