United States Stove Company 1602R 3000 sq. ft. Large Wood/Coal Furnace

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United States Stove Company 1602R Details
United States Stove Company 3000 sq. ft. Large Wood/Coal Furnace

The 1602R add on furnace is designed to use in conjunction with your existing HVAC ductwork and work seamlessly with your existing furnace. With twin 800 CFM blowers and up to 180,000btu’s it is designed to heat a home up to 2400 sq. ft. This unit is made with a firebrick lined plate steel firebox surrounded by brilliant red painted steel giving the unit an eye appealing look. Connection to your existing ductwork is easy with the 13” x 18” heat outlet. Available accessories include the Universal filter box Kit and Hot Water Coil kit.

Key Features

  • Twin 800 CFM blowers provide redundancy and large amounts of air flow
  • Fully insulated internal ducting ensures the most heat transfers and optimum efficiency
  • Automatic draft induction blower included
  • 6" Flue collar
  • Secondary heat exchanger with fireback baffle for extra long life
  • Manual damper system allows fine tuning for maximum efficiency
  • Firebrick lined firebox to boost efficiency and heating capacity
  • Separate ash door with removable dump pan
  • Extra-heavy duty cast iron doors, grates and liners
  • Exterior front mounted shaker handle
  • Not approved for use in mobile or modular homes

NOTE:Due to EPA and state regulations, we are not allowed to ship this to California, Oregon and to Washington State.

1602R Specifications

BTU Range: 67,758 - 180,688
Coal/Pellet Cap: 160 lbs.
Depth with blower: 50-1/2
Depth without blower: 32-1/4
Firebox depth: 29-3/4
Firebox height: 24-1/2
Firebox width: 18-1/2
Fuel Type: Wood/Coal
Heat outlet: 13" x 18"
Heating Capacity: 2,000 - 3,000 Sq. Ft.
Height: 51
Log Length: 28"
Weight: 525 lbs.
Width: 24-1/2

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    Is this an up or down draft furnace
    Asked on 11/18/2014 by Stew from Uniontown

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      This is an up-flow furnace.

      Answered on 11/24/2014 by Anonymous
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