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    Osburn 2400 High Efficiency EPA Woodburning Insert with Blower

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    List Price: $2,499.99
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    • Up to 100,000 BTU per hour output using seasoned cord wood
    • 40,900 BTU per hour output using EPA test wood
    • Heating capacity of 800 to 2,700 square foot areas
    • Firebox volume of 3.2 cubic feet
    • Can accommodate logs up to 21 inches in length
    • Adjustable handle
    • Includes blower to circulate heated air for more efficient heating
    • Features a self-cleaning ceramic glass system
    • Approved for mobile home use (requires a fresh air system)
    • Optimum operating efficiency occurs at 78%
    • Meets EPA testing standards for emissions
    • Limited lifetime warranty
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Osburn
    Part Number: OB02401
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: FSD-OB02401

    Features

    • Up to 100,000 BTU per hour output using seasoned cord wood
    • 40,900 BTU per hour output using EPA test wood
    • Heating capacity of 800 to 2,700 square foot areas
    • Firebox volume of 3.2 cubic feet
    • Can accommodate logs up to 21 inches in length
    • Adjustable handle
    • Includes blower to circulate heated air for more efficient heating
    • Features a self-cleaning ceramic glass system
    • Approved for mobile home use (requires a fresh air system)
    • Optimum operating efficiency occurs at 78%
    • Meets EPA testing standards for emissions
    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • Works with 6" pipe (sold separately)
    • Exterior Dimensions:
      • Height:  22 1/2 in.
      • Width:  31 in.
      • Depth:  30 in.
    • Door Opening Size:  19 1/2 in. W x 8 1/4 in. H
    • Firebox Dimensions:  23 in. W x 12 1/2 in. H x 16 1/2 in. D
    • Glass Viewing Area:  175 square in.
    • Weight:  545 lbs.


    *Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.

    * Please Note: In order to complete installation of this item, you must have a separately purchased door overlay kit, a faceplate shroud, and a shroud trim kit. A selection of these items are available on this item page.

    Adding a woodburning insert to your home can help increase the efficiency of heating your home in the winter, and it can create a warmer atmosphere on those cold nights. This Osburn insert operates efficiently with up to 100,000 BTUs per hour, giving it the capacity to heat up to 2,700 square feet. Each insert can use logs that are up to 21 inches long, and includes a blower that helps circulate the heated air efficiently. The small design also allows this to be compact enough to use in almost any sized home.

    Tax Credit Eligibility: Consumers who purchase a qualifying biomass (wood or pellet-burning) appliance are eligible for a $300 tax credit through an extension of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This unit is eligible for this credit; this model has a thermal efficiency rating of at least 75%. If you have purchased or are planning to purchase and install any of these models from January 1, 2015 (retroactive) until December 31, 2016, you can complete the IRS Form 5695 and include your sales receipt and file it with your tax return to earn the $300 credit.



    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Douglas from Gainesville, VA on January 10, 2015
    Why do you offer the door as an added option? Does this unit not come with a door? Also, what type of handle comes with this unit?

    By Kevin E. on January 11, 2015

    Answer:
    This insert does include a door. What is required as a separate purchase is the door overlay kit. These overlay kits are not included with the purchase as there are multiple finish options from which to choose. These can be viewed on this item's accessory page. The door will include a spiral door handle - this can be seen in the picture on the item page.

    By Cynthia Sullivan on October 17, 2011
    Is this stove catalytic? If not what is the difference?
    By Customer Service on October 17, 2011

    Answer:
    This Osburn insert is a non-catalytic appliance. In fact, none of our appliances are. The only difference is the method by which the stove achieves its high efficiency, whether that be via the use of catalytic combustors or a fully lined firebox. Over time catalytic combustors loose their efficiency and must be replaced. Non-catalytic appliances maintain their efficiency after years of service without requiring such service.

    By Steve from Coulee Dam, WA on September 9, 2015
    We are considering purchasing this Osburn 2400 High Efficiency EPA Woodburning insert. How many CFM's does the blower put out?
    By Brennan W. on September 9, 2015

    Answer:
    This blower is rated at 130 CFM.

    By Kathy from Panguitch, UT on October 27, 2016
    What size blower is included?
    By Brennan W. on October 27, 2016

    Answer:
    The blower is built directly into the insert and will not add to the dimensions listed.

    By John from Milford, CT on December 11, 2012
    How thick is the steel plate used in this model?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 11, 2012

    Answer:
    Per the manufacturer, the steel thickness used in this model is 5/16 of an inch.

    By Eli from Stafford, VA on February 15, 2015
    Does this wood burning unit come with an empty pan for ash on the bottom?
    By eFireplaceStore on February 16, 2015

    Answer:
    This unit does not include an ash pan. Like most inserts, vertical space limitations mean that the unit must be cleaned out through the door.

    By Andrew from Goshen, NY on November 28, 2014
    I have an Osborn 2400 stove. Where should I keep the temperature gauge for a true and accurate reading?
    By Tyler M. on November 28, 2014

    Answer:
    The thermometer can indeed be placed directly on top of the stove, near the flue collar for the most accurate temperatures.

