10 Best Non Catalytic Wood Stove

Updated on: September 2020

Best Non Catalytic Wood Stove in 2020


Midwest Hearth Wood Stove Catalytic Combustor Replacement Catalyst Blaze King (King Classic, Parlor, Ultra) (5" x 10.6" x 2" Ceramic)

Midwest Hearth Wood Stove Catalytic Combustor Replacement Catalyst Blaze King (King Classic, Parlor, Ultra) (5
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • SUPERIOR QUALITY - Our manufacturer's ceramic and chemical engineers continuously improve every product, making ours the highest quality combustors on the market.
  • DECREASES POLLUTION - Midwest Hearth combustors remove 70% of harmful wood stove emissions, keeping the air clean and your family healthy.
  • SAVES YOU MONEY - Use less wood to generate the same heat—save up to 1/3 of the cost of a cord of wood—and burn up to 8 hours longer than a non-catalytic stove.
  • IMPROVED SAFETY - Catalytic combustors prevent the buildup of creosote, so there’s a lower risk of house fires. Since 1990, the number of creosote-caused fires has decreased by 75% thanks to catalytic stoves.
  • 5-YEAR PRORATED WARRANTY - Our combustors boast an extremely low percentage of defects off the manufacturing line, and our warranty claims are only 0.4%, well below the industry average. Our 5-year prorated warranty guarantees our quality.

Pleasant Hearth 1,800 Sq. Ft. Medium Wood Burning Stove

Pleasant Hearth 1,800 Sq. Ft. Medium Wood Burning Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • EPA Certified (NSPS Phase 1 Approved)
  • Up to 65,000 BTU's/hr heats up to 1,800 sq. ft.
  • Large ceramic glass window to the fire for an amazing view
  • Ash drawer allows for quick & easy cleanup
  • Includes variable speed blower (PBAR-2427) for quiet, yet powerful heat distribution
  • Instructional DVD included for assembly & operation
  • Made In the USA; 5 Year Warranty

Pleasant Hearth 2,200 Sq. Ft. Large Wood Burning Stove

Pleasant Hearth 2,200 Sq. Ft. Large Wood Burning Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • EPA Certified (NSPS Phase 1 Approved)
  • Up to 77,000 BTU's/hr heats up to 2,200 sq. ft.
  • Large ceramic glass window to the fire for an amazing view
  • Ash drawer allows for quick & easy cleanup
  • Separately sold variable speed blower (PBAR-2427) for quiet, yet powerful heat distribution
  • Instructional DVD included for assembly & operation
  • Made In the USA; 5 Year Warranty

VODA Newly Upgrade 4 Blades Heat Powered Stove Eco Fan with Magnetic Thermometer for Wood Log Burner Fireplace

VODA Newly Upgrade 4 Blades Heat Powered Stove Eco Fan with Magnetic Thermometer for Wood Log Burner Fireplace
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Upgrade Version- Produces more warm air than the old version, circulates about 230CFM.
  • Eco Friendly- Heat Powered, the stove fan generates its own energy by the heat from the stove surface, and no batteries or electricity required.
  • Easy operation- No assembly needed, just put on the top of stove, the fan will spin with the temperature getting higher.
  • Silent and Quiet- The noise is less than 25db, you even do not know the fan is there, but you will still feel the warmth.
  • Overall size: 8.3”X 4.9”X 8.3”. Operation temperature: 85°C - 350°C(185°F - 660°F). Good stove safety practice includes the use of a stove thermometer.

X-cosrack 4 Blade Wood Stove Fan Heat Powered Fireplace Fan with Magnetic Thermometer for Wood Log Burner Slient Eco-Frienly Aluminium Black Large

X-cosrack 4 Blade Wood Stove Fan Heat Powered Fireplace Fan with Magnetic Thermometer for Wood Log Burner Slient Eco-Frienly Aluminium Black Large
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Heat Powered: X-cosrack wood stove fan is powered by the heat from your fireplace or wood log burning stove, no electricity needed; more efficiently distribute heat and save fuel, eco-friendly
  • 4-Blade,Large Air Volumn: 4 blades circulates more warm air (Max 360CFM)into your whole home, perfect for all-size room. Just put on the top of stove, the fireplace fan will work when the stove surface hotter
  • Operating Temperature: The stove fan spins automatically between 50°C(122°F)-340°C(644°F). The hotter the stove is, the faster the fan spins, the more warm air your home gets. A magnetic thermometer included to monitor the temperature of your stove
  • Overheating Protection: The metal sheet at the bottom of fan will protect the stove fan when the temperature is higher than 644°F. Anodized aluminum material makes the fan rustproof and corrosion-proof
  • Whisper Quiet: Silent while working; you won't even know the fan is there, but you will feel warm. 24hr friendly-customer service and 100% unconditional return or refund if any quality problem

