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Europa 75 pellet stove.... Too good to be true?

Posted by jarvinen (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 5, 08 at 12:18

We are planning on putting a pellet stove in our basement to supplement our propane furnace.
Does anyone have experience with the Europa 75 pellet stove? It received the lowest emissions rating ever by the EPA (0.6 grams per hour) and has an efficiency rating of 86%. It burns corn, wood pellets, wheat, cherry pits, etc. (any bioenergy).

Is it as good as it sounds? I'd like to hear from those that know. Thank you.


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RE: Europa 75 pellet stove.... Too good to be true?

I have looked into it and it is the most efficient pellet stove I have found, unlike most pellet stoves that rating is the heat exchange efficiency rating. The down side to the stove is it no t-stat control and a steep learning curve, but it is one of the best from and efficiency stand point and will burn anything resembling a pellet.


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