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Stove Accessory | Brand : United States Stove | Fuel Type : Wood | Package Width : 16 in. | Package Length : 5 in. | Package Height : 14-1/2 in. | Package Weight : 27 lb. | Material : Steel | Warranty : 1-Year Limited More

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Save money with the United States Stove Barrel Stove Kit. This is an all-inclusive kit containing everything you need to convert a 36 or 55 gallon steel drum into a stove. The kit contains legs, a door, flue collar with a damper, and all mounting hardware. The United States Stove Co. Barrel Stove Kit is perfect for a rustic cabin, pole barn or workshop. Simply put, this is the most economical stove you can buy.
  • Flue collar size: 6 in.
  • Barrel not included
  • 1 year limited warranty
United States Stove Barrel Stove Kit is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice stove I bought this and the double kit, took me an hour or two to install, not bad and heats my shop well!
Date published: 2010-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy enough to assemble Instructions should mention using a gasket kit on openings. Instructions also stated to go over small hole for venting but it would have been better to attach door as shown in photo and cut hole for draft.
Date published: 2014-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Stove I bought this stove kit last night. Today I got out and started putting this together. The instructions were somewhat vague, but not that bad. A little common sense and the right tools makes it go together better. Once I had it all together, I took it outside to fire it up. The barrel I have had nice paint on it, and from my past experience with wood stoves, I knew it would smoke quit a bit. I didn't have any wood to use for a fire, but I had an abundance of cardboard boxes. I ripped these up and used them for my fuel. I was very amazed at how hot it got from just the few pieces I put into it. As I expected - it smoked some, and the smell was pretty bad from the paint. This Stove really heats very well! I have ordered the fire grate for it since it will help with the more even burn of the wood. I am going back to the store in the morning and get the stacker kit for the top barrel. I Highly Recommend this stove to anyone looking for an inexpensive but great wood stove.
Date published: 2012-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Installation tip - Barrel Stove Kit Here is the process I used to prep the barrel: First, I cut out all openings with a reciprocating metal saw using the door and flue collar as templates. I used a scribe to mark the openings and bolt holes. Before installing the kit hardware, I cleaned the barrel well with a wire brush, then built a small bon fire around the barrel. I burned off any coating or film, both inside and out. I did this step far away from buildings, people and livestock as there was a strong odor. I also wore a protective mask and kept a garden hose nearby. (Observe your local fire codes.) I continued the fire until the barrel appeared charred and a flat black color, and I was sure that all coating material has been burned off. I had to rotate it during the burning process using a long handle or rod so that all sides, top and bottom were burned clean. I then removed the barrel from the fire and allowed it to cool for an hour or so. Next, I applied a spray coat of high-heat ("1200-degree F") barbeque grill paint to the exterior of the barrel and let it dry according to the paint manufacturer's instructions. Finally, I installed the barrel stove hardware kit. I chocked all cracks with 1/2-inch diameter fiberglass roping (available at TSC) around the door and flue so there is no smoke leakage. While still outdoors, I attached a 4-foot length of stove pipe with damper installed onto the barrel and burned a small amount of paper and clean, dry kindling to test for smoke leaks and proper draft. Once the stove performed satisfactorily, according to kit manufacturer's specifications, I installed it in my hunting cabin.
Date published: 2013-02-13
  • Brand - United States Stove
  • Warranty - 1-Year Limited
  • Fuel Type - Wood
  • Material - Steel
  • Package Height - 14-1/2 in.
  • Package Length - 5 in.
  • Package Weight - 27 lb.
  • Package Width - 16 in.
  • Manufacturer Part Number - BSK1000