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US Stove GW1949 Wiseway Non-Electric Pellet Stove
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- 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
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Wiseway Pellet Stove
The Wiseway from US Stove eliminates the need for electricity by utilizing a natural gravity feed system that eliminates all mechanical parts meaning less maintenance and break downs. This patented revolutionary design is the only EPA certified and UL Listed non-electric pellet stove on the market today.The Wiseway is simple to start and operate. Simply heat the burn chamber and flue and start the pellet flow with a propane torch. This stove uses a natural draft that will take over and ramp the stove up to temperature. Adjustments are simple by opening and closing fresh air intakes on the front of the stove. The window allows you to see the flame traveling up the body of the stove. Since it uses no electricity heat is radiated off the 3 1/2" tubing and the steel baffles on the back. This stove offers extremely small clearances on the rear and sides making it easy to install. Best of all, Since it does not use any electricity this stove is the perfect source of heat for areas that are prone to blackouts or off the grid installations.
The Wiseway is the first non-electric pellet stove that is UL-Approved and certified by the Environmental Protection Agency. In addition, it is also approved for mobile home use. You get a safe, clean burning pellet stove that saves money on both heating and electric costs.
About US Stove
The United States Stove Company was formed in 1869 as a result of two companies joining together to manufacture cast iron ranges and heaters to meet the needs of the American people. For over 145 years, we have been one of the largest manufacturers of solid fuel heating appliances in North America, offering customers tradition, quality, and value since 1869.
US Stove wise way pellet stove takes away the need for electricity by utilizing a natural gravity feed system that eliminates all mechanical parts, meaning less maintenance and fewer breakdowns. This patented revolutionary design is the only epa-certified and UL-listed nonelectric pellet stove on the market today. The Wiseman is easy to start and operate. Simply heat the burn chamber and flue and start the pellet flow with a propane Torch. This stove uses a natural draft that will take over and Ramp the stove up to temperature. Adjustments are simple by opening and closing fresh air intakes on the front of the stove. The window allows you to see the flame traveling up the body of the stove. Since it uses no electricity, heat is radiated off the 3-1/2 inch tubing and the steel baffles on the back. This stove offers extremely small clearances on the rear and sides, making it easy to install. Since it does not use any electricity, this stove is the perfect source of heat for areas that are prone to blackouts or for off-the-grid installations.
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31Jan2018- 10:00pm: Temp 19 Deg wind 10-15 mph. Inside temp steady all night at 65-68 deg.
fingers crossed and hope it works good!
Set up was easy. I uncrated and assembled in a few minutes with basic hand tools. I light mine with a standard propane torche but use Mapp Gas. 1 canister per ton and a half or so. We have burned 2 ton of pellets of a variety of brands all softwood/hardwood blend.
I like the simplicity and relative clean operation. Compared to wood. However this unit is not maintenance free. It will burn hottest when clean, after a bag or two of pellets (80lbs) you will need to clean it to operate above 500 degrees. It burns about 12 hrs on a bag nothing close to 30 or 36. Maybe more of you open it up on slow burn but you won't get the heat you desire.
Creosote will build up and "glaze" the fire box. This appears after every burn and will require scraping with a stiff scraper. I use a wire brush as well. You will need an ash or shop vac. You will need to clean it regularly and you will have black hands and it is messy. In many ways much more involved than a woodstove clean out.
Ash travels all the way up to the top of the unit and requires full vacuuming. The chimney angles of the burn chamber are too sharp angled for even flexible brush rods to reach. I've even tried cable wire and not had any luck. The center tube is impossible to clean, I blow and vacuum mine out but I have no way of knowing if it's clear
It's my opinion this is the single greatest flaw and if the stove manufacturer ever updates this design, a second window or access door needs to be added and or a secondary ash collection tube should ride below for the ash to drop into. Design with clean out in mind... the inventor You Tube Video shows him water hosing it out to clean... that might work in California, but in places where it's below freezing your not going to hose it out during the season.
Also the pellet burn basket will not stand up to more than one season without coming unwelded. I can weld, so building additional baskets and or fixing this one isn't a big deal but would be for your average homeowner.
You will want ceiling fans or stand up fans to move the air around the house.