    By Jerry from Burlington, KS on December 29, 2013
    I have a 1700 sq ft ranch type house built in the yearr 2000. It has good insulation, and windows, but it still gets to 0 degrees around here (Eastern Kansas). I just purchased this house and it has a wood fireplace with a fan unit. Do any of your designs use outside air for combustion and an active blower to heat inside air and leave low deposits in the chimney? I need to keep the house insurable. I have ten acres of wood lot on my property. It's not the best hardwoods, but hopefully I can find an efficient model that I can use to allow my land to provide enough to satisfy my heating needs. Will I be well served by a heated fireplace or a freestanding unit in the basement?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 30, 2013

    Answer:
    While the inserts that we carry do not have a dedicated outside combustion air intake, it is possible to add a makeup air tube within the fireplace to supply the unit with combustion air. If a dedicated air supply is a requirement, a free standing fireplace or stove would need to be used.

    By Miichael Williams from Red Hill, NM, 87829 on November 18, 2011
    Can this insert be used to replace a wood-burning Heatilator unit in a non-masonry installation?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 18, 2011

    Answer:
    This wood burning insert can only be utilized in a masonry or manufactured fireplace that is listed to accept an insert.

    If you plan on removing any existing appliance, you would need to replace it with another manufactured fireplace or a free standing stove, if clearances will allow.

    The inserts are simply not shielded well enough to be used outside of a brick fireplace or another appliance.

    By ken adler on October 17, 2011
    Hi, I am looking to upgrade my wood insert with the 2400. My only concern is the venting. My old country flame insert has just a single wall black pipe 6”, works just fine in my chimney and stove. do I need to go SS with 2400? looking at flex pipe. Do I need insulated cover on the first few feet? looking at keeping in my budget, what is the cheapest way to way to go.?
    By Customer Service on October 17, 2011

    Answer:
    A good bit of the liner requirements are dictated by the size of your masonry chimney. If the flue is not more than two times larger than the 6" vent pipe that the insert requires, you could run a short length of 6" flex liner from the insert to the bottom of the first flue tile in your chimney. If the chimney is much larger, it is recommended to install a flex or rigid liner the entire length of the chimney, with insulation. Either way, fully lining the chimney is recommended, as it will optimize the efficiency of the insert and make the unit much easier to service and clean.

    By Tim from GA on January 23, 2015
    I would like to purchase this insert. My hearth (floor level) extends 16" in front of the fireplace face. At full extension I will only have 8" of clearance to the hardwood floor from the stove door. Is that sufficient?

    By eFireplaceStore on January 23, 2015

    Answer:
    Because this is a sealed combustion appliance, the 8 inches of clearance will indeed be sufficient. However, you may want to consider using a hearth rug, if only to help keep the floor clean from falling ashes when cleaning the stove.

    By on October 17, 2011
    Been looking at regency inserts but out of my price range, local dealers scared me away with their markups. Is the 2400 as good as they claim or should I keep shopping. I heat a 2500sq' home. Been heating with medium country flame insert for 12 yrs. been ok, a lot of room for improvement.
    By Customer Service on October 17, 2011

    Answer:
    The Osburn 2400 is definitely a good choice for heating the square footage you have. SBI is the manufacturer of the Osburn line and of several other good brands such as Drolet and Flame. They are solid units that do an effective job of heating.

    By Jack from Mass on December 5, 2016
    Can I burn Bio Block in this stove?
    By Will M. on December 6, 2016

    Answer:
    Normally, this would not be allowed and the manufacturer would likely advise against this but looking at the literature for the Bio Blocks, there does not appear to be any chemical binders used in production as they are 100% natural, eliminating the risk of rapid creosote buildup. Normally, products of this type are never recommended for this reason.

    By Deve from Lebanon, OH on June 9, 2015
    A customer of mine has picked out this Osburn 2400 High Efficiency EPA wood burning insert and I was wondering if I could get the installation and rough-in directions. Do you have these? Also, do you provide vent pipe? We probably need about 15 feet in total.
    By Brennan W. on June 9, 2015

    Answer:
    That is no problem at all. The installation instructions can be viewed by following the link below:

    Product Manual

    We do indeed offer the venting as well. A 15' kit can be seen by following the link below:

    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 15 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner.

    By Scott from Cincinnati, OH on October 10, 2014
    Thank you for such a quick response my question on chimney products.
    I am planning on purchasing the Osburn 2400, I have a question on the face plate. As you can see in the attached pics, the stone facing is very rough, or uneven. On the old insert I just removed, I fabbed metal pieces just around the insert itself so all stone facing would be visible. If I purchase your faceplate with the 2400, it will be very uneven, gaps between faceplate and stone. What do you suggest?

    I am planning on purchasing the Osburn 2400. If I purchase your faceplate with it, it would be very uneven with gaps between the faceplate and the stone (as you can see in the pictures). What would you suggest I do to fix this?
    By eFireplaceStore on October 13, 2014

    Answer:
    There are a couple of options when it comes to your type of installation. The first is to use a castable brick mortar that will adhere well to the existing stone. Using the dimensions of the faceplate, you would need to apply a layer of mortar to the stone around the outside perimeter of where the faceplate will lay upon the surface. This will give the faceplate a smooth surface to sit against.

    The other option is to cut the faceplate so that it can be recessed into the opening. This will obviously be the more difficult route to pursue, as it will require precise cutting of metal.