Vermont Castings 30002092A Grate Dutchwest 2460, 2461, 2477, 2478

Vermont Castings 30002092A Grate Dutchwest 2460, 2461, 2477, 2478
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Measurements: 13" x 9-7/8"
  • Dutchwest Large Catalytic Stove 2461
  • Dutchwest Medium Cast Non Catalytic 2478
  • Dutchwest Small Cast Non Catalytic Stove 2477
  • Dutchwest Small Catalytic Stove 2460

Mr. Heater F232000 MH9BX Buddy 4,000-9,000-BTU Indoor-Safe Portable Propane Radiant Heater, Red-Black

Mr. Heater F232000 MH9BX Buddy 4,000-9,000-BTU Indoor-Safe Portable Propane Radiant Heater, Red-Black
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • 4,000- to 9,000-BTU radiant heater for spaces up to 225 square feet. Approved for indoor/outdoor use; clean-burning; nearly 100-percent efficient
  • When operating the heater at altitudes over 7,000 FT above sea level the heater may shut off.
  • Auto shut-off if tipped over, if pilot light goes out, or if detects low oxygen levels. Fuel Consumption/Burn Rate (Gal/Hr) at 4000 BTU = 0.044 Gal/Hr, at 9000 BTU = 0.099 Gal/Hr
  • Fold-down handle; swivel-out regulator; connects to propane tank (not included); Run Time (Hrs at Max BTU): 3 Hours
  • THE USE OF UN-AUTHORIZED ACCESSORIES/ATTACHMENTS WITH THIS HEATER ARE EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED, MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY, AND WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.

Tomersun 4 Blades Heat Powered Stove Fireplace Fan for Home Wood Log Burning Fireplace Circulating Warm Air Saving Fuel Efficiently

Tomersun 4 Blades Heat Powered Stove Fireplace Fan for Home Wood Log Burning Fireplace Circulating Warm Air Saving Fuel Efficiently
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Necessary Fireplace Accessories- the stove fan is widely used for gas, electric, pellet stove or wood burning stove, stove fans will work well and disperse hot air efficiently. wood stove fireplace fan
  • Eco Friendly-The stove fan is powered by heat from your fireplace or wood burning stove, no batteries or electricity required. The hotter the stove is, the faster the stove fan spins. wood stove fireplace fan
  • Silent Operation- The only moving part of the stove fan is the blades assembly, so the working noise is below 25DB, very quiet. You even do not know the stove fan is there, but you will feel the warmth well. wood stove fireplace fan
  • Operating Temperature- The general working temperature of the stove fan is 85°C - 350°C(185°F - 660°F). Usually the fan gets spinning at about 55°C, and turns most efficiently when the temperature reaches about 250°C-300°C. wood stove fireplace fan
  • Overheating Protection-The In-built Bi-metallic strip at the base of the stove fan is designed to raise the edge of the fan slightly as the maximum operating temperature is approached to protect the motor and the thermoelectric module. wood stove fireplace fan

X-cosrack 5 Blades Heat Powered Stove Fan for Wood Log Burner Fireplace Slient Eco-Frienly Fan with Magnetic Thermometer Aluminium Large

X-cosrack 5 Blades Heat Powered Stove Fan for Wood Log Burner Fireplace Slient Eco-Frienly Fan with Magnetic Thermometer Aluminium Large
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Heat Powered: X-cosrack wood stove fan is powered by the heat from your fireplace or wood log burning stove, no electricity needed; more efficiently distribute heat and save fuel, eco-friendly
  • 5-Blade, Larger Air Volume: Upgraded 5 blades circulates more warm air (Max 380CFM)into your whole home, perfect for all-size room. Just put on the top of stove, the fireplace fan will work when the stove surface hotter
  • Operating Temperature: The stove fan spins automatically between 50°C(122°F)-340°C(644°F). The hotter the stove is, the faster the fan spins, the more warm air your home gets. A magnetic thermometer included to monitor the temperature of your stove
  • Overheating Protection: The metal sheet at the bottom of fan will protect the stove fan when the temperature is higher than 644°F. Anodized aluminum material makes the fan rustproof and corrosion-proof
  • Whisper Quiet: Silent while working; you won't even know the fan is there, but you will feel warm. 24hr friendly-customer service and 100% unconditional refund or return if any quality problem.

