Lopi – Cape Cod Hybrid-Fyre Wood Stove

Lopi – Cape Cod Hybrid-Fyre Wood Stove

• Emissions: 1.9 Grams Per Hour (CORD WOOD)
• Heating Capacity:* Up to 2,500 sq. ft.
• EPA Tested BTUs: 11,322 to 62,623 (CORD WOOD)
• Maximum Burn Time: Up to 12 Hours
• Firebox Size: 3.0 cu. ft.
• Maximum Log Size: 24”
• Weight: 600 Pounds
• Construction: Cast Iron
• Overall Efficiency:*** Up to 76.6% OHV
• Bypass Damper: Yes
• Glass Viewing Area: 344 sq in, 27” w x 12-3/4” H

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Description

The Lopi Cape Cod wood stove is one of the cleanest burning and most efficient large cast iron wood stoves in the world! The Cape Cod wood stove has a maximum BTU output of 62,623 BTU’s, heats up to 2,500 sq.ft, has an overall efficiency of 76.6% with a 12 hour burn time, its no doubt the Cape Cod is considered the world’s cleanest burning large wood stove. Nothing like other cast iron wood stoves, the Cape Cod offers both radiant and convective heat. It shows a vast 3.0 cubic foot firebox and can take logs up to 24″.  The Cape Cod features the most efficient wood burning technology in the world, known as Hybrid-Fyre technology. Hybrid-Fyre technology highlights the strengths of both catalytic and NexGen-Fyre (non-catalytic) technologies to create an advanced combustion system that burns less wood to generate the highest heat output. Before we can thoroughly explain Hybrid-Fyre technology, we need to explore Lopi’s NexGen-Fyre technology. With NexGen-Fyre technology, pre-heated combustion air helps the glass stay clean, and the stove burns efficiently, secondary air tubes combine the primary and secondary fires in the combustion system, ceramic baffle board and insulation blanket reflect heat re-burning particulates, and the primary and secondary combustion is harnessed to create the ultimate blended combustion system. Lopi’s Hybrid-Fyre technology adds one additional step to NexGen-Fyre technology. After gases and particulates exit the secondary burn cha