Are You Tired Of Chopping Wood?
When the leaves begin to change from green to brilliant yellows and reds, the smell sent up by wood burning stoves also begin to fill the air. At this time of year, you might notice people out chopping logs into kindling for the winter, and you may even be out chopping your own kindling. This timeless ritual might be something that you look forward to every year, or it may be a chore that you simply do until its done. With a wood stove, chopping wood is inevitable, right? Perhaps not.
An Alternative to the Traditional Wood Stove
Pellet stoves, flex-fuel combustion stoves, and Magnum corn stoves are heating stoves which burn materials such as wood pellets or even dried livestock feed grade corn. Lately, pellet stoves seem to be gaining popularity as word spreads; surely such will be the case for corn stoves as well.
The Advantages Available through a Corn Stove
Burning corn for fuel can add up to some significant savings in your normal monthly heating bill.
Corn is a very clean-burning fuel because it does not emit carbon dioxide as it burns.
The exhaust from burning corn doesnt contribute to air pollution.
It is possible to grow your own corn, creating your own source of fuel, to burn in the stove.
A corn stove can be used to cook meals and perform similar tasks in addition to warming the home.
Why the Magnum 3500P Stands Out from the Rest
The Magnum name has become a standard among other brands of corn and pellet stoves for 28 successful years. The 3500P is a powerful stove with distinctive detailing options, such as trim made of 24 Karat gold. With the capacity to hold over 75 pounds of fuel, the stove can burn and warm your home for up to 50 hours with minimal maintenance. If that isnt enough, the good-looking stove is also available in blue, green, brown, and the traditional black.
The next time you heft an ax and set out for the woodpile, consider the difference that a corn stove could make in your life.
- Additional Information
Features The negative draft combustion allows you to open the door without getting smoke into the home.
Save up to more than 60% on your heating bills
Designed to be installed with a direct vent system
Self Cleaning Firebox
Stove Vents from side wall or vertical termination.
Stove only needs a 1 inch clearance from back, side, and corner.
1 year on electrical
5 year on firebox
Additional Information Heaters Buyer's Guide
Venting Worksheet (pdf)
Product Manual Key Specs Item# 3500L Product Type Wood Pellet Stove Heating Capability (sq. ft.) Supplemental up to 3,500 Mobile Home Approved No BTU Output 10,000 to 56,000 Fuel Type Corn, wood pellets, flex-fuel Burn Time Up to 50 Hours Depth 28" inches Width 28" inches Height 33" inches