Created to use with your existing HVAC ductwork and partner with your existing furnace, the US Stove 1300 Furnace provides affordable and efficient home heating. This wood and coal burning furnace is firebrick lined, so it traps in the most possible heat to offer long-term warmth to spaces as large as 1,900 square feet. By combining the 550 CFM blower that ensures powerful, even heating and the automatic damper that regulates air flow, this model provides optimal heating.
A powerful 550 cubic-feet-per-minute (CFM) blower moves warm air quickly throughout your space through dual 8” diameter heat outlets. The blower (along with 115,000 BTUs) provides the power while the outlets maximize the heat output. Duct this model to your HVAC system and spread warm air throughout homes as large as 1,900 square feet.
The US Stove 1300 uses firebrick lining to protect plate steel components from the intense heat and extend the life of your furnace. This also provides great energy efficiency. In addition, an automatic bi-metal draft damper continuously adjusts the airflow to regulate combustion and further ensure maximum heat output.
Use wood or coal to heat the US Stove 1300 Wood & Coal Furnace. The large firebox allows for logs up to 21 inches in length or 50 pounds worth of coal.
Removable Dump Pan: Use the separate ash door and removable dump pan for easy cleaning.
Durable Design: Extra heavy-duty cast-iron doors, grates, and liners make the US Stove 1300 last for years.
With twin 550 CFM blowers and up to 115,000 BTUs of power, this wood or coal burning furnace can heat homes as large as 1,900 square feet.
What Customers Love
Versatile Options: Use this model with your existing furnace or act as its own and should be ducted into your current HVAC system.
Natural Heating: The US Stove 1300 heats large spaces by burning natural resources, which makes it an eco-friendly choice.
Things to Consider
Installation: Installation materials have to be purchased separately.
Not Approved in Some Places: This model is not approved for sale in WA or CA; it also can’t be used in mobile homes.