Oakdale Contemporary Wood Burning Stove Insert
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OAKDALE™ Contemporary Wood Burning Stove Fireplace Insert
Napoleon adds to their wood burning collection with the Napoleon Oakdale™ wood insert. The features a contemporary flush front with a cast iron surround. Four stainless steel secondary air tubes supercharge the fuel burning process and generate a beautiful display of YELLOW DANCING FLAMES®. Complete with a removable painted black log retainer and a heat circulating blower, Oakdale™ is the perfect heating solution to replace and update drafty masonry fireplaces in a home or cottage.
Napoleon's EPA Wood Burning Technology... more heat with less fuel. Emissions as low as 1.3 grams per hour and 72.1% overall maximum heating efficiency.
Comparable to the EPI33 and S20i and S25i this wood burning stove by Napoleon is efficient and powerful. Using Napoleons Advanced Technology to heat 1500 sf at 5500 BTU's
The Oakdale comes in two sizes the
Oakdale Contemporary which is 42.5" by 29.5"
Oakdale Traditional which is 42.5" by 28.5"
both available here at Smokey Mountain
Options are the Whisper Quiet Heat Circulating blower system, removable log retainer and three different types of facias the traditional Black, Traditional Enamel Majolica Finish and Contemporary Black Finish
The Technology behind the Napoleon Wood Insert
1. Radiant Heat
2. High heat ceramic glass provides a safe, unobstructed view of the fire 3. Heavy duty secondary air tubes introduce just the right amount of air to increase efficiency through complete combustion (specific for the EPI3C, EPI3T and EPI3TN) 4. Cool room air is circulated around the firebox with help from circulation blower, heated and returned to the room 5. Combustion air is brought into the unit through the fresh air intake collar located on the top left outer shell 6. Combustion takes place inside the firebox, smoke and gases are moved around a baffle system into a second chamber for complete combustion and extended flame path and exhaust out the chimney 7. Primary “bottom air feed” assists in cold startups and to revive a small, dying fire 8. A single air control regulates the burn rate