This US Stove Outdoor Warm Air Furnace adds cost-effective, environmentally friendly heat to homes without the mess and without sacrificing valuable floor space. U.S.A. Firebox Size W x D in. 18 1/2 x 19 3/4, Dimensions W x D x H in. 29 x 65 x 56, Stove Pipe Included No, Blower CFM 1,800, Thermostat Included Yes, Door Opening W x H in. 13 x 13, EPA Exempt Yes, Product Type Outdoor furnace, Blower Included Yes, Heating Capability sq. ft. 3,000, Full Load Run Time Hours 8, Igniter No, Fuel Type Wood/coal, Max. Log Size Accepted L in. 28, Mobile Home Approved No, Clearance from Corner in. 15, Blower Power Supply Volts, Amps 110-120V, Heat Settings Thermostat controlled, Clearance from Side Wall in. 12, Clearance from Rear Wall in. 15, BTU Output Up to 180,000, UL UL approved, Flue Collar Size in. 6. Works with existing furnaces and HVAC duct work to heat up to 3000 square feet Easy connection to existing duct work Secondary heat exchanger with firebrick baffle for extra long life Manual damper system allows fine tuning for maximum efficiency Firebrick-lined firebox boosts efficiency and heating capacity Separate ash door with removable dump pan for easy cleaning Powder-coated, all-weather steel siding Includes prewired return air box and draft kit with thermostat Not for sale in CA, WA, VT and OR
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Customer Reviews for US Stove Outdoor Warm Air Furnace - 180,000 BTU, 1800 CFM, Model# 1600EF
Review 1 for US Stove Outdoor Warm Air Furnace - 180,000 BTU, 1800 CFM, Model# 1600EF
working well in Vermont
December 14, 2012
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the back side with duct going under new deck.
"I will admit I was a bit skeptical about an outdoor hot air furnace when I first considered this unit. With the new regulations here concerning out door units being permitted I was surprised to find all of the regulations were specificly written for boilers. Nowhere was mentioned hot air furnaces. Also after doing some research I found I could completely install this unit myself and the total cost would be about the same as just the boiler would cost. We received our furnace in November and it only took a few hours to get it set up. Now that doesn't include building a deck and a couple of other projects we need to finish to make it all look good. So for about 4 thousand dollars we have it all set. It works well. It seems to use a bit more wood than our stove did but it is heating the whole house as opposed to half the stove did. We still have to see how she works when the real cold weather hits in January but I feel good that she will do just fine. Our next adventure will be to load her with coal to see how she works."
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