    By Douglas A. from 95681 on November 30, 2016
    Do you have an insert, or hearth heater, suitable for installation in a modular home?
    By eFireplaceStore on December 1, 2016

    Answer:
    We offer a couple of models that meet the requirement for an outside combustion air connection, however it is important to note that this guideline will only be met if the fireplace the insert is being installed into already has combustion air routed to it. If this is the case, please provide the dimensions of your fireplace opening and I can make recommendations.

    By Douglas Stewart from 95681 on November 30, 2016
    Is a mobile home the same as a modular home with a manufactured fireplace?
    By eFireplaceStore on December 1, 2016

    Answer:
    Yes, the terms are treated interchangeably.

    By Ken from clayton, ga on November 20, 2011
    I am trying to decide between the Osburn Insert with the Bay Door vs. the door on the 2400. Is there more potential to replace the bay door in the future?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 21, 2011

    Answer:
    In selling plenty of both of these inserts, we have not noticed any difference in the dependability or durability of these doors. Both are solid units and reliably manufactured. The choice you make should be based on how you want your insert to look, as well as what you need for firebox volume and heating capability.

    The 2400 offers this standard door with less viewing area, but it has a considerably bigger firebox chamber with higher heating capability, while the 2200 offers a much bigger view with less firebox volume.

    By Neil from Chicago, IL on January 11, 2015
    Is the door cool to the touch when a fire is burning?
    By eFireplaceStore on January 12, 2015

    Answer:
    When burning the unit, the pyroceramic will be quite hot to the touch, as this is partially how heat is radiated to the room. This will generally be the case for all wood burning inserts that we offer.
    By Peter from Reno, NV on January 12, 2015

    Answer:
    No. It gets very hot. Only open and close the door with the handle unless the stove has been out for a long while, maybe even a whole day or two. The stove remains quite warm overnight.

    By Audrey from Virginia Beach, VA on December 3, 2014
    Is there a cook top for this fireplace insert? Also, what accessories do we need to install unit?
    By eFireplaceStore on December 3, 2014

    Answer:
    The manufacturer does not offer a cooking grid accessory for this model, however the top ledge can be cooked upon with cast iron cookware.

    In order to complete installation, you will need to select a door overlay, shroud, and shroud trim from the accessory menu. The shroud you pick should be large enough to completely cover your fireplace opening. Lastly, a 6 inch chimney liner will be needed to vent the unit through the existing chimney flue.

    By Allan from Paradise, CA on December 6, 2015
    I have a gas fireplace but I would like to convert it to a wood burning fireplace insert much like this Osburn 2400 high efficiency EPA woodburning insert with blower. Do you sell something that is safe for a non-masonry fireplace that I can install?
    By Will M. on December 7, 2015

    Answer:
    An installation of this kind would only be acceptable if the existing fireplace were a prefabricated wood burning fireplace with gas logs installed. Any other gas fireplace type would not be able to handle the heat produced by wood inserts and complete replacement would be the only option.

    By Gary from Casco, ME on September 27, 2015
    Is the fan system of this Osburn 2400 high efficiency EPA wood burning insert with blower quiet?
    By eFireplaceStore on September 28, 2015

    Answer:
    The rotary fan used with this insert is relatively quiet. The system is certainly audible when running, but the noise level is unobtrusive and a conversation can be had at normal speaking levels while near the unit.

    By Timothy from San Diego, CA on December 6, 2013
    Does the 2400 come in black?
    By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on December 9, 2013

    Answer:
    Yes, the insert itself is black and can be purchased with a black door overlay and black trim around the faceplate. This would give an all-black look for this insert. You can find the black door overlay and faceplate trim in the "Accessories" tab on this insert's item page.

    By Jon from Nashville, TN on October 5, 2014
    How do I get the 6" vent liner through the narrow damper in my masonary fireplace? Will I need to oval the pipe by bending it?
    By eFireplaceStore on October 6, 2014

    Answer:
    That is correct. If you are unable to gain enough space by removing the damper plate and removing the damper throat is not an option for you, the last couple of feet of liner will need to be ovalized. I recommend inserting a section of 4 x 4 lumber into the end of the liner, prior to exerting the force needed to ovalize it. This will prevent the liner from crushing and collapsing flat. Once the liner has been passed through the damper, you can round it out for attachment to the appliance adapter.

    By Mike from St Louis, MO on December 10, 2016
    Can the blower be outputted through the homes heating ducts?
    By eFireplaceStore on December 12, 2016

    Answer:
    This insert is not configured to distribute heat in this way. The blower will only recirculate air to the immediate room space.

    By Jason from Newtown, CT on September 13, 2014
    My house is 2000 square feet on one level but split in two by a hallway with bedrooms off the sides.The fireplace is on the far end of one half which has an open floor plan. I want a long burn time but it comes with high BTU. Would this unit be too large for this area? Can it be run on lower end settings without issue if I can't move heat to the second half?
    By eFireplaceStore on September 15, 2014

    Answer:
    This unit is not far enough over size to create an issue with your application. Circulating doorway fans or the central air blower can be used to move heat to the other end of the home. By pulling air into the return air vents of the central heating system, it will be better distributed. Operating the insert on a mid or low air setting will indeed cut down on overall heat output.

    By Scott from Pen Argyl, PA on December 6, 2012
    What are the minimum dimensions of the fireplace required for this insert? Would a stone fireplace be okay? How much should it cost for me to hire someone local who knows what they're doing to install it?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on December 6, 2012

    Answer:
    This insert requires a fireplace opening of 32" width, 22.75" opening height and 16.25" depth (front to back). If you have a full masonry/stone fireplace and chimney, this insert can indeed be installed inside it.

