HMF100 Series 40,000 BTU Wood Burning Furnace with Hybrid Capabilities
The tradition of natural wood burning furnaces with the latest technologies combine to provide one of the cleanest and efficient solid fuel burning furnaces on the market. A versatile modular design allows the wood only furnace to be integrated with an added electric furnace, and for an easy installation in 3 convenient flexible return air positions. With up to 18 inch logs creating an output of 40,000 BTU and heating up to a 1800 square foot space, the Napoleon HMF 100 provides a clean combusting heat source that continues to burn for up to 8 hours.
Hybrid Furnace: With the addition of a 10 kW electrical furnace module (HMFK-EF10) the Napoleon HMF 100 natural wood burning furnace becomes a hybrid furnace with an integrated automatic switch to electric heating to assure a comfortable home even after the natural burn time expires.
- Heats up to 1800 square feet
- Firebox handles up to 18 inch pieces of wood
- Certified to EPA standards at 3.6 grams per hour
- Available with glass door
- Clean combustion enabled by secondary air tubes
- Modular design for versatile installations
- Optional 10kW electrical furnace module
- Firebrick lining for firebox
- Up to 8 hours of burn time
- Automatic control with thermostat
- Fuel Type: Wood Burning
- Burn Time: 8 Hours
- Depth: 29"
- Height: 46.25 "
- Width: 29"
Napoleon traces its lineage back to 1976, when Wolfgang Schroeter began manufacturing steel railings in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. No one could have imagined then what would lay ahead for Wolf Steel Ltd.
Every new product Napoleon introduces is designed and built with the customer’s comfort and convenience in mind, staying ahead of the competition through superior engineering and product quality and performance.
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