Part Number: BCAC
eFireplaceStore Item Number: USS-BCAC
*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.
Is the cold preventing you from fully enjoying parts of your home? Do you find that you're often wearing as many layers indoors as you are outdoors? Well, there is a solution that doesn't involve investing in dozens of throw blankets or relocating to the tropics. This US Stove Ashley Black Coal Burning Circulator can easily keep even the draftiest areas warm and comfortable. Plus, it's less expensive than moving and much less awkward than huddling together with all of your guests.
Though it stands just over thirty-three inches high, the US Stove Ashley Black Coal Burning Circulator is capable of producing a whopping 110,742 BTUs of heat and can effectively warm 1,800 sq. ft. - a capacity more than large enough to encompass your average den or living room. Unique features like an automatic thermostat that can operate without electricity and a spacious cooking surface also make this coal-burning heater an ideal choice in areas prone to power outages. And because it's made by US Stove, one of America's oldest and most-respected stove manufacturers, you know you'll be able to rely on your new circulator whenever you need it.
Reclaiming drafty or ineffectively heated parts of your home doesn't have to be difficult or expensive. Equipped with a US Stove Ashley Black Coal Burning Circulator you'll be able to comfortably use every part of your home regardless of the season - no huddling or moving van required.PLEASE NOTE* This Item is NOT approved for installation in a mobile or modular home.
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