Wood Burning Stoves and Accessories
Forced Air Wood Burning Stoves
Move heat naturally, heating your building without fans or electricity, making them a great choice for Off-Grid Applications. Our Fire drafting design creates a forced air effect without the need for a fan or electicity, which also burns cleaner with less ashes in the end! Easy burn control allows you to regulate your temperature with in the space you want to heat! Excellent fire keepers for those long winter nights!
These stoves are built with ¼” rounded bodies for the firebox. The round sides can contract and expand with the changes of temperature in the fire box., which reduces the chance of warping the fire box. These stoves are designed to use with no duck work or with cold air return ducts. Stoves designed for hot air ducts are the Natural Ductwork Stoves. There is no need for a fan to move air! However if you decide you don’t trust natural gravity, there is no problem hooking up a fan to the unit. You will need to place your order with how you need to be set up.
O Series Top Fired Stove
The Deluxe Stoves have thermostats to regulate the bottom draft, which is required for the burning of coal. But it is not much of a plus for burning wood. The top down draft is not used when burning coal
Shaker Grate Ash Pans have a shaker grate built into the bottom of the stove with an airtight open-end ash pan to scoop out the ashes with a shaker handle in the back of the stove
The O-Series Top Fired Stoves have a fire drafting design that creates a forced air effect without the need for a fan or electricity, which also burns cleaner with less ashes in the end! Excellent fire keeper for those long winter nights!
These stoves are built with 1/4" rounded bodies for the fire box. The round sides can contract and expand the changes in temperature in the fire box, which reduces the chance of warping the fore box.
We discourage square or rectangular stove bodies as they are much more likely to warp than round or oval stoves. All stoves have air circulation pipes built in to draw the cold air off the floor. As the hot air rises to the ceiling, it brings the cold air up through the pipes, heating it as it rises.
The damper built into the smoke outlet allows a direct opening to create a draft for starting new fires. When the damper is closed, it concentrates the wood burning gases, allowing more heat efficiency with cleaner emissions. Manual Draft controls allow a very accurate temperature control, which eliminates the need for an expensive thermostat.
These stoves are built with 1/4" steel and have internal bracing on the top and around the doors to help prevent warping. The round body design allows the stove to expand and contract as it heats up and cools down, which greatly reduces the chance of warping the stove.
Model 0-18 Model 0-24
Overall W/H/L 22"x28"x28" 27"x34"x37"
Door Size 9"x11" 11"x17"
Flue Size 6" 8"
E - with double wall, no ash pan, wood only $1290 $1677
S - with double wall and shaker grate ash pan, wood only $1577 $1964
D - with double wall and shaker grate ash pan with thermostat wood or coal $1863 $2250
#1 Draft Controls
#2 Fire Door
#3 Smoke Flue
#4 Hot air circulating pipes draw the hot air off the floor, heating as it rises, while assisting to move the air through the room.
#5 Double Wall is open on top and bottom and it circulates hot air with in the room while creating a barrier from the intense heat from the fire box. It impoves your heating capability quite a lot.
#6 Built in damper Helps to control your fire for cleaner emissions.
The G Series Front Fired Stoves
The unique drafting design creates a forced-air effect without the need for a fan or electricity, which burns cleaner and with less ashes in the end when burning wood.
Excellent fire keeper for those long winter nights!
Easy burn control allows you to regulate your temperature within the space you want to heat.
Front fired design makes it easy to load the stove with bigger logs and pieces to build up your coal bed for night fires!
When there is a heavy bed of coals when you fill the stove with wood for the night, the stove can be adjusted to burn slowly and still keep the heat to maintain your temperature.
These Stoves are built with 1/4" rounded bodies for the fire box. The round sides can contract and expand with the changes of temperature in the fire box, which reduces the chance of warping the fire box.
This larger size G-Series stove makes an excellent greenhouse stove. With the outside firing front it makes it very easy to stoke the fire from outside the greenhouse and prevents smoke getting inside greenhouses.
The fronts and doors have internal bracing to help reduce warping. The double walls are 1/8" steel.
The smoke flue has a built-in damper that helps regulate the burn. It can be opened for adding more wood and can be adjusted as needed for best performance. Natural gravity heating systems move the heat naturally without electricity or fans.
These stoves are designed with an open bottom to draw the cold air off the floor and up through the air heating passage to circulate the air as fast as possible. Drawing cold air off the corners of a large area creates a faster and more even heating, as the cold air is replaced with hot air.
G-30 G-36 G-48 G-60
Overall W/H/L 28"x44"x311/2" 34"x52"x371/2" 34"x52"x491/2" 40"x56"x611/2"
Door Size 11"x16" 13"x18" 13"x18" 18"x23"
Flue Size 8" 8" 8" 8"
Return Port 6"x4 ports 6"x6 ports 6"x8 ports
S - with double wall and shaker grate ash pan, wood only
D - with double wall and shaker grate ash pan w/thermostat, wood or coal $3225 $3583 $3870 $4229
Add $172 For Glass Door Option $3512 $3870 $4158 $4516
Outside Firing Front for connection to building $1505
D- Series Front Fired Stove- Natural Draft Duct Work
With the Natural Gravity (N.G.) System, it is very important to have your cool air returns hooked up to the return parts on the stove as this is where the air cycle is born. Since heat always rises, the hot air will always need to be replaced. As it rises it draws the cool air off the floors through the return ducts into the heating chamber of the stove, heating it as it rises back up into the room as hot air! Therefore, you are continuously moving and heating the air within the area you want to heat, creating a very evenly heated room. All this provided your cool air returns are placed correctly. When all your heat ducts and cool air return ducts are hooked up to your upper stories, there will be very minimal heating in the lower story where the heating unit is located. This can be a plus if desired, and easily remedied if not desired. By opening one heat port for the basement and one return port for the basement, all units have four return ports and two heat ports. But if more ports are needed, they can be ordered that way.
With the N.G. System, it works well to have your heat come into the largest room and area. This draws the heat from the larger rooms in through the smaller rooms as it heads back to the furnace to renew its cycle. If the old, forced air system was setup to have heat registers all along the outer wall and in all the rooms and you prefer to keep it that way, we would recommend putting the cool air returns in the center of the house at the farthest point away from the heat ducts. This is recommended because if your heat duct and your return ducts are next to or too close to each other, you will not be likely to have as full coverage cycle. This would result in more unevenly heated room. When clean air is a must and having the cool ducts on the floor is a problem, we solve the problem with duct work to fit the needs.
D-30 D-36 D48 D-60
Overall W/H/L 28"x44"x311/2" 34"x52"x371/2" 4"x52"x491/2" 40"x56"611/2"
Door Size 11"x16" 13"x16" 13"x18" 18"x23"
Flue Size 8" 8" 8" 8"
Return Port 6"x4 ports 6"x6 ports 6"x8 ports
S - with double wall and shaker grate ash pan, wood only $3370 $3727 $4015 $4301
D - with double wall and shaker grate ash pan w/thermostat, wood or coal $3655 $4013 $4301 $4659
Glass Door Option add - $172