Part Numbers: FP81, FP81G, FP81P
eFireplaceStore Item Number: BSC-FP81
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page if available for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
Cutting edge technology crafts the classic clean lines and modern designs you see in every one of these Buck Stove Model 81 Non-Catalytic Wood Stoves. Buck Stove has a facility in Spruce Pine, North Carolina where it makes every product. This space gives you the classic Buck Stove hearth technology you're searching for but crafted with the latest in design machinery. With Buck stove, you get tough, durable, and quite beautiful.
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We are not clear what you mean by "double-wall" stove; this stove can use either single-wall black stovepipe or double-wall black stovepipe to the ceiling or wall in the room the stove is installed. The stovepipe must then convert to a double-wall solid-pack insulated class A stainless steel chimney pipe. Yes, this unit is EPA 2020 certified and it does include a blower. You can see the clearances to walls on pages 24-25 of the installation manual.