Tipi Cast Iron Stove
The great sacred spirit of fire hangs over this stove. Its shape draws its inspiration from the traditional dwelling of the North American Plains Indians. Simple and slender, the Tipi works perfectly with its doors open to celebrate the worshiping of fire. In extreme cold, with its doors closed, it’s a great source of renewable heat.
The unit can operate in slow combustion mode for 8 hours without adding more fuel or other external intervention. There will be a bed of embers after this period. This is enough to reload the unit with fuel to relight it.
Secondary air protects the glass against smoke and soot deposits. It ensures combustion of volatile materials. The adjustable secondary air flow can adapt the unit’s operation to high draft conditions.
Can be used as a traditional fireplace. The unit is designed to avoid smoke spillage when used with the doors open. Nonetheless, it is important to follow the installation instructions.
The clean glass system slows deposit buildup on the glass. An air supply above the glass creates a protective curtain. The preheated air is propelled along the glass. It triggers combustion of gas and volatile materials, thereby protecting the glass against smoke and soot deposits.
Firebox lined with removable vermiculite parts (deflector, hearth plate, sides, and bedplate). Vermiculite’s thermal properties improve the combustion quality and the performance of the unit.
The Origine France Garantie is the only certification that certifies a product was manufactured in France. This labeling is validated by an independent organization, after an audit. (Bureau Veritas No.7208672). OFG products are manufactured in France at Invicta Group manufacturing sites.
Injection of pre-heated air into the combustion chamber The supplementary air intake in the back enables hydrocarbons to be destroyed at a high temperature. Complete combustion reduces pollution.