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Century CB00027 CW2100 Wood Burning Insert

SKU CB00027
by Century
Original price $1,699.00 - Original price $1,699.00
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Like a traditional stove, this high-efficiency wood insert is designed to be installed into an existing hearth and is equipped with a blower to redirect the heat into the room.
Features:
  • Tapered shape (top and sides) designed to fit the smallest masonry hearths
  • Flush blower for a clean look, with left/right power cord
  • Lightweight steel faceplate with hooks that snap onto the front of the unit
  • Moulded high-density refractory panels on the bottom of the appliance and grey bricks on the sides
  • Reinforced appliance top with a stainless steel heat shield
  • Cast iron door and ceramic glass
  • EPA certified at 1.5 g/h
  • Non-catalytic combustion system
  • Designed and made in Canada
  • Dimensions 15 1/2" (D) x 20 1/8" (H) x 27 7/8" (W)

*Any installation must be done according to the data and drawings detailed in the owner’s manual.*

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Specifications

ModelsCW2100 (CB00027)
Type of combustionNon-catalytic
Fuel TypeDry Cordwood
Recommended heating area (sq. ft..) (1)250 to 1,200 ft2 (23 to 111 m2) 
Overall firebox volume21.1 ft3 (0.031 m3)
Loading volume EPA1.03 ft3 (0.0292 m3) 
Maximum burn time (1)7 hours
Overall heat output rate (min. to max.) (3)(4)8,471 BTU/h to 31,700 BTU/h (2.48 kW to 9.29 kW)
Average overall efficiency (3) - Dry cordwood

75 % (HHV) - (5)

80 % (LHV) - (6)

Optimum efficiency (7)82 %
Optimum heat transfert efficiency (8)78 %
Average particulate emissions rate (9)1.5 g/h (EPA / CSA B415.1-10) - (10)
Average CO (11)34 g/h
Maximum log length (12)17 in (432 mm) east-west
Flue outlet diameter6 in (150 mm)
Recommended connector pipe diameter6 in (150 mm)
Type of chimneyULC S635, CAN/ULC-S640, UL 1777
Baffle materialC-Cast or equivalent
Approved for alcove installationNo
Approved for mobile home installation (13)No
Type of doorSimple, glazed, with cast iron frame
Type of glassCeramic glass
BlowerIncluded (up to 90 CFM) 
Particulate emission standard (14)EPA / CSA B415.1-10 
USA Standard (Safety)UL 1482, UL 737
Canada Standard (Safety)ULC-S628

 

1 Recommended heating area and maximum burn time may vary subject to location in home, chimney draft,heat loss factors, climate, fuel type

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 in the designated area in case of a power failure.

2 The overall firebox calculation is an approximation and is not intended to be used for loading. This volume includes a buffer zone to allow an easier

fuel insertion, prevent ash spillage and allow the air wash to work properly.

3 The maximum heat output (dry cordwood) is based on a loading density varying between 15 lb/ft3 and 20 lb/ft3. Other performances are based

on a fuel load prescribed by the standard. The specified loading density varies between 7 lb/ftÂł and 12 lb/ft3. The moisture content is between 19%

and 25%.

4 As measured per CSA B415.1-10 stack loss method.

5 Higher Heating Value of the fuel.

6 Lower Heating Value of the fuel.

7 Optimum overall efficiency at a specific burn rate (LHV).

8 The optimum heat transfer efficiency is for the low burn rate and represents the appliance's ability to convert the energy contained in the wood

logs into energy transferred to the room in the form of heat and does not take into account the chemical losses during combustion.

9 This appliance is officially tested and certified by an independent agency.

10 Tested and certified in compliance with CFR 40 part 60, subpart AAA, section 60.534(a)(1(ii) and ASTM E3053-17 based on the ALT-125 send by EPA

on February 28th, 2018.

11 Carbon monoxide.

12 North-south: ends of the logs visible, East-west: sides of the logs visible.

13 Mobile homes (Canada) or manufactured homes (USA): The US Department of Housing and Urban Development describes “manufactured homes” better known as “mobile homes” as follows; buildings built on fixed wheels and those transported on temporary wheels/axles and set on a permanent foundation. In Canada, a mobile home is a dwelling for which the manufacture and assembly of each component is completed or substantially completed prior to being moved to a site for installation on a foundation and connection to service facilities and which conforms to the CAN/CSAZ240 MH standard.

14 Tested and certified in compliance with CFR 40 part 60, subpart AAA, section 60.534(a)(1(ii) and ASTM E3053-17 based on the ALT-125 send by EPA on February 28th, 2018.

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