Miebul 5 Blade Stove Fan Fireplace Fan Heat Powered Wood Stove Fan with Magnetic Thermometer for Wood Burning Stove Fireplace

Miebul 5 Blade Stove Fan Fireplace Fan Heat Powered Wood Stove Fan with Magnetic Thermometer for Wood Burning Stove Fireplace
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Heat powered - no batteries or electricity required.
  • Efficiently circulates warm air throughout the room.
  • Less consumption, more efficiency.
  • Innovative and durable design.
  • Silent operation

Pellet Stove Vs. Wood Stove

As oil prices and electricity prices remain high, many home owners are turning to alternative methods for heating their homes. Two popular methods are wood stoves and pellet stoves, each offering a variety of advantages and disadvantages.

Pellet Stove

Pros:

1. Pellet stoves have an auto on feature that allows the unit to run when the house temperature drops below a preset desired rate. Pellet stoves are extremely efficient in the regards that it only operates to meet a certain temperature, and most stoves have an auto on and off feature.

2. One 40 lb bag of pellets lasts for hours at a time, thus eliminating constant refilling. The hoppers on pellet stoves are very easy to load and they produce virtually no mess.

3. Despite the fact that pellet stoves are relatively complicated machines they are very easy to operate. The higher end pellet stoves allow for easy thermostat setting and extended hopper capacity.

4. Pellet stoves burn incredibly hot and fast, the blower fan pushes this warm air out and can heat a room in a matter of minutes.

Cons:

1. Pellet stoves not only run on pellets, but also take electricity to run. Unlike a wood stove if there is no power the pellet stove will not work.

2. Pellets range in price from year to year. Prices on cords of wood stay relatively stable from year to year, but pellets can change in price drastically. When there is a sawdust shortage the price on pellets goes up drastically. If pellets are not purchased ahead of time the prices can jump drastically if there is a shortage or high demand.

3. Pellet stoves are incredibly complicated machines, if they break the repair is almost impossible to do yourself. Repair on pellet stoves has to come from a technician as to not void any warranty; the repair can be very pricey.

4. Higher end pellet stoves are very expensive initial investments; they can take years to break even financially. In the long run pellet stoves are incredibly cost effective, but you will not notice any savings the first few years.

Wood Stove:

Pros:

1. Logs that are fed into a wood stove are not nearly as heavy as a 40lb. pellet bag, which allows for less frustration.

2. Cords of wood can actually be cheaper than purchasing pellets, and can even be salvaged from your own property.

3. Wood stoves are more attractive to watch than pellet stoves. The wood burns slower than the intense burning pellets which make for an attractive fire burning experience.

4. Wood stoves have almost no moving parts, which allow the user to fix any problems that may arise.

Cons:

1. Wood fireplace require constant reloading of wood, even during the night. Since wood fireplaces do not load themselves when the temperature dips below a comfortable level that means that you must get up and fill feed the fire.

2. Clean up on pellet stoves is very simple and there is almost no waist, but with wood stoves you have to shovel out ash and bark from the stove.

3. Firewood is messy and leaves bark and other scraps around when in storage, where as pellets are very clean and produce no mess.

4. Wood stoves often produce smoke which can leave a lingering odor, whereas pellet stoves burn very clean and produce no smoke.

Overall:

Both pellet stoves and wood stoves have their advantages and their disadvantages. High end pellet stoves are significantly more expensive than their wood stove counterparts, but are easier to use and are more efficient. Pellet stoves burn clean and are very easy to clean and load, but if you need maintenance you will be paying a considerable amount of money. Overall both stoves are good for different needs, and you should figure out which one would be best for your own comfort and lifestyle.

Sources:

Personal experience selling both stoves while working for a hardware store

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