    Installation costs will vary, but, for your reference, you may use the NFI (National Fireplace Institute) website to locate a local certified installer in your area. Once there, just click on the "Public" link on the right hand side and enter your zip code. We recommend calling around and getting installation quotes for this insert.

    By Joe from Ranger, TX on September 29, 2016
    Can the door be reversed to open from the other side?
    By Brennan W. on September 29, 2016

    Answer:
    The door on this unit can not be reversed.

    By John from OH on September 29, 2016
    Can a standard 6" flexible stainless stove pipe to mason style flue liner work well with this unit? i currently have a 6" stainless flexible pipe to flue liner on my current stove and it is approximately 4 to 5 foot long to reach the flue liner.
    By Chris C. on September 29, 2016

    Answer:
    A 6" diameter flexible stainless steel chimney liner is indeed ideal for use with this fireplace insert, but the use of a connector adapter ensures a worry free connection from the insert to the liner. Additionally, while I have had customers utilize a short length of liner to carry the flue gases up past the smoke shelf and damper assembly, it is recommended to have the 6" liner run the entire length of the chimney to ensure proper draft and efficiency of the insert is maintained. Having the liner terminate within an oversized masonry chimney may lead to poor efficiency in the operation of the stove, as well as the possibility for smoke to be introduced back into the living space.

    By AL from Mosinee, WI on October 3, 2015
    I have a Majestic WM42HT-S zero clearance fireplace. Will this Osburn 2400 high efficiency EPA woodburning insert with blower work in the older unit?
    By Brennan W. on October 5, 2015

    Answer:
    As your unit is a circulating fireplace whose louvers can not be covered, it is not advisable that you put a wood burning insert in your fireplace.

    By Heather from California on October 22, 2012
    We are looking for a wood-burning insert that will heat a home during a power outage. We currently have an insert that has a blower and it works great to heat the house when the power is on, but does not heat more than a foot in front of the unit when the power is out and the blower is not able to run.

    Can the Osburn 2400 heat when the blower is not functioning, or do you have other products you can recommend?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 23, 2012

    Answer:
    While the inserts we carry are designed to heat a limited area without the blower running, the lack of circulation from the blower does hamper their overall efficiency. The manufacturer handicaps the output of the unit down to 1,000 square feet of capacity as a precaution in the event of a power outage.

    By David from Glenville, WV on August 14, 2015
    How long can I expect to burn one round of hardwoods before reloading this Osburn 2300 high efficiency EPA wood burning insert?
    By Will M. on August 17, 2015

    Answer:
    This will depend largely on the type of wood you are burning and your wood burning practices. Softer wood will be less dense and subsequently burn faster and proper seasoning practices (stacking and covering only seasoned hardwood off the ground at least 6 months prior to use) will always yield the best results. In addition, your homes insulation and other environmental concerns will affect this, but proper operation and installation of this stove should provide 10-12 hours of burn time.
    By Aaron from Western, PA on August 17, 2015

    Answer:
    If you have properly seasoned hardwood, you should still have a bed of coals in the morning when you wake up. 7-8 hours. To maintain a constant high heat about every 4 hours. The heat is produces will decrease steadily after 4 hours but you should still have coals at about 8 hours. I have two inserts in my home and burn about a tri-axle every year. I have one Osborn 2400 and one Napoleon unit. I am happy with both but the Osburn is larger and produces more heat.

    By Terry from Annapolis, MD on January 3, 2015
    What is the customary method of getting power to the blower? Our fireplace has solid brick all around it. Would we simply run a cord to an outlet? If nobody is home during work hours, is the standard practice to let the fire go out in the morning and then re-light it in the evening?
    By eFireplaceStore on January 5, 2015

    Answer:
    The most common way of routing power is indeed to run the power cord to an adjacent outlet and then conceal it as best you can. This can be done by covering the cord with mortar or by hiding it in a decorative conduit. Another option is to use a masonry bit to bore through the structure of the fireplace and install a junction box inside the opening.

    The unit can be left burning continuously. Because it is sealed, it is safe to allow it to operate when you are not at home. Usually, you would load the unit before going to bed, then reload again in the morning before departing for work. You would only need to break the cycle when the unit is due for ash removal.

    By Tony S. from Colorado on November 8, 2016
    What clearance do we need for this mantle? How do you remove ash? Is there a tray or grate?

    By Scotty from VA on October 23, 2015
    What is the CFM rating of the blower of this Osburn 2400 high efficiency EPA woodburning insert?
    By Brennan W. on October 23, 2015

    Answer:
    The blower for this insert is rated at 130 CFM.

    By Tim from Brookfield, WI on March 17, 2015
    I am interested in purchasing the Osburn 2400 and, from what I have read, I will need a fireplace opening of 31 5/8" I measured my opening which is staggered brick edges and I have 31 1/2". I am pretty sure it would fit into the opening. Can you provide me with the exact width dimension of the back of the unit where it fits into the fireplace opening? I have a clay tile flue chimney and want to run SS flex pipe. What is the exact number for the adapter used to connect the stove to SS 6" flex pipe? If I purchase a kit from you, will the SS 6 " pipe have adapters for the stove and the rain cap that are 20-25' long? Is insulation around the SS pipe required? This is for a cabin with minimal us.


