The Harman 25th anniversary pellet stove, featuring automatic ignition and temperature control and 50,000 BTU output. Additional features include a room sensor, ESP control, hook and roller door latch, large ash pan, and a choice of seven different colors.
The XXV does not use a thermostat like other pellet stoves. Rather it uses a tiny sensing probe that sends information to the microprocessor on the stove. This information is used to feed the proper amount of fuel at the right time to keep you warm and comfortable. The XXV also has a Stove Temp Mode that allows you to set the stove temperature as desired rather than the room temperature.
Automatic Temperature Control
The XXV’s automatic temperature control system eliminates the warm/cold
cycle associated with thermostatically controlled heating systems and even
turns the XXV on and off as needed.
Patented Feeder & Burn Pot
The XXV bottom feeder system precisely meters pellet fuel into our patented
burn pot which can burn all grades of pellet fuel. In addition, the XXV’s burn
pot allows fuel to be burned at a very low rate.
Exclusive Ignition System
The XXV draws in air across a specially designed heating element located
in the bottom of the burn pot. The air is then heated to the point where it
ignites the pellets as they enter the burn pot.
Accordion Heat Exchanger
The XXV’s accordion heat exchanger allows a large amount of surface area to
be placed in a small area, greatly increasing heat transfer efficiency.
Harman Pellet Stoves are the only 100% true direct vent pellet stoves available.
By using the optional outside air kit, the stove can be set up to use 100%
outside air (not room air). Thus allowing the stove to be installed closer to the
door and window openings than other brands. This versatility allows the stove
to be placed where it best fits the layout of the room while also saving the
cost of additional venting.
Top Vent Adapter
The XXV is the first Harman Pellet Stove to have the option of top venting.
This unique venting configuration uses a 6" stove pipe which is conventionally
used on most wood stoves. Therefore, a wood stove can be replaced with the
XXV Pellet Stove, maintaining the look of a traditional cast iron wood stove
with the ease of pellet fuel.