Use the US Stove 1500 Wood & Coal Furnace in conjunction with your HVAC ductwork and existing furnace to heat large residential or industrial spaces as large as 2,500 square feet. This model maximizes heat output with up to 139,000 BTUs, twin 550 cubic-feet-per-minute (CFM) blowers, and two 8-inch heat outlets. By naturally burning wood or coal, the US Stove 1500 is an energy-efficient way to add heat to an inefficient or old furnace.
This wood and coal burning furnace is firebrick lined, so it traps in heat to offer long-term warmth. The firebrick lining also protects its steel components from the intense heat, which extends the life of your furnace. Easily connect US Stove 1500 Furnace to your existing ductwork with two 8-inch diameter heat outlets. Once connected, this furnace uses twin 550 CFM blowers and 138,000 BTUs of power to push air throughout your space.
In addition, an automatic bi-metal draft damper continuously adjusts the airflow to regulate combustion and further ensure maximum heat output.
Large Heating Capacity
The US Stove Medium Wood/Coal Furnace burns wood or coal as fuel to heat your home. A large firebox allows for logs up to 26 inches in length or up to 70 pounds of coal. This not only adds heat, but it also means your fire will burn for longer periods of time.
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 1500 Furnace last for years.
Replaceable Shaker Grate: The shaker grates, which help provide maximum air flow, come with a handle and can be easily replaced.
Additional Filter: You can add more filtration to your US Stove 1500 with the US Stove Universal Filter Box.
Duct this furnace into your HVAC system and use it in conjunction with your existing furnace to provide additional heat to residential or industrial spaces as large as 2,500 square feet.
What Customers Love
Multiple Fuel Options: Efficiently and naturally heat your home by burning wood or coal.
Firebrick Lined: Designed to protect the furnace and lengthen its life, the firebrick lining can withstand extreme heat to allow for greater energy efficiency and even heating.
Things to Consider
Installation: Installation materials must 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.