    By eFireplaceStore on March 17, 2015

    Answer:
    This unit measures 31 1/8 inches from side to side and while your opening is slightly smaller than what the unit calls for, it will fit. The unit is perfectly square from front to back and maintains the same width.

    A perfect kit for this model that includes the liner adapter, top plate, cap, and liner length is the DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 25 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner. An insulation wrap is recommended, but not required. It makes good sense to use one if your chimney is largely oversized or on an exterior wall.

    By Rachael from Boston, MA on September 14, 2014
    We are looking at the Osburn 2400 and Napoleon Timberwolf EPI22 inserts. Our fire place is 35 inches across the front, 29 1/2 inches tall, and 21 1/2 inches deep with the back wall at 23 1/2 inches across. Would either of these models be a match for our fireplace or do you have another suggestion? We are looking to heat 1400square feet.
    By eFireplaceStore on September 15, 2014

    Answer:
    The EPI22 would be an ideal stove for your installation. However, the 2400 is a bit large and would make the room it is installed into very stuffy. The EPI22 has the capacity to heat the space, while being used on a medium burn setting. This keeps you from having to tax the appliance and will give you longer burn times.

    By Beth from Comfort, TX on December 4, 2014
    My fire place opening is 42 1/2" wide x 39" tall. It is 27" deep with a 20" hearth. Would the Osburn 2400 be a good fit or would you suggest another?
    By eFireplaceStore on December 4, 2014

    Answer:
    Because of your relatively large fireplace opening, the 2400 would indeed be an excellent insert to use. However, even the largest faceplate that is offered for this model would not be tall enough to cover the opening. As such, you will need to have a custom backer plate made to cover the entire 39 inch tall opening.

    By John from Lexington, MA on January 3, 2014
    How do we get the fresh air for the combustion? Our fireplace is about eight feet from the outside wall. Could we bring in air from the basement?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 3, 2014

    Answer:
    It is indeed possible to route a 4 inch air supply duct to the unit by routing it through the outside wall and through the basement upwards toward the unit. The unit does not require external combustion air for use, but it will increase thermal efficiency of the insert.

    By Mark from Lancing, MI on September 29, 2014
    I am currently heating with an Earth Stove BV 4000. That unit has a slide baffle that allows exhaust air to flow thru the catalyst when heating, or when loading opens direct to flue so the room does not fill with smoke. Does the Osburn 2400 require a separate damper/baffle or is there an included provision to draft the unit when refueling.
    By eFireplaceStore on September 30, 2014

    Answer:
    Non-catalytic appliances work a bit differently and use different technology to prevent smoke leakage. Non-catalytic stoves will use one or more baffles to seal most of the firebox ceiling, with only a small opening at the front or back of the firebox for flue gases to escape to the chimney. Below the baffles will be a set of secondary air tubes or a secondary air manifold. This system consistently blankets the front of the firebox in a curtain of air, which prevents smoke from escaping when the door is opened. Before opening the door to reload, the air control should be opened fully, so to allow the most air possible to reach the secondary air system. This will also cause the fire to flare up, creating momentarily stronger draft, pulling more smoke from the combustion chamber. As with any stove, the feed door should be opened slowly to prevent overpowering the draw of the chimney.

    By Scotty from VA on October 23, 2015
    What are the size measurements of the firebox of this Osburn 2400 high efficiency EPA woodburning insert with blower?
    By eFireplaceStore on October 26, 2015

    Answer:
    The firebox dimensions are 22 1/2 inches wide, 13 1/2 inches tall, and 15 1/8 inches deep.

    By Michelle Schoonover from Milwaukie, OR on June 26, 2012
    I have an Osburn insert like this one, maybe smaller..about 15 years old. My installer said that the stove is pulled forward into the room as far as it will go, which doesn't leave much of a ledge for cooking in an emergency. Do you have any suggestions?
    By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on June 26, 2012

    Answer:
    Indeed, the maximum distance this unit can extend into the room is 7". Unfortunately, there is no way to alter this dimension. As it turns out, this unit offers the largest projection among our wood burning inserts. As such, i have no replacement to offer that would stick out into the room any further.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 26, 2012

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, the inserts such as this model have never been intended for cooking, as they are not a true hearth stove.

    I have had several customers have a custom sheet metal tray fabricated, that can clamp to the ledge and extend the surface a bit further, but this is really the only option for inserts such as this model.

    By Paul from Atlanta, MI on October 23, 2014
    Does this wood burning insert come with any type of shrouds?
    By eFireplaceStore on October 23, 2014

    Answer:
    This unit will use one of three shrouds, which are located under the "accessories" tab on the item page. You will need to select the shroud that best covers the opening dimensions of your fireplace.

    By Daniel from NJ on August 16, 2014
    Can I pack the void around the vent pipe with normal fiberglass insulation at the point where it enters the flue?
    By eFireplaceStore on August 18, 2014

    Answer:
    You can indeed. Rolls of unfaced fiberglass are the preferred material to seal the space around the liner as it passes through the damper opening. It is also possible to cut a custom block off plate out of 22 or 24 gauge steel and thread the liner through it, attaching the plate over the old damper opening to seal it up completely.

