10 Best Multi Fuel Pellet Stove

Updated on: September 2020

Best Multi Fuel Pellet Stove in 2020


US Stove 6041HF Multi Fuel Stove, 2,000 Square Feet

US Stove 6041HF Multi Fuel Stove, 2,000 Square Feet
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Fully Insulated internal ducting ensures the most heat transfer and optimum efficiency
  • Five blower speed settings
  • Burns wood pellets, corn, soy beans, cherry pits, olive pits and other compressed biomass fuels
  • Approved for mobile and modular homes
  • Installation materials are not included

US Stove 5660 Bay Front Pellet Stove

US Stove 5660 Bay Front Pellet Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • 6 heat settings allow the ability to adjust to your heating needs
  • 120 CFM blower with automatic circulation to spread heat evenly
  • Digital control board allows easy, one-touch adjustments
  • LED display makes it easier to set and operate
  • Large bay window style door with air wash glass

US Stove Company US GW1949 Wiseway Non-Electric Pellet Stove, Black

US Stove Company US GW1949 Wiseway Non-Electric Pellet Stove, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • EPA-certified nonelectric pellet stove utilizes a Natural gravity feed system, for less maintenance
  • 40,000 BTUs heats up to 2,000 sq. Ft
  • Uses standard 3-inch pellet venting
  • 60-Pound Hopper lasts for up to 36 hours
  • Silent operation and Modern Style
  • Material Type: Steel

Pleasant Hearth 50,000 BTU Large Pellet Stove

Pleasant Hearth 50,000 BTU Large Pellet Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • EPA Certified (NSPS Phase 1 & 2 Approved)
  • 80 lb. hopper gets you up to 46 hours of non-stop heat
  • Up to 50,000 BTU's/hr heats up to 2,200 sq. ft.
  • Mobile Home Approved with included Outside Air Kit ($60 Value)
  • Exclusive Comfort Control System - 1 knob to easily set a comfortable heat level; this system will automatically work by itself to maintain that level
  • Exclusive Integrated Diagnostics has never made troubleshooting so easy
  • Automatic blower built-in for quiet, yet powerful heat distribution
  • Large ceramic glass window to the fire for an amazing view
  • 5 Year Warranty

US Stove 5040 Pellet Stove, Small

US Stove 5040 Pellet Stove, Small
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Burns up to 40 hours
  • Digital control board with 4 heat settings
  • Large viewing window with air wash glass
  • Approved for mobile and modular homes with optional fresh air kit
  • Installation materials are not included

Comfortbilt Pellet Stove HP22- 50,000 BTU

Comfortbilt Pellet Stove HP22- 50,000 BTU
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 50,000 btu - Heats up to 2,800 sq. feet!
  • Large viewing area - Bay Design - Carbon Black!
  • Powerful Blower, EPA Certified, 110 Volt
  • 55 lbs. Hopper Capacity,Auto Ignition, Ash Pan, Programmable Thermostat
  • 1 Year Parts Warranty-Technical assistance available after purchase

Vogelzang VG5790 Hopper Pellet Stove

Vogelzang VG5790 Hopper Pellet Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • 65,000 BTUs designed to heat up to 2,800 square feet
  • Fully automatic pellet stove with auto ignition and easy-to-use electronic controls
  • 120 lb. Pellet capacity
  • LED display with thermostat
  • Air wash glass
  • 200 CFM

US Stove 6041 Pellet or Corn on Pedestal with Igniter Furnace

US Stove 6041 Pellet or Corn on Pedestal with Igniter  Furnace
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Large viewing window with air wash glass
  • Digital control board with built-in diagnostics and LED readouts make testing, startup, and operation simple
  • New fuel feed system eliminates burn back and allows the use of non-premium fuels
  • Burn pot agitator to prevent clinker buildup and provide a more complete burn
  • Installation Materials are NOT Included

PelletStovePro - US American Harvest 6041, 6041HF, 6041I Multi-Fuel Pellet Stove Distribution Convection Blower Fan 80472A

PelletStovePro - US American Harvest 6041, 6041HF, 6041I Multi-Fuel Pellet Stove Distribution Convection Blower Fan 80472A
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Compatible with 80472
  • Voltage: 115 VAC 60 Hz
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • US American Harvest 6041, 6041HF, 6041I Pellet Multi-Fuel Stove Distribution Convection Blower Fan 80472A

US Stove 5500M King Pellet Burner with Igniter

US Stove 5500M King Pellet Burner with Igniter
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 5 heat settings allow the ability to adjust to your heating needs
  • 120 CFM blower with automatic circulation to spread heat evenly
  • Digital control board allows adjusting heat and draft control with the push of a button
  • LED display makes it easier to set and operate
  • Installation Materials are NOT Included

Wood Pellets

The presence of total stoves working with wood pellets is currently estimated at around 300.000 pieces.

Ever since their introduction as a response to the energy crisis of the 1970′s, wood pellet fuel has gained considerable momentum in the alternative energy marketplace. Today, millions of households around the world either use wood pellet fuel as their primary fuel source, or at the very least as a supplementary heating source. In either case, these homeowners typically experience substantial cost savings and benefits that conventional fuels can't provide.

The first big advantage of using wood pellet fuel is the fact that wood pellets are made from a renewable material - wood. What's nice about this is that high value wood isn't needed to make them. In fact, a large advantage of using wood byproducts or wood waste for pellets comes from the fact that it is already reduced in size. Smaller size raw material means less processing time and labor needed, and in turn lower final cost.

Another advantage is that they're extremely efficient and clean burning. They owe this to the fact that the moisture and ash levels are very low. Moisture content is held to 4%-6% in commercially manufactured pellets, and the ash levels are limited to 1% for premium pellets, and 3% for standard pellets. Because of these low limits, the efficiency of the wood pellet is high - almost all of the pellet is burned and converted to heat.

One of the most profound advantages of wood pellet fuel comes from their effect on the environment. Pellets are very environmentally friendly. They can be made from a wood waste product that otherwise may have ended up in the landfill, and they are carbon neutral.

With all the talk of global warming and climate change, it's in everyone's best interest to move away from a carbon based fuel source like oil, to one that's carbon neutral or carbon free. In the near future, there's a strong likelihood that some kind of carbon emissions limit will be legally mandated, i.e. cap and trade. When this happens, we'll be forced to move away from carbon based fossil fuels, and use alternative energy sources that don't add to carbon dioxide emissions. Wood pellets fit this requirement nicely.

So as you can see, there are many advantages to using wood pellets as a fuel source. In fact, there are many others that weren't listed, but these are the main benefits that have led to their wide acceptance, and are helping to ensure their viability in the future.

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