Model # 1600EF

Internet #202549451

US Stove 3,000 sq. ft. Outdoor Coal / Wood-Burning Stove / Furnace
0012685160252

US Stove

3,000 sq. ft. Outdoor Coal / Wood-Burning Stove / Furnace

$2,883.99 /each

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The 1600EF Outdoor Furnace is designed to use in conjunction with your existing HVAC ductwork and work seamlessly with your existing furnace while leaving the mess to the great outdoors. With up to 180,000 BTUs it is designed to heat a home up to 3,000 sq. ft. This unit is made with a firebrick and cast iron lined firebox surrounded by powder coated all-weather steel shell that is over lapped for a tighter weather seal. Connection to your existing ductwork is easy with the 10 in. heat outlet and 12 in. supply.

  • Heat output 67,000 - 180,000 BTUs per hour
  • Heating capacity: 2,000-3,000 sq. ft.
  • Massive 1,800 CFM blower
  • 6 in. flue collar
  • 10 in. heat outlet
  • Handles up to 28 in. log or 160 lbs. of coal
  • Secondary heat exchanger with firebrick baffle for extra-long life
  • Manual damper system allows fine tuning for maximum efficiency
  • Firebrick lined firebox to boost efficiency and heating capacity
  • Separate ash door with removable dump pan
  • Removable replaceable shaker grates handle included
  • Chimney adapter kits sold seperately
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Do you have to hook it up to an existing duct work? Or just use it as an air forced system?

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October 20, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our product. This unit must be hooked up into existing duct work, as well as have an air return line coming from the home.
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How long is burn time

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October 17, 2016
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This Furnace can burn approximately 8 to 10 hours on a load of Fuel.
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How do you hook it up to heat your water?

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September 22, 2016
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This Furnace will accept the installation of a Domestic Hot Water Coil Kit. The U.S. Stove kit is a 1124 Water Coil and it may be purchased from your local dealer.
1. Remove the access panel on the rear of the furnace enclosure.
2. With a utility knife, cut away a section of the insulation directly behind the access panel.
3. Remove the cover plate from the rear of the furnace firebox.
4. Place one nut
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This Furnace will accept the installation of a Domestic Hot Water Coil Kit. The U.S. Stove kit is a 1124 Water Coil and it may be purchased from your local dealer.
1. Remove the access panel on the rear of the furnace enclosure.
2. With a utility knife, cut away a section of the insulation directly behind the access panel.
3. Remove the cover plate from the rear of the furnace firebox.
4. Place one nut on each end of the water coil and thread each nut up to the end of the threads on the coil.
5. Insert the coil through the holes from the inside of the firebox. Install a gasket, washer and nut onto each end of the water coil. Tighten the nuts down securely to insure an air tight seal.
The installation is now ready to be plumbed to your existing hot water system. Choose one of the three methods described in the Hot Water Coil instructions.
6. Remove knockouts from the access panel and re-attach to the furnace enclosure.
However we recommend you to have a qualified plumber connect your domestic hot water pipe to the coil with the appropriate fittings. Read Less
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Can this be hooked to a moblie home

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This Furnace may be installed into a Mobile home provided that the proper insulated duct work is in stalled properly. Please be sure to meet the specified minimum clearances as specified in the manual. also, it is designed to heat up to 3,000 Sq. Ft. so using it in a small single width home.
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3,000 sq. ft. Outdoor Coal / Wood-Burning Stove / Furnace is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Us stove 3000 sq ft outdoor stove 1600 EF Those stove has been great. I think if you have problems with it you don't know how to run a wood stove. I heat a space of just under 3000 sq ft and I have no problems keeping my house warm. I have my stove twenty three feet away from house and no loss of power. Even when - 20 below my house is 78 degrees inside. I recommend this product just set it up right. I built a shed around my burner which I'm sure helps. But great stove. Uses much less wood than boilers
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