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US Stove

Model 1400

Internet #202569047

2,400 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove / Furnace

$1,290.60 /each

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The 1,400 add-on furnace is designed to use in conjunction with your existing HVAC ductwork and work seamlessly with your existing furnace. With twin 550 CFM blowers and up to 139,000 BTU’s it is designed to heat a home up to 2,400 sq. ft. This unit is made with a firebrick lined plate steel firebox surrounded by red powder coated steel giving the unit an eye appealing look. Connection to your existing ductwork is easy with the two 8 in. diameter heat outlets. Available accessories include the universal filter box kit.

  • Assembled dimension: 44 in. W x 26 in. D x 45 in. H
  • Installation materials are not included (i.e: floor protector, chimney connector, thimble, radiation shield, flue)
  • Twin 550 CFM blowers provide redundancy and large amounts of air flow
  • 6 in. flue collar
  • Firebrick lined to boost efficiency and heating capacity
  • Separate ash door with removable dump pan
  • Heavy duty cast iron doors, grates and liners
  • Removable replaceable grates
  • Not approved for use in mobile or modular homes
  • Wood burning only
  • Accepts logs up to 27 inches in length
  • Not available for sale in WA and CA
  • Click to learn more about wood and wood pellet stoves in our buying guide

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How hot does the flue get?

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July 22, 2016
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The flue can reach temperatures up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit.
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What voltage does the blower motor use and how many amps does it draw?

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AMPS-2.6, 120 VOLTS, 500 CFM Blower
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Is this stove able to run with a thermostat

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October 12, 2015
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Yes, with the Optional Draft Induction Kit you can install this furnace to work with a Thermostat. The thermostat will kick on and off the Draft Induction blower to heat up your home when the temperature drops below the set degrees.
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Can I buy a replacement grate for this stove?

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Check with your local dealer to see if they have the part number 40263 (Wood Grate Part Number) or if they can place a special order for you. You can always give us at United States Stove Company a call directly if your local dealer doesn’t carry the particular part at 1-800-750-2723 to speak with anyone in the parts department to order the grate for you as well.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love my furnace I bought a wood furnace from this company 10 years ago. Love that it is made in the USA!!! Anyway I think it is a 1500M. I have a 2400sf 2 story house. We added to our ductwork for the oil furnace with baffles so we can block air flow as needed. Since I bought my stove I think I have used maybe 2 tanks of oil, in ten years! We probably would not have needed to use any but occasionally did not use wood for some reason- went away or something like that. But this wood stove has been great and keeps the house toasty warm even on the coldest days below zero. BTW we only use dead trees, and we use every bit down to the smallest branch. November 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 1400 wood burner I have had one in my house and one running free in my 30/50 pole bldg. for 15 yrs and still works great and gives plenty of heat..two fans replaced over the years..burn approx. 10 cord of oak per year and still works great. Will definitely always have two.. November 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by home heater I have the Hot blast 1400 and love it, i live in a split foyer home and had to put it in the garage bleow the house. I did have HVAC company install duct work from top the plentum on the wood furnas into the top plentum on my Natural gas furnase and it works good but I need a little more than the 1100 cfm to push the air really well any Ideas on isulating the duct work would be appreaciated love my Hotblast March 7, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by very hot very fast I bought this stove before winter this year and installed it which was pretty easy. We have used it all winter and it heats our house very well. There is a few things that I would like to mention about this stove. First is that the latch on the fire box keeps getting loose and we have to keep tightening up the bolts every once and a while. Second thing is that the air inlet on the fire box door virtually doesn't work at all after only a few fires worth of creosote build up. Third thing is the steel smoke curtain, that does work really well to keep smoke in, is a real pain to load especially bigger logs into the stove. It falls down onto the log making it difficult to get wood "stacked" inside the firebox, it has also even got logs stuck in the door resulting in a few minor burns on my wife and I both. Over all it is a good stove for the price but it could really use some better parts that I'm just going to add myself come summer. February 9, 2015
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