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US Stove Wood Furnace, 2,750 sq. ft. EPA Certified with Dual 550 CFM Blowers

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Revolutionary design and unparalleled performance make this wood furnace one of the cleanest on the market. It is EPA certified to the latest standards for clean emisisons. The large feed door makes loading a breeze, while the large glass window makes it easy to see when to load wood. The large ash drawer makes cleanups easy. This furnace somes with dual heat outlets and two 550 CFM blowers for redundant performance. A wood burning furnace is cheaper to operate than traditional oil furnaces, allowing it to pay for itself in savings each year.

  • Dual heat outlets and two 550 CFM blowers for redundant performance
  • EPA Certified to B415.11 Emissions Certification
  • Thermostat hookup capable
  • Adjustable intake
  • Up to 24 in. log length
  • 13.5 in. x 9.5 in. feed opening
  • Up to 140,000 BTU output

Specification Description
Power Type: Wood
Log Size: 22 in.
Warranty: 3-Year Limited
Area Covered: 2,750 sq. ft.
Blower: Yes
Brand: US Stove
Product Type: Wood Furnaces
Product Height: 38-1/4 in.
BTUs: 140000
Product Length: 40-3/4 in.
Product Width: 26-1/5 in.
Manufacturer Part Number CF700M
US Stove Wood Furnace, 2,750 sq. ft. EPA Certified with Dual 550 CFM Blowers is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Terribly disappointed. Heats my basement to 104 degrees but not through rest of the house blowers don't move the air. Insufficient amount of air movement with blowers provided... fire box over heats
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great so far. Switched this for a Hotblast, and itI has gone through 6 fires. The other reviewer is correct, there is only a louvre, no thermostat like the Hotblast has. I put a thermometer on the exhaust stove pipe, and it didn't get very far into the run mode, so it controls the cold air draft fine. To meet EPA standards, you can't choke down on the fire (like on the Hotblast) as it will get too cool for a sufficient burn (it does not have a catalytic converter) When I first burned it with just the fans on the back, the thermodisk kept cycling on and off. I called tech support and they said the cold air coming into the fans causes the cycling. They further stated that the back of the stove needs to be enclosed so it pulls heat off the stove, not cold air off the floor. There is nothing discussed about this in the user manual. I welded up a frame with a 20X24 furnace filter and enclosed the back and top, so it draws hot air into the fans and it works great. It also sends much hotter air through the plenum than the Hotblast did. It also sends much less into the room where the wood furnace is located. It also is using about half the amount of wood for an equivalent burn.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No thermostat controlled Not controllable by thermostat. Took back with. No problems. Us stoves fault not TSC. TSC was great.
Date published: 2016-11-29
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Is it required to hook up with duct work or can it be used as a wood stove on its own

Asked by: Kchills
You are required to put duct work with this unit.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-01-14

What size is the chimney, 6"?

Asked by: Stevenski
Yes, it is 6".
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2016-09-21

Are there recommended installers, or is this only do it yourself?

Asked by: SQIAM
It is recommended that you have in professionally installed. Usually you can find an HVAC installer that will do this. You can also call local chimney cleaners and some install and some know who in your area do. There is no area specific list. Thank you.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2016-10-04

What is required for the return air

Asked by: RubyBegonia
The return air must be equivalent or greater than the size of the plenum.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2016-09-15

What is the burn time on average

Asked by: Cantin tr
Average burn time for a full load on these furnaces is roughly 7-8 hours. There are a number of factors that go into determining exactly how long you will get out of a load but 7-8 hours is about average.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2016-10-03
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