Model # TR007

Internet #203630383

0086738191777

Vogelzang

Ponderosa 3,200 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove with Blower

  • Designed to burn for up to 14 hours
  • Includes a large cast iron feed door with ceramic glass window
  • Made from heavy gauge 3/16 in. plate steel
$ 1,066 99
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Product Overview

  • Designed to burn for up to 14 hours
  • Includes a large cast iron feed door with ceramic glass window
  • Made from heavy gauge 3/16 in. plate steel
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
  • Click to learn more about wood and wood pellet stoves in our buying guide
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Designed to burn for up to 14 hours
  • Includes a large cast iron feed door with ceramic glass window
  • Made from heavy gauge 3/16 in. plate steel
Model #: TR007
Internet #: 203630383

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
  • Click to learn more about wood and wood pellet stoves in our buying guide
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Price
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
37.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
32.5 in
Assembled Width (in.)
23.75 in
Firebox Depth (in.)
26.0
Firebox Height (in.)
12.5
Firebox Width (in.)
20.5
Log Capacity Length (in.)
22

Details

Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)
3200
Assembly Required
Yes
Color Family
Black
Features
Pedestal Base,Rear heat shield,Side heat shield
Heat Output (BTU/hour)
152000
Included
Blower,No Additional Items Included
Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
400lb
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Classic,Farmhouse,Rustic,Southwestern

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
EPA Approved
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years Firebox, Flue Collar and Door 1 year remainder

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
37.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
32.5 in
Assembled Width (in.)
23.75 in
Firebox Depth (in.)
26.0
Firebox Height (in.)
12.5
Firebox Width (in.)
20.5
Log Capacity Length (in.)
22

Details

Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)
3200
Assembly Required
Yes
Color Family
Black
Features
Pedestal Base,Rear heat shield,Side heat shield
Heat Output (BTU/hour)
152000
Included
Blower,No Additional Items Included
Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
400lb
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Classic,Farmhouse,Rustic,Southwestern

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
EPA Approved
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years Firebox, Flue Collar and Door 1 year remainder

Questions & Answers

Does the air intake need to be supplied from outside the building only?

Does the air intake need to be supplied from outside the building only?
Asked by: Eoin
+ I dont think you need to but it would be more efficient to use outside air
Answered by: Mat
Date published: 2018-01-31

How do the dampers work?

How do the dampers work?
Asked by: wayne
I want to revise my scathing question/statement. I stayed home today and had not had a fire in the Ponderosa all weekend so it was good and out. I cleaned out the ash and then started checking the primary damper and discovered it is working fine. Its a little sloppy in its fit, but it slides open and closed like its suppose to. I found my problem, and have to admit it was no fault of this stove. I had installed a damper in the pipe above the stove (even though the manual says you dont need to) and had it in so that its flapper was not lined up with the handle in any way. So it was closed when we thought it was open etc. I removed it from the stove pipe and today the stove seems to be functioning quite well, I even over fired it a bit and now smoke exits up the chimney even when you open door to load it. So I think the problem was all mine and its functioning well. I owe them an apology as of now, it seems to be working well.
Answered by: hellowyo
Date published: 2018-12-04

How tall is the opening where you put the wood in?

Some wood stoves I have seen have a very short opening, around 9 inches which in my opinion is way too short even if the length is long enough. Just bought a new house and I want to replace the pellet stove. Our last wood stove worked great and I had no problem loading big pieces of wood.
Asked by: NewHomeowner
9-1/4 Inches
Answered by: Debra
Date published: 2018-10-23

does this stove need a demper in stove pipe

does this stove need a demper in stove pipe
Asked by: hillbillie
No, a pipe damper isn't needed with this stove. The controls in the front just under the door work great.
Answered by: Happy
Date published: 2018-03-04
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Customer Reviews

