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Ironstrike Pellet Insert

Ironstrike is a branded product line that came from the merger of Lennox Hearth Products and FMI by a private investment group that is now know as (IHP) Innovative Hearth Products.  Lennox had bought Country Stoves a family owned and operated company from Auburn, WA just outside Seattle.  The company prides themselves on Quality and Reliability and the owner's son and daughter still work there under Lennox.  Lennox eventually phased out their "Whitfield Collection" in favor of the "Country Collection".  Whitfield was the original creator of pellet stoves so this should tell you something about Country Stoves.   The Ironstrike line has one insert the Winslow PI40.  
The Winslow PI40 is a top of the line pellet insert.  The body of the stove consists of 1/4 and 3/16 mild carbon steel.  The heat exchanger is made of 28.8 lbs. of heavy duty welded steel.  The stove is self igniting just by pushing a button.  They use Fasco blower motors the best in the industry.  The burn pot is cast iron which ensures it's extra long life span.  The burn pot is also self clean once an hour the combustion fan kicks up to high to blow out any clickers(uncombusted pellets).  The stove has 4 safety switches which lets you know if there is something wrong with the stove such as a clogged air way extra.  There is a telephone jack in the control board for easy diagnostics.  For easy of operation the control board only has one know that automatically adjusts the most efficient fan speed with your heat rate.  So you can enjoy your flame with the least amount of maintenance they have employed a unique air wash system.  The Winlsow offers 4 different trim options along with an option for a fake log set and brick backing.  
The stove is backed by the Goodhousekeeping Seal.

Ironstrike Pellet Insert: Work
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Winslow PI40

Pellet Insert

Hopper Size - 55 Lbs.
Heating Capacity - 900 - 2,000 sq. ft.
Max BTU's - 37,800

Efficiency - 87.3%
Burn Time - up to 30 Hrs.

Flue Size - 3" can inc. to 4"​

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Anatomy of a Country Stove

How it's Built

This is the design on the Winslow

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