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OPEL PLUS KEYSTONE

ONE FIREPLACE, TWO LOOKS.

As part of the growing Opel family, the Keystone is the result of fine craftsmanship, inspired by versatility and built on more than 30 years’ of proven performance with high efficiency wood–burning fireplaces.

The Keystone name comes from the interchangeable keystone facing that is offered either as a semi-clean look or as a full faceplate, adding modern sophistication and design choices to any mid-sized space.

Low Emissions – High Performance

  • Semi-clean face option (requires two gravity vents for heat output)
  • Full Keystone facing for maximum impact
  • EPA Certified to comply with 2020 particulate emission standards at 0.7 g/hr. (with the 635cfm Central Heating Blower option)
  • Large 3.6 cubic feet firebox allowing overnight burns.
  • BTU Output range 10,000 to 70,000
  • Heating capacity up to 3000 ft2

THE RSF COMFORT ADVANTAGE

Comfort is our specialty. We customize heat distribution from a wood fireplace throughout the home, including the basement. When the household temperature is tailored for a family at minimal cost and maximum efficiency, we call that the RSF Comfort Advantage.

Note: the central heating option is not available for the Pearl 3600, the Focus 3600 or Focus ST.

Available Options

Documents and Specs

Opel Plus Keystone

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Outside Dimensions 36 7/8″ W X 52 1/4″ H X 24″ D
Shipping weight 605 lb
Glass viewing size 22 ½” W x 14 7/8″ H
Firebox Size 3.6 cubic feet

Based on overall firebox dimensions, EPA official firebox dimensions are smaller.

Firewood Length 18″
Chimney 7″ Excel
Door Finish Black
Outside Air 4″

All RSF models come equipped to accept a 4″ outside air duct, a 5″ can also be used. All models can also be installed to operate using room air.

Mobile Home Approved NO
PERFORMANCE
EPA Certified 0.7 g/hr
Optimal Efficiency 80% LHV

Low Heating Value (LHV), using data generated under the best circumstances and CSA B415.1-10 calculations.

EPA Average Efficiency 70% HHV

High Heating Value (HHV), using data from EPA crib wood testing and CSA B415.1-10 calculations.

BTU Output Range 10,000 to 70,000

Actual BTU output depends on many factors, but primarily on the quality of the wood burned.

Heating Capacity 1,500 to 3,000 ft2

Depends primarily on wood quality, ambient air temperature and building heat loss.

Specs and CAD
CATALOGS AND BROCHURES
Owner’s Manuals – Fireplaces
U.S. EPA Test Report
U.S. EPA Certificate
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