Best Epa Wood Stove in 2020
US Stove 1269E Small EPA Certified Cast Iron Logwood Stove, 54,000 BTUs
- EPA-certified to the latest standards
- 54,000 BTUs heats up to 900 sq. ft.
- Heavy-duty cast iron construction, perfect for log cabins, large garages, and shops
- Accepts logs 23 inches in length
- Includes solid cooktop surface and a safety handle.Dimensions:Depth: 33in,Width: 18.5in,Height: 25.75in,6in Flue Collar,Weight:120lbs
Vogelzang TR001 Defender EPA Wood Stove
- The Defender wood stove efficiently heats up to 1,200 square feet
- Cast iron feed door with large 14.5" x 8" ceramic glass window
- Burns several hours on one fueling. Heats up to 68,000 BTUs
- Made with heavy gauge 3/16-Inch reinforced plate steel with firebrick lining
- Adjustable legs for easy positioning
U.S. Stove Company US 2016EB King EPA Certified Wood Stove, 89,000 BTUs
- Installation materials are not included (I.E. Floor protector, chimney Connector, thimble, radiation shield, flue)
- Cool-to-the-touch coil handle
- Generous ceramic air wash glass viewing Area through the sturdy cast iron feed door
- Convenient ash drawer located in the pedestal for easy ash removal
- Firebrick lined for long Life and combustion efficiency
- Heating coverage:- 2000 square feet
Drolet Columbia EPA High Efficiency Wood Stove DB03015
Drolet High-Efficiency Wood Stove - 95,000 BTU, Model# HT2000
- 78% efficiency
- 5/16in. steel plate on top
- 3.93 cu. ft. firebox lined with firebricks
- Large ash drawer
- Accepts logs up to 22in. long
US Stove 2000 EPA Certified Wood Stove, Medium
- Heats up to 2,000 square feet
- EPA Certified clean burning stove
- 21 inches log capacity. 6 inch Flue Collar
- Ash drawer included
- Blower included
Drolet HT3000 on pedesta - High-Efficiency EPA Certified Wood Stove DB07300 - The HT3000 succeeds to The HT2000
- Eligible for a $300 biomass stove tax credit ( www.hpba.org/Advocacy/Biomass-Stove-Tax-Credit )
- Maximum heat output 110,000 BTU/h (32.2 kW)
- EPA's new standards - 1.32 g/h average particulate emissions rate
- Accepts logs up to 22in. long
- The new HT3000 replaces the legendary model Drolet HT2000
Vogelzang TR008 Durango EPA Wood Stove
- The Durango wood stove efficiently heats up to 1,500 square feet
- Accepts logs up to 26" in length
- Burns up to 12 hours
- EPA Certified, one of the cleanest burning stoves on the market
- Over 75-Percent efficient
- 100 CFM
Vogelzang TR007 Ponderosa with Blower
- The Ponderosa is large stove, holding up to 30-pound of wood at once
- Constructed of heavy gauge 3/16" reinforced plate steel with firebrick lining
- Cast iron feed door with large ceramic glass window (15" x 9")
- Large ash drawer for easy ash removal
- Burns up to 14 hours on one fueling
- 100 CFM
England's Stove WorksSurvivor 12-CSL "Grizzly" Portable Camp/Cook Wood Stove 2.7 Cubic Feet
- Made in the USA-Quality workmanship with heavy duty American steel
- Hexa Tech Technology
- Weighs only 63 lbs
- 2.7 cu. Ft. Firebox
- Temp Control for 348 sq. in. cooking area
How to Clean a Cast Iron Stove Pipe
Over time, a dirty cast iron stove pipe can become a fire hazard. Clean the cast iron stove pipe after the stove has been off for several hours and is cool to the touch to prevent the chance of a fire.
Step 1: Detach the cast iron pipe from the stove and chimney. In most cases, you merely need to remove the stove and then the cast iron pieces should be able to be pulled apart.
Step 2: Start cleaning by using a damp rag to remove any surface grime. You may need to rinse your rag several times to complete this step.
Step 3: Lightly scrub the inside and outside of the cast iron pipe using a soft bristled nylon brush. If you see any burnt on deposits, dampen the spot with water, then sprinkle on a bit of salt. Next, use lemon juice to create a paste with the salt on the cast iron. Scrub as necessary to remove these deposits.
TIP: Narrow cast iron pipes may require the use of a long handled bottle brush in order to clean the interior of the pipe.
Step 4: Use a wire brush to remove any rust. Use the brush sparingly, the intent is to only remove the rust, not scratch the surface of the pipe.
Step 5: Wipe down the cast iron stove pipe one last time with a damp rag. Then dry the stove pipe thoroughly with a dry rag to prevent further rusting.
Step 6: Apply a very thin coat of vegetable oil with a clean rag to the interior and exterior of the cast iron pipe. If the pipe is too narrow to fit your hand in, use your long handled bottle brush with the rag over the bristles to coat the inside.