Model # TR007

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Vogelzang Ponderosa 3,000 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove with Blower
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Vogelzang

Ponderosa 3,000 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove with Blower

$1,191.56 /each

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Our Ponderosa is the biggest woodstove that we make and it pumps out big heat. This beautiful 3/16 in. steel stove is also one of the cleanest burning, EPA certified stoves on the market (without catalyst). It's clean lines and simple design compliment many interior designs.

  • Heavy gauge 3/16 in. reinforced plate steel with firebrick lining
  • Cast iron feed door with large ceramic glass window (15 in. x 9 in.)
  • Adjustable high speed (100 CFM) blower
  • Safety tested to UL standard 1482-2010/ULC-S627-00
  • Large ash drawer for easy ash removal
  • Burns up to 14 hours on one fueling
  • Holds up to 30 lbs. of wood
  • EPA certified airtight
  • Efficiency rating = 82%
  • Accepts 22 in. logs
  • Canadian listed
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Does this stove have air tubes

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September 29, 2016
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This wood stove has a vent and secondary combustion tubes.
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September 29, 2016
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Yes it does. It has 6.
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Can this unit be used without the pedestal as a fireplace insert?

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February 24, 2016
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No, this unit can not be modified. If you are looking for an insert, look into the TR004.
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February 24, 2016
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This product must be used with the pedastal.
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does this stove need a damper in the pipe?

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November 14, 2015
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I always put dampers in just as an added safety feature just in case something goes wrong and I need to restrict the air as much as possible. To say that it has to have one, I don't believe so. But for me my thought is always better safe than sorry.
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November 11, 2015
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Since this stove is EPA certified it is not recommended that you install a damper in the Flue. The stove has an intake damper to control the fire.
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At what temperature does the fan turn on

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September 30, 2016
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The blowers on these units do not come on automatically. They just have a rheostat knob that turns them on and off.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best wood stove ever! This wood stove is a must! It's got plenty of room for wood and I'd recommend to anyone. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really Happy With It I was worried about some of the bad reviews, but our budget dictated this stove, and I am very happy with it. I do have a word of warning before I get in to the review: the manual specs say the stove pipe must be 19 inches away from the wall, while the back of the stove must be 17 inches minimum. Having both happen at the same time is not possible, and the installation instructions caused us to cut the hole in the ceiling 2 inches too close to the wall; when the pipe is 19 inches from the wall, the back of the stove is 15 inches from the wall, it is physically impossible to have the pipe 19 inches from the wall and the back 17 inches. We solved the problem, but people should know: when installing, MEASURE THE DISTANCE FROM THE BACK OF THE STOVE, AND POSITION THE PIPE HOLE ACCORDINGLY once you've properly measured the stove. Now, about the stove, we have a 2400 square foot house and this thing heats the entire house. I have read some of the descriptions of starting problems, i.e. having to have the door open, but I have only had this problem when the wood isn't sufficiently seasoned. The first time we fired it up, the house reached 80 degrees and we had to open windows to cool off. It functions perfectly if you follow the instructions and use dry wood; at least it has for me. I've had oak coals still red in it after 12 hours, allowing me to load it up before bed and still have coals to aid in getting a fire going in the morning. It isn't fancy and there are no frills, but it heats and looks good enough in our living room. I am very happy with it. May 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Vogelzang ponderosa Burns great and i get around 6 hours on a load of pine,after 8 hours all i need to do is add wood and the coals will light the wood on fire. March 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth raving about Sounded great from the spec, but isn't living up to expectations. It won't start properly without leaving the door open. then, once started burns quite cold. it seems there is not enough airflow getting into it, even with the cheaply made air adjusters wide open. Even once started, with a fire blazing, it will tame down to a smolder with the door sealed and the air adjusters wide open. Air adjusters closed will nearly put the fire out. I'm going to try to drill some more holes in the air entry to see if it will improve. The outlet is obviously fine since it wakes up with the door cracked, so it's not letting enough air in to support it's size. don't bother with the blower on the back. It makes more noise than it's worth. And the base with the ash tray is about useless. You need to clean the entire bottom out to be able to pull the plug out to get the ashes to the ash tray. By that point you've already cleaned it. then the gasket falls off the plug. So the ash pan is a worthless addition, as is the fan. It will take a huge log. That is nice Overall, I guess we're quite disappointed in this fireplace, even at the price. February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Blower design is not what I was expecting Still learning how to burn this stove, seems to make a lot of charcoal. Blower design restricted at back panel, creates a lot of noise and not much air movement. Enjoy the glass panel door, and looks good. Was a replacement for older stove, easy to assemble and install. January 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good so far Holds a lot of wood north to south. The smoke must travel to the front of the stove in order to then travel up then back to the flue. Good for burn tubes but some comes out when the door is open. Stove is so tight that you need to leave the door open to get it ripping so you get some smoke in the house. Maybe that's normal. My last stove was a VC old cast stove. Now I have the hang of it....she's a beast. I got the model with legs. Has no outside air kit unless you get the pedestal. The blower is weak. Once firebox is full, you have to be careful not to damage the burn tubes with the last log. Long burn time but not the advertised 14 hours. After 10 she's still putting heat off. By 12 you're almost out of coals. November 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wow! lots of heat. warms house up quickly! Excellent stove..... but just make sure on your first start up you keep that square metal lid in place in middle of floor of wood stove....also be prepared as with ALL new stoves for some smoke to come from new paint...paint has to cure so your gonna get some and smell from it at all 3 burn stages.....light fire, medium fire and roaring fire....once it has gone through this, you will have a wonderful wood stove that is very efficient. November 22, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Worth the money This is a perfectly good stove. It is one of 5 we own and use, this one is in a 2800 sq ft building. I takes somewhat longer logs and makes more heat than most others, but does not throttle down as well as some of the more expensive stoves. It comes with a blower that is reasonably effective. I'm completely happy with it for the purpose we are using it. December 8, 2015
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