The Englander 25-CBPAH Pellet Stove is designed to heat up to 2,200 sq. ft., combining efficiency with a compact design. Its 120 lbs. hopper ensures 75 hours of burn time, making it a powerful addition to any home.
Equipped with a one-touch, auto-start igniter and a user-friendly control board, operating this stove is quick and easy. It also features a viewing glass for fire visibility and includes a fresh air hook-up kit. Mobile Home approved.
- Made in the USA
- Heats spaces up to 2,200 sq. ft.
- Hopper capacity: 120 lb of wood pellets
- Burn time: Up to 75 hours per filling
- EPA certified for High Efficiency and Low Emissions
- Approved for Mobile Homes
- Included: Outside Air Kit
|Fuel type (12)||Premium Grade Wood Pellets|
|Recommended heating area (10)||Up to 2,000 ft²|
|Hopper capacity||120 lb|
|Maximum burn time (10)||75 h|
|Maximum heat input rate (4)||31,885 BTU/h (9.35 kW)|
|Minimum overall heat output rate (5)||11,692 BTU/h (3.43 kW)|
|Maximum overall heat output rate (5)||22,988 BTU/h (6.74 kW)|
|Minimum average overall efficiency (HHV) (6) (8)||68.4 %|
|Maximum average overall efficiency (LHV) (6) (7)||73.7 %|
|Optimum efficiency (2)||87.40 %|
|Optimum heat transfer efficiency (9)||74 %|
|Burn rate||1.6 - 3.75 lb/h|
|Average particulate emission rate (3)||0.763 g/h|
|Average CO (11)||0.78 g/h|
|Average electrical power consumption for ignition cycle (1)||5.65A (661 W)|
|Average electrical power consumption for continuous operation (1)||4.15A (361 W)|
|Alcove installation approved||No|
|Mobile home approved||No|
|High-efficiency certified appliance||Yes, EPA 2020 approved|
|Baffle type||Mild steel|
|Flue outlet diameter||3"|
|Chimney diameter||3" | 4"|
|Type of chimney||ULC/ORD-C441, CAN/ULC S609, UL 641 (TYPE L)|
|Overall dimension (Width)||24 1/2"|
|Overall dimension (Height)||36"|
|Overall dimension (Depth)||27"|
|Premium quality blower included (CFM)||176 CFM included|
|Voltage and frequency||120 VAC / 60 Hz|
|Door type||Single, glass with cast iron frame|
|Glass type||Ceramic glass|
|Glass surface - W x H||9 1/8" x 9 1/8"|
|Canadian Standard (emissions)||CSA B415.1-10|
|USA Standard (emissions)||EPA, ASTM E2779|
|Canadian Standard (safety)||ULC S627|
|USA Standard (safety)||UL 1482, ASTM E1509|
|Certified according to applicable standards||By an accredited laboratory (CAN/USA)|
|Warranty||5 years limited|
|Shipping weight||300 lb|
|CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES||Canada||United States|
|Clearance - Back wall||0"||0"|
|Clearance - Side wall||8"||8"|
|Clearance - Corner||6"||6"|
|Clearance - Base of the unit to ceiling**||84"||84"|
*The information given on the certification label affixed to the appliance always overrides the information published in any other media (owner's manual, catalogues, flyers, magazines and/or web sites).
**Some appliances have been tested with a low ceiling. Before setting up your unit, refer to the installation manual.
1. Unless stated otherwise, measures were taken directly at the main power source and include all electrical components present in the appliance.
2. Optimum overall efficiency at a specific burn rate (LHV).
3. This appliance is officially tested and certified by an independent agency.
4. Based on the maximum burn-rate and a dry energy value of pellet at 8,600 BTU/lb.
5. As measured per CSA B415.1-10 stack loss method.
6. Efficiency based on radiated and delivered heat when allowing cycling from high to low burn to simulate thermostat demand.
7. Lower Heating Value of the fuel.
8. Higher Heating Value of the fuel.
9. The optimum heat transfer efficiency is for the low burn rate (using HHV) and represents the appliance’s ability to convert the energy contained in the solid fuels into energy transferred to the room in the form of heat and does not take into account the chemical losses during combustion.
10. Recommended heating area and maximum burn time may vary subject to location in home, chimney draft, heat loss factors, climate, fuel type, feed rate, fuel level, and other variables. The recommended heated area for a given appliance is defined by the manufacturer as its capacity to maintain a minimum acceptable temperature considering that the space configuration and the presence of heat distribution systems have a significant impact in making heat circulation optimum.
11. Carbon monoxyde.
12. Grades of pellet fuel are determined by organizations such as Pellet Fuels Institute (PFI), ENplus and CANplus.