The powerful Classic Bay 1200 is one of the most proven and advanced heating appliances available. These large pellet stoves feature patented pellet burn technology, a revolutionary ignition system, and hassle-free cleaning deliver ultimate convenience.
51,600 BTUs — heats 1,000 to 2,700 square feet, based on climate and home efficiency
EPA certified, with low emission levels of 1.1 grams per hour
80lb hopper capacity
Patented feed system for jam-free operation
Key Features and Technologies
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
Our Limited Lifetime Warranty is the strongest and most comprehensive in the industry.
Environmental Protection Agency Approval
This appliance meets the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s crib wood emission limits for wood heaters sold after May 15, 2015.
CLASSIC BAY 1200
1,000-2,700 sq ft
153 sq in
1 BTU/hr Input based on maximum feed rate per hour multiplied by approximately 8600 BTU, which is average BTU from a pound of pellets. 2 This is a general guide, see your local Quadra-Fire dealer for help in determining the product that best suits your heating needs based on climate, home efficiency, location of the heater, and air movement in the room. 3 Fuel density and pellet shape will affect hopper capacity. 4 EPA Default Efficiency.
Heat output will vary depending on the type of fuel used. The flame and ember appearance may vary based on the type of fuel burned and the venting configuration used. Actual product appearance, including flame may differ from image shown. Refer to the owner’s manual for complete clearance requirements and specifications. Product specifications and pricing subject to change without notice. For testing and listing information please refer to the owner’s/installation manual.
*For select products: Heating capacity to be used as a guide only. See your local dealer for help in determining the product that best suits your heating needs based on climate and home efficiency.
†For wood-burning appliances: Actual burn times will vary based on how the appliance is operated, load size, moisture content and type of wood used, and installation.