    By Charles from St. Johns, AZ on September 30, 2014
    I am very interested in the Osburn 2400 but want to know if I need to install pipe all the way up the fireplace flu or can I just put it up thru the damper of the Heatalator installed in the masonry fireplace. The fireplace and the flu are all masonry and it also does the 2400 have brick that are installed inside. What are my options?
    By eFireplaceStore on September 30, 2014

    Answer:
    This will depend on the size of the fireplace flue you have. It is always best to line the entire chimney with a 6 inch stainless steel chimney liner, but it is possible just to vent the insert to the bottom of the first clay flue tile.

    By Danny from Arkansas on February 12, 2014
    I cannot find an insert to fit my fireplace. I've had to return two so far. I'm wondering if this one would fit.

    The problem I have is the river rock hearth and facade in front of the manufactured fireplace. The fireplace itself is 36(35.5)" w x 24" h x 20" d. The river rock adds 8-10.5 inches in front of it such that the total depth is close to 30 inches. The back of the fireplace tapers to 24W.

    If this unit is Minimally Extended would the flue/ chimney connection be far enough back to reach the damper/chimney flue? I would estimate the center would need to about 25" from the edge of the river rock to the back in order to be under the damper. Even with a flex connector, could I make the angle up to the damper (10in over, 44 inches from fireplace floor)?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 13, 2014

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, it does not seem that this unit would work for your application. When minimally extended into the room, the unit has a flue collar that measures 12 1/2 inches back from the facing, leaving a large gap between the collar on the insert and the flue on your appliance. The unit is also only 1/2 inch shorter than your fireplace opening, so there would be no room for an adapter to angle the flue further back.

    The issue here is that the units that we carry that are short enough to fit an adapter are even smaller, with their flue collar even closer to the front of the fireplace opening. This would make even our telescoping adapters too short to reach the flue collar of your fireplace. I apologize that we do not have an insert that will work for your needs.

    By Cindy Workman from Bruceton Mills, WV on February 19, 2012
    Are you an authorized Osburn dealer? Do you have the 2400 on stock?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 20, 2012

    Answer:
    We are indeed a licensed dealer of Osburn products and currently stock the 2400 Insert.

    By Eric from Hudson, IL on June 15, 2016
    What blowers come with this stove and what are their CFM ratings?
    By Brennan W. on June 15, 2016

    Answer:
    The blower for this insert is rated at 130 CFM.

    By Sheri from Amelia Ct Hse, VA on October 11, 2013
    We found years ago that using a blower with our Englander insert ended up costing us as much in electricity as using the furnace! So for many years we have used a regular 16" fan in front of the insert to push air through it and it works great while costing next to nothing to run. Would this work if these blowers prove to be too costly to run, or would it happen to quit working someday?
    By Kevin E. - NFI Certified Specialist on October 11, 2013

    Answer:
    Theoretically, yes, an external fan would work to circulate heated air into and through this insert. You may simply have an issue lining up an external fan with the lower louvers on this insert. These louvers are very low on the insert front.

    By Al from Michigan on February 25, 2014
    Does the Osburn 2400 have the highest BTU Heat Output? It lists up to 100,000-do any other inserts have a higher output?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 25, 2014

    Answer:
    At 100k BTUs, the Osburn 2400 is indeed the highest output wood burning insert that we currently offer.

    By Christopher from Cartersville, GA on January 11, 2016
    Can this Osburn 2400 high efficiency EPA woodburning insert with blower be put in a prefabricated fireplace?
    By Tyler M. on January 11, 2016

    Answer:
    No, this insert is meant for installation inside a masonry/brick fireplace and chimney.

    By Kelly from evansville in on November 5, 2011
    What is the warranty?
    By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on November 7, 2011

    Answer:
    These inserts by Osburn carry a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

    By Gary from AL on October 13, 2014
    Our fireplace is extremely large with an opening that is 44" high, 55" wide, and 31" deep. Is there a face plate option available for this unit that will enclose these dimensions? If not, do you have any suggestions?
    By eFireplaceStore on October 14, 2014

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, we do not offer a face plate that is large enough to cover this opening. Your fireplace is much larger than the average and manufacturers simply do not accommodate such big openings. Your options would be to have a custom face plate made by a local metal shop that will fit or to use the largest face plate available, then have a "backer plate" fabricated. The backer plate would essentially be a larger flat piece of metal that sits behind the main surround. This may be the cheaper option, as it would not be as difficult for a fabrication shop to produce.

    By Federico from Yonkers, N.Y. on December 30, 2011
    Since this item weights 545 lbs., can it be disassembled? If not, how is it normally transported to the fireplace? I can't imagine having to drag such a compact and heavy object.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 2, 2012

    Answer:
    While the unit is indeed very heavy, the firebrick lining and door can be installed after it is set into position.

    Even so, it will require the use of a dolly and a couple of strong individuals to lift the unit into position. Being the largest unit we currently have, it is certainly the most difficult to install.

    By Tony from Fannin, MS on February 15, 2014
    Do you need to have an original brick fireplace for this insert to be installed, or can you have a wooden chase built to accommodate?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 17, 2014

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, this insert is not insulated to be built into a combustible enclosure. It must be installed into an existing masonry fireplace or a manufactured fireplace that is large enough to house it and is rated for use with a fireplace insert.

