Buck Stove ventless gas logs may be installed with any tested and listed zero clearance zero clearance wood burning fireplace approved for use with ventless gas logs, any listed ventless zero clearance firebox made for use with separately purchased ventless gas logs, or any masonry wood burning fireplace.
In each case, the opening measurements must comply with the minimum opening requirements outlined in the installation manual for the Buck ventless log set you are considering. That being said, no listed vented or ventless gas log set may be installed in a wood stove. The opening measurements of a wood stove would not be large enough to accommodate any gas log set, vented or vent free.
Additionally, wood stoves are designed to maintain internal firebox temperatures that would cause welds to crack and valve components to fail from excessive heat, even if the wood stove's opening measurements were adequate enough for installation of a gas log set. Listed ventless, direct vent and B-vent gas stoves may be designed to resemble wood stoves, but they are designed without the firebrick and baffling and with the gas log controls shielded from the combustion chamber to prevent components from failing.
In sum, even Buck Stove ventless gas logs would not be suitable for installation in a Buck wood stove.
on September 13, 2017