on all orders to the lower 48 states
The Osburn Matrix wood stove has an impressive emissions rate at 1.54 g/h as well as a maximum heat output of 75,000 BTU/h. The Osburn Matrix draws attention with its clean and modern look which will add beauty and heat to your living space. The top of the stove is made of cast iron with the option to add two rich pieces of soapstone. You can customize the stove further by adding the optional soapstone side shields. Soapstone is a natural stone that holds in heat and radiates it to the space surrounding it. Logs can be conveniently placed underneath the large firebox, making the Matrix a practical and elegant heating machine.
|Osburn Matrix Wood Stove Specifications|
|Depth - Overall||25"|
|Height - Overall||36 7/8"|
|Width - Overall||27 1/8"|
|Firebox dimensions (Depth)||16 1/2"|
|Firebox dimensions (Width)||21"|
|Firebox dimensions (Height)||11 7/8"|
|Type of Fuel||Wood|
|Maximum log length||20"|
|Log positioning||Over width|
|Recommended Heating Area (sq. ft.)||500-2,100|
|Firebox volume (cu. ft.)||2.4|
|Door opening dimensions (Width)||17 1/2"|
|Door opening dimensions (Height)||8 3/4"|
|Type of Door||Single, glass with cast iron frame|
|Glass Surface||19 5/8" X 11 7/8"|
|Glass Type||Ceramic glass|
|Weight||506 lb (230 kg)|
|Recommended chimney diameter||6"|
|Minimum chimney height (feet)||12|
|Type of Chimney (°F)||UL 103 HT|
|Center line of flue outlet to the back||6 3/8"|
|Center line of flue outlet to the side||13 1/2"|
|Maximum output - EPA test wood||28,600 BTU/h|
|Maximum output - seasoned cord wood||75,000 BTU/h|
|Steel thickness (body)||3/16"|
|Steel thickness (top)||5/16"|
|Emissions (grams/hour)||1.54 g/h|
|Baffle||High heat-resistant C-cast|
|Canadian Standard (emissions)||CSA B415.1-10|
|USA standard (emissions)||EPA|
|Canadian Standard (safety)||ULC S627|
|USA standard (safety)||UL 737, UL 1482|
|Mobile Home Approved||Yes, with fresh air intake|
|Osburn Matrix Wood Stove Minimum Clearances to Combustibles*|
|Single Wall Stove Pipe||Double Wall Stove Pipe|
|Clearance - back wall||11" US / 14 1/2" CA||6" US / 6" CA|
|Clearance - placed in a corner||10" US / 10" CA||7" US / 7" CA|
|Clearance - side wall||16" US / 17" CA||16" US / 17" CA|
|Clearance – top (measured from the platform on which the appliance is installed)**||84" US / 84" CA||84" US / 84" CA|
|Clearance - minimum floor protection in front of the fireplace||16" US / 18" CA||16" US / 18" CA|
|* The information given on the certification label affixed to the appliance always overrides the information published in any other media (owner's manual, catalogues, flyers, magazines and/or web sites).|
|** Some appliances have been tested with a low ceiling. Before setting up your unit, refer to the installation manual.|
The top steel panel is the same black color as the stove and will be a perfect match. Matched with the black side panels provides a simple yet elegant look for your stove. Or, add the soapstone side panel kit to increase radiant heat.
The soapstone top panel kit is a beautiful stone that provides added heat output even after the stove has cooled. Soapstone has very slow thermal release and will retain heat. The soapstone top panel kit will enhance the performance of the stove. The stone will allow the firebox to retain the heat for a longer period of time, extending the life of the coals and making the stove easier to re-light.
The black side panel kit will match the finish of the wood stove. Pair the black side panel kit with the steel panel top to have an all black and sleek looking stove. The panels easily attach to the stove and gives the stove more dimension than other wood stoves. The panel kit comes with 6 panels and the trim to finish off the stove.
If you are looking for the most possible heat output from the Matrix stove, the soapstone side panel kit is for you. Soapstone features amazing thermal release properties that allow the stove to stay hotter longer. Paired with the soapstone top panel, this will increase the heat output of the stove substantially. Soapstone's beautiful grain will truly enhance the appearance of the stove and will likely be the focal point of any room it's installed in.
The rigid firescreen allows you to burn wood in the stove with the door open, just like an old-time fireplace. Hear the crackle of the wood, watch the flames dance around in the firebox, and relax around the wood stove on a cold winter's night. The rigid firescreen is easy to install and easy to remove when you are ready to load more wood. The stove should not be burning with the door open without the firescreen.
The insulated flexible fresh air intake pipe is the perfect choice for adding fresh air to the stove. Measuring 4' in length and 5" diameter, this can be used for going straight out of the wall behind the stove. A fresh air intake register and the fresh air intake clamps are necessary to finish the installation. The insulation will help prevent the air intake from being cold in the room. A fresh air intake must be installed when installing the Matrix in a mobile home.
The 5" air intake termination with clamps easily attaches to the insulated fresh air intake pipe and provides you with the remaining parts necessary to properly terminate the intake. The intake termination comes with the register hood as well as the clamps which make for an air tight seal to the stove, preventing an unwanted draft when the stove is not running.
The 5" Fresh Air Intake Register with Airtight Damper opens and closes the fresh air supply to a wood stove. It's simple mechanism makes it possible to close the damper tightly when the wood stove is not in use. This will ensure the wood stove is not being cooled while the stove is not in use. Link to Fresh Air Intake Manual