Functional and simple in design, compact and easy to operate, the Tula focuses on the essentials, adding a special touch. With its clean lines and compact size (41-1/4” tall, 19-3/4” wide, and 17.1/4” deep), the Tula can be easily integrated into virtually any living space. The Tula has a large 1.15 cubic feet firebox, allowing it to take logs up to 17” long (loaded vertically). The design highlight is the one-piece firebox door, with its unique glass frame and large viewing area.
The Tula is EPA certified for clean-burn as well as the highest efficiency, while capable of burning overnight. Additionally, it is extremely easy to operate. The air supply is controlled with a single lever, letting you precisely regulate the dance of the flames. A portion of the air is guided along the fire box window, keeping it clean and clear. The Tula also features an easy disposal of ashes with its lightweight ash box.
Non-catalytic combustion system
The Tula is EPA certified for clean burn, as well as the highest efficiency. The non-catalytic combustion system is maintenance free and allows for a more complete combustion, which provides more heat from less wood, and reduced smoke and creosote build-up plus very low particulate emissions.
1.15 cubic foot firebox
Accepts 17” logs (vertically). The large front door provides maximum loading ease and unparalleled views of the fire.
Secondary combustion technology for unmatched fire viewing
Air entering the firebox through the stove’s secondary air tubes ignites the gases rising off the burning wood. The resulting light and flames provide dazzling fire viewing, even when the fire is burning at a low rate.
Steel-double wall construction
Creates efficient convection heat; greatly reduces clearances, with built-in wrap-around rear heat shield.
Integral rear heat shield
The built-in rear heat shield allows the stove to be placed closer to a wall, increasing installation options.
Single air-intake control
Stove operation is easy and performance more consistent.
Outside air adapter (optional)
Improved efficiency in today’s newer “airtight” homes; reduces cold air drafts along the floor.