The Mansfield burns cleanly and efficiently using primary, secondary, and tertiary combustion. Enjoy clean heat with our TruHybrid™ technology.
The spacious firebox is great for loading wood north-south. Arranging the logs front-to-back inside the stove encourages airflow for a clean and pretty fire.
Over 230lbs of soapstone are used to construct the Mansfield to offer you plenty of long-lasting comfortable heat.
Hours of heat
Ash Pan: Optional
BTU: Up to 80,000
Finish: Brown Enamel, Matte Black
Firebox Capacity: 3 cu ft
Flue Exit Diameter: 6
Flue Exit Location: Top or Rear
HeatLife: 30 Hours of heat
Heats up to: 2,500 sq ft
Maximum Log Length: 21″ Left-Right, 18″ Front-Back
Stove Type: Soapstone Wood Stove
Weight: 550 lbs
Ash Pan: 90-54240
Rear Heat Shield: 90-57210
Convection Blower: 90-68210
Outside Air Adapter: 90-53220
Ultra Clean Combustion Systems
All of our wood stoves exceed 2020 EPA standards so you can be sure they burn clean today and for many years to come.
Our TruHybrid™ stoves burn cleanly and efficiently before and after you engage the catalyst. The system combines primary and secondary combustion with tertiary combustion using a catalyst to take care of any unburned smoke particles and gases.
Each HearthStone is handcrafted using a combination of precision-made components in cast iron, soapstone, steel, ceramic, and various other materials. Our commitment to quality and attention to detail ensures that your product will serve you faithfully for years to come.
Soapstone is a natural material that absorbs the high heat of a fire, then radiates a gentle heat into the room. Soapstone warms the objects in your home, not just the air, resulting in a comfortable, livable heat.
Using selected raw and recycled material, our iron parts are produced in our foundry in Spain. Our modern casting facility guarantees durable, reliable, high-quality cast iron parts.
The catalysts used in our TruHybrid™ system are made from coated stainless steel to ensure a long life, few maintenance concerns, and reliably clean combustion.