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PelPro PP60 Pellet Stove, EPA-Certified

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The super-efficient, clean-burning, EPA certified, PelPro PP60 is truly a pleasure to operate. With the easy to use dial control and automatic ignition, just set the dial to the temperature you want and the stove will do the rest. With the automatic firepot purge, 89% efficiency and the largest hopper capacity in its class, heating with wood pellets has never been easier.

  • 35,000 BTUs and 89% thermal efficiency plus a variable speed blower to distribute the heat means this stove will heat up to 1,500 square feet of living space
  • 60 lbs. of hopper capacity to provide steady heat for up to 40 hours between fuel loads
  • Automatic ignition and intuitive dial thermostat for easy, comfortable heat
  • Uses 3 in. or 4 in. pellet venting
  • Mobile home approved with included fresh air intake
  • Burns wood pellets for C02 neutral and environmentally responsible heating
  • Certified to burn clean. So clean that it meets the EPA emissions standards for all 50 states including Washington, Oregon and California
  • 1 Year Parts Warranty & Lifetime Toll Free Phone Support

Specification Description
Power Type: Wood Pellets
Area Covered: 500 - 1,500 sq. ft.
BTUs: 11,000 - 35,000 BTUs
Brand: PelPro
Flue Collar Size: 3 in.
Hopper Capacity: 60 lb.
Product Height: 33 in.
Product Length: 22 in.
Product Width: 22 in.
Product Type: Wood Pellet Stoves
Manufacturer Part Number PP60
PelPro PP60 Pellet Stove, EPA-Certified is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Stove. We installed it by the Book, and a week later the controller quit, we missed the part about the serge protector. Called them and had a new one in 3 days. I had read the post about them having a problem with them before we bought it so I had ordered one just in case. If they have a weak link that's it. but easy to fix. it is replacing a pellet insert, that was a real pain to work on, and didn't put out near the heat. We love the large hopper, will run for days on one fill.
Date published: 2018-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely Flawless This is my first pellet stove. After reading the reviews it became clear that US Stove pellet stoves have more problems than PelPro. So, I went with Pelpro. Also clear from the reviews, there are just some people who should not own appliances like these. People complain about the smell all these stoves emit the first time the are fired up. Complaining about that just proves you didn't read the first part of the manual. It clearly states to run the new unit on it's highest setting for 30 minutes to cure the paint. Then there are those that have all sorts of problems with smoke in the house and proper draft. Generally you will find out they too ignored the manual and chose not to run the outside air intake to the outside. If you do these two simple things and don't actually have a component failure, this product will serve you well. I ran 4ft of vent inside then out using the 3" Dura-Vent brand kit. I LOVE this pellet stove and am trying to figure out if I can put one in my basement. The unit I am reviewing is in a 24ft x 42ft shop with 14ft ceilings. It runs continuously on the lowest setting (11,000btus) using right at about 40lbs per 24hrs and keeps it comfortable. If I'm going to be working in there I might crank it up for a bit. I clean it every 3rd day. I'd make this purchase again without hesitation. Don't forget a quality surge protector to protect the control board. I'm using one with 1200 joules of protection. The closest thing I can say negative is that I agree with others that replacement parts really seem to be out of line. I hope I never need anything.
Date published: 2018-02-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible Nothing but problems with this stove, ended up needing them to send a brand new unit. No heat for days, PelPro denied the issues and kept sending broken dials.More of a PelPro issue than Tractor Supply but the wait time was ridiculous.
Date published: 2018-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Stove I bought this two years ago to use in a seasonal cabin in Northern Wisconsin. It has provided great heat for 2 deer hunting seasons. Reason I wanted to post is review is power issues. I lost my neutral wire coming to my cabin(tree) and 220 volts was put to my pellet burner, destroying the control board. The owners manual states to use a quality power strip. I wish I had. It would have saved me cost of a control board and installation time.
Date published: 2018-01-15
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Can anyone tell me the height of the rear vent? We have an existing vent from our previous pellet stove and need to be sure this will be either below or even with that vent.

Asked by: MLNo
The rear exhaust/chimney outlet for the PP60 is 12 inches from the floor to the center of the opening. If it helps, the PP130 has a lower exhaust and is 9.5 inches from the floor to the center of the outlet.
Answered by: PelPro Stoves
Date published: 2017-09-20

Does the pellets make your house smell of wood or smoke? And does the smoke put film on your walls ?

Asked by: Dee65
With proper ventilation and care of your stove there will be very little smell or smoke. Occasionally a slight amount of smoke will stir up when refueling.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-01-15

Can this product be vented through a basement window

Asked by: KB65
In general, it is better to look for another option before trying to install through a window. Several conditions and precautions must be met before a window could be a good option for installing a pellet stove. Please refer to the installation manual on pages 26-29 http://www.pelprostoves.com/Installation/Installation-Manuals.aspx and check with your local building codes to ensure a safe installation.
Answered by: PelPro Stoves
Date published: 2018-07-16

How hot does outside of unit get I have 3 dogs and worried about someone getting burned this is my first pellet stove

Asked by: Bronxjarhead
The front, sides and glass get quite hot after the stove has run for a while but animals tend to realize this and keep a safe distance from the hot surfaces. A stand-alone fire screen is a good option to shield the stove from curious children and animals.
Answered by: PelPro Stoves
Date published: 2017-10-05

HOW BIG IS BAG OF PELLETS AND HOW LONG DTO THEY LAST ( BURN FOR )

Asked by: LADYINTHESWAMPWOODS
A bag of wood pellets is 40 pounds and a pallet of pellets contains 50 bags. How much a stove burns depends on the space that you are trying to heat but typically in the coldest part of the winter a bag per day is normal. During Fall or late Winter a bag may last 2-3 days. An average home using the PP60 to stay warm (in a cold part of the US) burns about 2 tons per year. Our larger stoves (PP130 and TSC90) burn 2-3 tons of fuel but they give off more heat. A good resource to learn more about heating with wood pellets is: www.pelletheat.org/pellets.
Answered by: PelPro Stoves
Date published: 2017-09-11

Our PelProPP60 dumps the pellets but does not ignite. What would you check first?

Asked by: Gibbyat home
Hello, if you give our toll-free Tech Support a call at (877) 427-3316, they can walk you through troubleshooting and determine the best solution.
Answered by: PelPro Stoves
Date published: 2018-04-26

How do you attach the fresh air intake to the back of this stove. It came with one, but the manual states to attach to the 2" pipe on the back, which clearly does not have one.

Asked by: MikeAnderson
There is a small "knock out" on the back of the stove that the pipe slides through to connect to the fresh air pipe is inside. Removing the side right panel makes it easy to connect the flex pipe. If you have any further installation questions please call us at: (877) 427-3316.
Answered by: PelPro Stoves
Date published: 2017-09-13

does this stove have a 12 volt back up available if power goes out?

Asked by: stcarlsen
You can use this stove with an power inverter and a deep-cycle battery or a generator. The advantage to a generator is that you can also keep your refrigerator running so your food does not spoil.
Answered by: PelPro Stoves
Date published: 2017-09-07
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