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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
Blower: Yes
Brand: US Stove
Log Size: 22 in.
Product Height: 38-1/4 in.
Product Length: 40-3/4 in.
Product Width: 26-1/5 in.
Warranty: 3-Year Limited
Area Covered: 2,750 sq. ft.
BTUs: 140000
Power Type: Wood
Product Type: Wood Furnaces
Manufacturer Part Number CF700M
US Stove Wood Furnace, 2,750 sq. ft. EPA Certified with Dual 550 CFM Blowers is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Deal!! I bought this as a supplemental furnace to my gas furnace and should be a great addition to my getting off the grid.
Date published: 2019-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wonderfull We have been looking for one & it was on sale & we had to money so so happy we now have it & going to install this summer thanks for all of your all's help for making this happen
Date published: 2019-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great We installed the furnace in our barn and very happy with the results. We are so glad that we purchased the window unit so that we can enjoy the burning glow from the fire and are extremely impressed with the heat it delivers This furnace out performs our expectations!
Date published: 2018-11-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not even close to its claims Bought this in 2016. Manufacturer claims ''Up to 140000 BTUs and 8- 10 hr burn time. Neither of which are even close. These furnaces are now ''EPA'' certified. What that means is they inject so much air through numerous ports including rows of tubes above the wood to re-burn all the pollutants. They also do not want you to add a flue damper on the output side of the flue. In addition, to keep the heat high in the fire chamber, they insulate the box with full fire brick lining AND insulation behind them. Internally between the firebox and the outside cabinet there's an air deflector as well. All these items do is create a hot fire inside to burn pollutants while not allowing that heat to be disbursed via the blowers. The average run time is more like 1.5 to 2 hours. I found the government EPA website that tests all these furnaces and they found it puts out around 62000 BTU - less than half the claimed 140K (which is why they write ''Up to''). I took out the upper half of brick, fabbed plates to slow the air intake and added a damper to the stack. This increase burn time but hampers output and stack temps. The only reason I bought this instead of a Hot Blast was for the glass window in the door. Thank the government for fixing what isn't broke by doing what they always do - making everything they touch much less efficient.
Date published: 2018-11-04
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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

What's the weight of the unit

Asked by: Clark 1957
520 lbs
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2019-01-29

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

height to top of exhaust flange and size

Asked by: MR jackleg
The exhaust flange is designed for a 6 inch flue. The top of the flue is 33 /8 inches from the floor.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-11-01

Can this unit be setup in a building outside?

Asked by: Bozo13
Sure. So long as it is not out in the weather elements you should be fine. We have lots of customers that install these in barns and workshops. One thing though, if you are heating a house and this is installed in as you are asking, it is extremely important for you to install the cold air return from your living space. These furnaces will heat the air flowing into them approximately 40°-60° so if it is pulling in freezing cold air from outside the living space, it will not be warm enough and will have to work harder to keep you warm.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-11-10

What kind of grates does it have?

Asked by: dave35
This does not use a grate. The firebox is lined with bricks.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2018-10-08

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
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