The Harman P61A is an intelligent, biomass-burning machine. Loaded with smart-sensing technology to deliver powerful heat, this impressive, cutting-edge pellet stove will offer optimal efficiency and performance. Make it your own with unique finishing and installation options.
- Second most powerful, easy-to-use stove in the P-Series
- High efficiency with accordion heat exchanger
- Room temperature regulated to within one degree
- Cleaner glass thanks to exclusive air wash system
- Less loading with 72 lb. hopper capacity
- Less maintenance with large ash pan
- Elegant flame-reactive mirrored glass
- Installation made easy with direct vent
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Key Features and Technologies
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Guard the floor with minimal coverage using the Harman Protect Cast Iron Hearth Pad
Accent your pellet stove with Modern Brushed Stainless trim, or Leaf trim in 3 finishes.
Add a touch of beauty with a decorative tile.
Optional Log Set
Enjoy the look of a wood fire with the optional log set
Extend the time between fill-ups with this Hopper Extension
Dimensions in inches. Refer to installation/owner's manual for detailed specifications on installing this product. Hearth & Home Technologies reserves the right to update units periodically. Product installation must adhere strictly to instructions shipped with product.
|| 1,300 - 3,500 sq ft
||103-1/4 sq in
||Straight wall, minimum: 25-1/8”w x 27-3/4”d
Corner minimum: 36” x 36”
Note minimum floor protection will not touch walls. Follow proper clearances from wall to corner of stove.
1BTU/hr Input based on maximum feed rate per hour multiplied by approximately 8,600 BTUs, which is the average BTUs from one pound of pellets
2See your local Harman dealer for help in determining the product that best suits your heating needs based on climate, home efficiency, location of the heater, and air movement in the room.
3Weighted Average LHV (Low Heating Value) Efficiency