The INTREPID is a Colonial style freestanding gas stove that looks just like a real wood fire. It diminutive size allows it to fit in very small spaces, including being inserted into some coal burning fireplaces. Includes TOUCH SCREEN remote control with built-in thermostat that keeps the room comfortable. The Intrepid will heat about 700-1000 sq. ft. in most homes. This is a millivolt system with a standing pilot light.
BTU input: 12,000-17,500 (Nat Gas) | Efficiency: 77% | Approval: CSA
- Direct Vent technology with ceramic glass window and operable doors; child guard safety screen included keeps little hands from touching the glass
- Top or Rear Venting for ultimate versatility of installation ; terminate the vent through the wall or through the roof, or through an existing chimney. This model ships with a reversible flue collar to customize the unit on site.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Available in 4 colors: Red Enamel, Biscuit (Ivory) Enamel, Majolica Brown Enamel or in a Black Painted finish (Enamel colors are a $600 upgrade)
- Price includes horizontal vent kit through the wall OR dual 3" aluminum chimney liner for use inside of a fireplace as a hearth stove; other venting kits also available.
- Price also includes the deluxe remote with digital display thermostat
- Available options include warming shelves and a blower
- The INTREPID can be installed on a rigid floor including a wood floor, but not directly on linoleum or carpeting
Installation / Venting Options
This model may be rear vented and terminate horizontally through the wall; may also be top vented, with the vent pipe terminating either horizontally or vertically. For installations using a vertical pipe run, the venting system is limited to 40' -see installation manual for further details. May also be used as a hearth stove which means the stove sits on the fireplace hearth, and is vented through the fireplace chimney using co-linear venting - two 3" diameter liners extend up through the chimney. Direct
vent (coaxial) pipe is a double wall system. Outdoor air enters through
the outer chamber to provide combustion air, while fumes exhaust through
the inner chamber.