Ponderosa 3,200 sq. ft. Wood-Burning Stove with Blower is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Stove This stove is totally amazing. I researched dozens of stoves and decided to purchase this one. WOW. I lit the first fire while it was outside so the oil burn off wouldn't be inside. I would highly recommend doing this. The next day we put it in. Lit the first fire with a few small pieces of aspen. Brought the temperature up so that the upper burn tubes lit. Closed the door and adjusted the vents. This thing will run you out of the house if you let it. I split two 8" aspen logs into 4ths. I feed two pieces at a time so as not to overheat it. It took all day to burn up those 8 small pieces of wood. Later I put two halves in an closed the vents. My heavens, I couldn't see any smoke coming out of the chimney. Burns perfectly clean. If your looking for an incredible stove for a good price this is it. I have been totally amazed at how well it works and how easy it is to control. My only regret is that I didn't buy one years ago.
Date published: 2015-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have had this stove for 2 years now. I absolutely love it. I now use half the amount of wood th... I have had this stove for 2 years now. I absolutely love it. I now use half the amount of wood that I used to use with my old Hurricane. I used to have to clean my stove pipe every month but I'm on 2 years and still have absolutely no build up in my pipe. When you get this thing up to operating temp and the double burners kick in there is hardly any smoke coming out. You have to really look for it. You have to follow the instructions on how to build a top down fire unlike the old ways of a bottom up fire. Love the double air vent controls. I would recommend a pipe damper though. I left mine in from my old stove and I'm glad I did. It gives you so much more air control. I spent a lot of time researching different stoves and this one had all the features I was looking for without the high cost of some fancy names out there. Dual air controls. Easy clean out with the ash bin in the bottom. I got the fan with mine. Now that I would say was a waste of money, it's noisy and doesn't move much air, I'm looking for a different option for that right now. I have a 3700 sq. ft home and it heats it nicely. I would highly recommend this stove.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-11-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I wanted to love it.... After much research and reading of reviews, my husband and I decided on this stove for our basement to keep the 2000 square feet warm. The first couple of days we kinda liked it and thought we had it figured out. Since then, though, it’s been nothing but a headache. Literally. This stove smokes so bad that it gives us all a headache. We’ve been troubleshooting for days trying to figure out why it’s smoking so badly. We’re pretty handy people and this piece of junk has us baffled. Oh, and the blower? Don’t waste your time. What a joke. Our Home Depot is over 100 miles away, so returning it is not an easy task. I’ve never regretted a purchase as much as this. If you’re looking for a smoker instead of a wood burning stove, then I’ve got one to sell. We will be shoving this back out the door and put our old wood hog back in it’s place.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have been heating my home with wood (exclusively) for 37 years. Live on 17 wooded acres ... fr... I have been heating my home with wood (exclusively) for 37 years. Live on 17 wooded acres ... free wood = free heat. I am still using my original Baker Double Eagle but this year decided to give this newer technology a whirl. Though it is more efficient at burning the typically wasted gases, I am not impressed with the heat output. I do not think this stove will keep my 2400 sq ft house warm in the middle of winter like my trusty old Baker. The claims that it will heat a 3000 sq ft plus house, in my opinion, is bogus. Furthermore, the fan, quite bluntly, sucks. It is very noisy and not very good at air movement. I am hanging onto my Baker just in case I need real heat when it gets colder ... current nightly temps are in the low 30's. This is my initial inkling and my opinion may change after I complete one heating season with this stove. If so, I will update my opinon on the heat output but the blower will still suck ....
Date published: 2018-10-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This stove replaced a 32 year old Fisher baby bear which heated our 1800sq. ft. home even in the ... This stove replaced a 32 year old Fisher baby bear which heated our 1800sq. ft. home even in the coldest part of the winter here in the northeast. We purchased this stove and have had it burning for two weeks now and it does not heat the house and it's only Nov. May have to install the old stove and send this one back. I have tried numerous times to contact Vogelzang (which is almost impossible - they don't return calls). Finally waited on the phone approx. 30 minutes for a representative and told her my model was a TR007. She asked me to send pictures of the install which I did - got an e-mail response two days later asking if I had the correct 4" PELLET pipe!!! The stove looks pretty but does not produce heat unless you leave the door cracked open. The temperature gauge mounted 18" on the stack above the stove will not get above 300 degrees. The last conversation with the rep. I was told I would have to line my 8X8 terracotta masonry chimney with 6" pipe. I even went so far as to mount a small fan blowing into the fresh air intake to try to get more air into the stove to no avail. So if someone wants a slightly used stove check with Vogelzang be cause this one is being returned.
Date published: 2018-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-05-26
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