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US Stove BEC95 Automatic Wood Circulator Heater

3.7 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Firebrick lined for long life and combustion efficiency
  • Large Ash pan makes cleanup easy
  • Non-electric, bi-metallic thermostat provides automatic comfort control without needing electricity
  • Holds up to 24" logs
  • This item is not for sale in WA, CA, UT and OR due to state restrictions

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Product Description

US Stove's BEC95 Automatic Wood Circulator Heater is a high performance wood circulator that is more efficient and cleaner burning than most other circulators on the market. It offers a non-catalytic, trouble-free operating system that is thermostatically controlled with a non-electric, bi-metallic thermostat, providing automatic comfort control. This circulator also features an ash pan for easy clean-up and a cooking surface with a lift top lid and safety latch. Heavy duty, cast iron grates with shakers are more durable for longer life and more complete combustion. This item also features a 6” flue, firebrick lining for long life and combustion efficiency, and TRI-AIR induction for hotter fire, greater efficiency, and less creosote accumulation. Tested and certified to U.L. 1482 by Warnock Hersey International for greater peace of mind and safety assurance. It is safe, durable, and versatile. This item is not for sale in WA, OR, and CA due to state restrictions.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 21.2 x 33.5 x 34.2 inches
Item Weight 257 pounds
Shipping Weight 26 pounds
Manufacturer US Stove Company
ASIN B001XW86OG
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Item model number BEC95
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3.7 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,827,522 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#1,262 in Home Improvement > Building Supplies > HVAC > Heaters & Accessories

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I have had this stove for 5 years now. I couldnt be happier.
So this stove has lots of air holes in the door and ash door as the other reviewers mentioned. The older models do not and worked excellant. Without a DIY modification of this new design the stove burns way too hot and does not hold a fire very long.
Here is what i did..... Ash door - I plugged all but one hole with a bolt, nut and washers. i left one hole open (the elongated hole also remains open) I stick a loose bolt in or take out depending on the wood etc.. The main door, again i plugged all but one hole same way. I never have to plug the remaining open hole.
So with this modification and installing the included inline stove pipe damper I can maintain a fire for 10-12 hours easy and heat (very hot 80 degrees+) an old 1800 sqft house all winter unless it drops below -15 outside.
Just wanted to put this review out there as i saw the negative ones. With the modification you can control your burn rate easily and it also burns cleanly.. very little creosote in my double wall chimney.
One word of advice - start a fire (or two) in the stove outside of your house in the stove prior to installation. You'll thank me when you see all the smoke and stink coming of the unit.
I am no expert this is just what i did to get the stove to preform how i wanted it to.
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I recently purchased a BEC95 from a local retailer to replace my 30+ year old Ashley. When I got it home I was shocked to see the ash tray door was full of vent holes and the firebox door also had vent holes. Having many years of wood circulator experience I knew this meant my fires would burn very hot and fast. The door even says 'Never leave door open due to risk of over-fire' but the vent holes equate to as much air flow as leaving the ash door open.

I called the US Stove Company and they told me that the EPA made them change the design so wood would burn faster and supposedly 'cleaner'. Reminds me of the foolish low-flow toilets you need to flush 2 times. We trade a small amount of 'dirtier' smoke for lots of 'cleaner' smoke. This fast burning modification will chew through my wood supplies MUCH faster which means next year I'll need to run my 2 stroke chain saw much longer and I'll have to drop many more trees. Makes perfect sense doesn't it?

I'm not knocking the US Stove Company or this product but buyers should know a small investment in some heat tape to close those holes could save them multiple cords of wood each year. I'll report back once my 'modified' version is installed.
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I also had a 30 year old Ashley Circulator Heater that I liked very much. So I was also very surprised to see all the holes in the doors of my new BEC95. Before even making my first fire, I permanently blocked the holes in the feed door with a plate (2 1/2" X 5" X 3/16") outside the door, held on by the 2 bolts attaching the small "roof" over the outside of the 3 holes. Then I made a plate (7 3/4" X 3 1/4" X 3/16") for the inside of the ash door. I held this plate inside the door, as far to the right, that blocked the holes, and traced the 8 big holes and the slot. I drilled a 5/16' hole to the right side of the slot tracing, and drilled 8 1/2" holes. Inserted a 5/16" X 2" bolt for the slot "handle", and by sliding this handle to the left, I have a damper for the ash door that I can completely eliminate the holes or adjust accordingly. Now I can fill the stove for overnight, knowing I will have some hot coals in the morning to restart my fire by adding some wood, and opening the ash door holes to relight, then close. Now my stove is as efficient and controllable as my old one.
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I have an older version of this unit in my garage. It is good at one thing... wasting wood and heat. All of the heat goes up and out the chimney and you will have to feed it constantly to keep it going. The protective edges are good for kids and pets safety. But that is the only positive thing I can say about it.... which is also a negative. All of that protection on the side insulates more heat going up the pipe.

This stove came with the house when I bought it. So, I won't feel bad about sending it to the scrap yard in the spring.
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