Off-The-Grid Pellet Stoves
Many off-the-grid heating systems aren’t nearly as “off the grid” as they claim to be—they just aren’t practical enough. Off-grid heaters that use propane tanks need constant attention, which alone can be a huge expense, and you often have to travel somewhere to refill an empty tank. This removes the whole self-sufficiency aspect of living “off the grid.” A typical propane heater also requires energy, which is a serious problem for those without a sustainable electricity source. In general, a standard propane heater’s heat output can measure anywhere from 2,000 to 30,000 BTUs, with some outliers on either extreme. Depending on where you live, this may not provide enough heat.
But there’s a solution: Clarry’s off-the-grid pellet stove. The largest CST model can crank out nearly 65,000 BTUs per hour when running at full capacity—that’s double the output of a traditional propane heater. This is just one of the many ingenious aspects of the Clarry Pellet Stove’s design. One would typically observe these metrics in much larger and more expensive watt-hungry pellet stoves.
The Clarry Pellet Stove is a true off-the-grid heating system. Unlike pellet stoves that use an auger, which requires a relatively large amount of electricity, the Clarry’s off-the-grid pellet stove uses gravity. This single feature removes the necessity for electricity, and it greatly reduces the frequency of mechanical failures—resulting in a perfect off-the-grid heating system. Each off-the-grid pellet stove features convection heating for immediate heat in a pinch. And when you have to leave the stove unattended for an extended period of time, each model features unique blast-gate technology that allows you to shut off the fuel feed for increased fuel economy and overall safety.
For these reasons and more, the Clarry Pellet Stove represents a new caliber of off-the-grid heating. Offering greater long-term cost and energy efficiency when compared to propane and wood-fired heaters, the Clarry Pellet Stove rests comfortably above the crowd.