    By Pat from Cincinnati, OH on June 3, 2013
    Can I use this Osburn Unit with my Marco Hearth? Do I need a zero clearance unit if I install this in my mobile home?
    By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on June 4, 2013

    Answer:
    This Osburn 2400 insert can only be installed inside a brick/masonry fireplace with a noncombustible chimney. We would recommend a zero-clearance wood burning fireplace to replace your Marco model. Unfortunately, that would necessitate a change of the chimney pipe as well. Please see our full selection of zero-clearance woodburning fireplaces below:

    Wood-Burning Fireplaces


    By Jason from Cleveland, OH on June 3, 2013
    Will this fit a fireplace that's 35" high x 40" wide? Is there a trim piece big enough to cover the opening after the insert is in?
    By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on June 4, 2013

    Answer:
    Yes, this insert will fit inside your fireplace (provided it is a brick/masonry fireplace with a noncombustible chimney). However, even the largest faceplate for this Osburn 2400 insert will be too short to cover your opening height. As such, you may consider contacting a local machine shop or sheet metal fabricator to have one custom made for your fireplace.

    By Rhonda from Pounding Mill, VA on February 12, 2015
    Is there enough room on top of this insert to heat a pot of soup or brew a pot of coffee?
    By eFireplaceStore on February 13, 2015

    Answer:
    When adjusted to maximum projection, the top ledge of the insert is nearly 9 inches deep. As such, you could indeed place a smaller pot or kettle on the ledge.

    By Rhonda from Pounding Mill, VA on February 12, 2015
    Can I burn coal in this insert as well as wood?
    By eFireplaceStore on February 13, 2015

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, no. This insert is not configured to deal with the heat of a coal fire. Only seasoned hardwood or softwoods should be burned.

    By Jerry from Houston, TX on December 23, 2014
    I am building an area for a firebox. Is this a zero clearance fireplace? I am looking at the NZ3000 but I noticed that the Osburn model has very good reviews.
    By eFireplaceStore on December 23, 2014

    Answer:
    The Osburn 2400 is indeed an excellent unit, but the design of that model and the NZ3000 differ significantly. The Osburn 2400 is designed only as a fireplace insert. This means that there must be an existing masonry fireplace or listed prefabricated firebox to install the insert into. It is not shielded or insulated for use in a combustible framed opening. If this describes your installation, a product like the NZ3000 would be the way to proceed. The NZ3000 essentially works like a wood stove encased within a fireplace chassis. This allows for closer clearances and for the unit to be installed into a wooden framed opening.

    By Heinz from Genoa City, WI on January 9, 2015
    Is the faceplate included with this unit?
    By Kevin E. on January 9, 2015

    Answer:
    As there is more than one faceplate from which to choose, we do not include this accessory with purchase of the insert. You may find this item along with the equally required door overlay kit on the accessory tab of this item page.

    By Shaune from North East, MD on November 5, 2013
    How many CFM's does the blower have? Does it only come with one or two? Is the blower heat activated?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 6, 2013

    Answer:
    This unit uses a single, large squirrel cage type of blower and is rated at 130 CFM. The blower does indeed use a thermal switch for operation and features a rotary speed control.

    By Jacob from Spokane, WA on December 30, 2014
    Can I order this door trimmed in anything other than gold? This is the stove that meets our needs but my wife does not like the gold trim.
    By Tyler M. on December 31, 2014

    Answer:
    Yes, this insert also offers a black door overlay and a brushed nickel door overlay. The door overlay, faceplate shroud and shroud trim are all required for installation of the insert itself.

    By Peter from Reno, NV on January 29, 2014
    Does the Osburn 2400 come standard with "mantle heat deflector"? I see that this has quite an effect on required vertical clearances.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 29, 2014

    Answer:
    This insert does not come with a mantel heat deflector included, but there are many of these products available that will allow you to reduce the needed clearances. One such product that we offer is the HomeSaver Mantel Heat Shield. This unit can be cut to different widths and depths for various applications.

    By Tony from Awendaw, South Carolina on January 29, 2014
    Do you make an insert with blower that is 40" deep?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 29, 2014

    Answer:
    My apologies, but we do not carry an insert that is quite this deep. The Osburn 2400 that you are viewing now has the highest overall depth of any wood insert that we currently offer.

    By Ken from Athens, Ohio on December 13, 2016
    Do you have a two sided stove? My fireplace has access from two different rooms, but same fire place?
    By Brennan W. on December 14, 2016

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, we do not carry any two sided stoves.

    By Melissa Herman from Hickory on October 18, 2012
    Where is this insert made? I know it's an Osburn, I just want to know where it's made. I also wanted to see if this one is cast iron or steel.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 18, 2012

    Answer:
    The particular insert is manufactured at the company's facility in Quebec, Canada. All of Osburn's inserts are now manufactured from plate steel, rather than cast iron. This is due to the higher thermal efficiency of the steel.

    Customer Reviews
    Osburn 2400 High Efficiency EPA Woodburning Insert with Blower ( 2,029.00 )
    5 out of 5 Stars based on 10 review(s) - sorted by Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    Great
    By
    Terry
    from Littletonon
    February 1, 2017
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Had a stove for the last 38 yrs. So there's a learning curve but it works great and burns cleaner.


    Excellent insert
    By
    Dorthy
    from STATESVILLEon
    January 3, 2017
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This is our first experience with a wood stove and I don't think we could have made a better choice. The price was reasonable, and the heat output is great. The size of the firebox is one of the biggest reasons we chose this stove and we are not disappointed.
    Pros:
    Size Style Quality
    Cons:
    None


    A Heat Machine
    By
    Scott Fitzner
    from Appomattox, VAon
    January 15, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    The stove is very well designed and well built. This stove replaced an older catalytic stove and the efficiency difference is very noticeable. The stove puts out much more heat and uses less wood than the previous. We are now using this stove exclusively to heat our 1800 sq. ft. home. Our previous stove was such pain to use for exclusive heat that we ended up using it just for supplemental heat. The blower is relatively quiet on low speed, and the stove still puts out a large amount of heat without using the blower. When it gets up to 650 F, you can feel air moving just from natural convection. The design and quality of the stove is 5 stars, but I have to knock it back one for the minor issues noted in the "Cons."
    Pros:
    Efficient Built solid (i.e. stove top is 5/16" thick; our previous stove's top was only 3/16" thick Handles longer logs when loading EW (East West / Left to Right). I wish the firebox was a little deeper so we could load NS with the longer logs. The secondary tubes and baffle can be removed from the inside so you don't need to pull the stove to clean the chimney liner. We really enjoy the large glass front.
    Cons:
    The face plate shipped without any fasteners. We were quickly sent what we needed. The stove arrived with the middle and front secondary tubes swapped. The was easily corrected by swapping them to the correct locations. The door seal is fraying quite a bit where the ends butt together and I can feel somewhat of void between the ends. Though, the door seems to be sealing fine. The face plate was somewhat of a pain to align and install. Fortunately this should be a one time deal since the secondary tubes and baffle can be removed from the inside allowing cleaning of the chimney liner without pulling the stove. The blower would rattle/vibrate at times. I determined the noise was coming from a few spots of contact between the blower housing and stove. This was remedied by putting a thin coat of black silicone sealant on the blower housing where it was contacting the stove. These points were easy to find since some of the paint was rubbed off. The noise has not come back.


    A real winner
    By
    Peter Johnson
    from Reno, NVon
    January 12, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I have had this insert for about a year now and am very happy with it. When going full blast with hardwood, it heats our entire 2000 sq ft house in about an hour. It's really cut our heating bills.
    Pros:
    Easy to start. Long burning - there are generally enough coals to restart 8 hours after filling with wood.
    Cons:
    VERY heavy. I needed 3 helpers to get it into the fireplace.


    This stove is very efficient!
    By
    Manny Colavito
    from Sanford, NCon
    November 1, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I finally got a chance to burn a fire in our stove (was waiting for the weather to cool off enough for over a month). Finally we got our cold, damp, rainy day and we are all toasty! I am also making less trips to the log pile as well. I also enjoy the larger than others that I had see, fire box capacity. This unit is worth it. The only con....We had to move it in place (over 500lbs) very heavy (as compared to our older non-efficient wood stove insert) but once it's put, it's put. Sit back and enjoy!
    Pros:
    Very efficient, a large fire box capacity.
    Cons:
    It's weight...but not one once it is install and running.


    What an Upgrade!
    By
    Velma Figueroa
    from North Carolinaon
    April 28, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    We purchased this stove as an upgrade because the model we had was getting older, and what an upgrade it was! First of all, it's a beautiful stove, and really adds something to whatever room you have it in. Apart from that, it is an efficient home heater with an excellent design. Could not be happier with this purchase.


    I Own This Fireplace Insert
    By
    joseph
    from Hamden, Connon
    February 24, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I have a raised ranch home. My insert heats up my complete home from the hours of 7:00 A.M. ,till we go to bed about 11:00 P.M.
    Pros:
    I have a raised ranch home. My insert heats up my complete home from the hours of 7:00 A.M. ,till we go to bed about 11:00 P.M.
    Cons:
    The blower motor didn't last too long. Only about 2 years.


    Saves Money
    By
    Madeline Russell
    from Maineon
    September 21, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I couldn't be happier with my purchase of this stove. It has greatly reduced my heating bill, and has done a fantastic job heating my 3900 sq ft. home. I never thought I would actually have to worry about my house getting too warm, but this stove is just that good! I cannot wait to see how well this stove does (and how much money it saves me) when winter hits.


    Completely Satisfied
    By
    Jimmie Ballard
    from New Jerseyon
    May 8, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I have been very pleased with how well this stove has worked. It has heated my 3700 sq ft home with no problem, allowing me to greatly reduce how much I spend on propane and fireplace wood each month. I recommend reading up on how to install this stove before you actually begin to do so; I found that doing a little bit of research helped me greatly when it came time to do the installation. I am completely satisfied with this stove, and have no regrets about purchasing it.


    As Good As Advertised
    By
    Jacquelyn Ortega
    from New Yorkon
    May 1, 2009
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I purchased this stove last year along with the recommended accessory products and have not been disappointed at all. Simply put, this stove is just as good as advertised, if not better. The window allows a view of the fire, and the blower does an outstanding job, heating most of my two story house. Using firewood I can collect myself, I have managed to drastically reduce the cost of heating my home. If you have to buy firewood, you won't save quite as much, but you should still see a reduction in your home heating bill. Installation can be a bit difficult if you lack a strong back, but I was able to get a chimney service to handle the installation for me. I've found this stove worth the money I spent on it.




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