2500 m² Ft. Four à air chaud au charbon seulement

2500 m² Ft. Four à air chaud au charbon seulement

La fournaise supplémentaire US Stove Hot Blast 1500 est conçue pour être utilisée avec vos conduits CVC existants et fonctionner de manière transparente avec votre fournaise existante. Avec deux soufflantes de 500 CFM et jusqu'à 139 000 BTU, il est conçu pour chauffer une maison jusqu'à 2 500 pieds carrés. pi. Cette unité au charbon uniquement est fabriquée avec une chambre de combustion en tôle d'acier doublée de briques réfractaires entourée d'acier peint en noir, ce qui donne à l'unité un aspect attrayant. Le raccordement à vos conduits existants est facile grâce aux deux sorties de chaleur de 8 pouces de diamètre. Les accessoires disponibles incluent le kit de boîtier de filtre universel (UFB908) et le régulateur de registre barométrique (DR-6). Le kit d'inducteur de tirage en option (modèle 11DIKL) peut être installé pour permettre à la fournaise d'être contrôlée par thermostat et donne la possibilité de changer les heures de marche/arrêt du ou des ventilateurs de distribution.

  • Modèle # : 1500

  • Caractéristiques
    • Chauffe jusqu'à 2 500 pieds carrés avec 139 000 BTU
    • À utiliser uniquement avec du charbon
    • Grilles de shaker amovibles/remplaçables avec poignée incluse
    • Brique réfractaire doublée pour augmenter l'efficacité et la capacité de chauffage
    • Dimensions du foyer : 20 po L x 30-1/2 po P x 19-1/2 po H
    • Porte de cendres séparée avec bac de vidage amovible
    • Deux sorties de chaleur de 8 po de diamètre pour un raccordement facile aux conduits existants
    • Les soufflantes Twin 500 CFM offrent une redondance et de grandes quantités de flux d'air
    • Amortisseur de tirage bimétallique automatique dans la porte
  • Caractéristiques
    Produit EPA approuvé Non
    Table de cuisson Non
    Emplacement de l'évent du produit Arrière
    Profondeur du foyer (po) 30.5
    Réservoir d'eau amovible Non
    Produit listé ETL Oui
    Jauge de température du produit Non
    Ventilation du produit requise Oui
    Produit Superficie de chauffage (pi²) 2500
    Type de poêle Sur pied
    Garantie du fabricant du produit Garantie à vie limitée sur le foyer, 1 an sur toutes les autres pièces, 1 an sur les pièces électriques
    Produit certifié CSA Oui
    Produit ventilé ou sans ventilation Ventilé
    Largeur du foyer du produit (po) 20
    Produit Foyer en brique Oui
    Diamètre de l'évent du produit (po) 6
    Produit Piédestal Base Inclus Non
    Hauteur du foyer du produit (po) 19.5
    Système de lavage à l'air du produit Non
    Produit Kit d'air extérieur Non
    Type de chauffe-produit Sortie
    Contenu de l'emballage du produit Four à charbon avec soufflantes
    Tiroir à cendres Oui
    Souffleur de produits Oui
    Produit Catalytique/Non Catalytique Non catalytique
    Produit homologué UL Non
    Produit Auto Allumage Non
    Produit Maximum BTU 139000
  • Dimensions
    Largeur assemblée (po) 24.06
    Poids du paquet 485
    Largeur du paquet 46
    Hauteur du colis 47.5
    Profondeur assemblée (in) 49.125
    Profondeur de l'emballage 30
    Hauteur assemblée (po) 40
  • Autre
    Nom de la marque MFG Société américaine de poêles
    Ce produit a-t-il une garantie ? Oui
    Modèle MFG # (Série) 1500
    Garantie du fabricant Garantie à vie limitée sur le foyer, 1 an sur toutes les autres pièces, 1 an sur les pièces électriques
    Type de garantie Limité - Pièces
    Rechercher des mots-clés Fournaise, cheminée, charbon, toute la maison, chauffage, foyer
    Type de garantie de date d'entrée en vigueur date d'achat
    CUP 012685015019
  • Réglementaire
    Avertissement de la Proposition 65 de la Californie requis Oui
    Étiquette d'avertissement California Prop 65 (texte) Ce produit peut vous exposer à des produits chimiques, dont le monoxyde de carbone, reconnu par l'État de Californie comme étant cancérigène. Pour plus d'informations, allez à www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
    Contient des produits chimiques qui causent le cancer (Calif Prop65) Oui
    L'article a des restrictions ? Oui
    Énumérez les produits chimiques contenus qui causent le cancer selon la proposition 65 de la Californie Monoxyde de carbone
  • FAQ
    • What is a draft induction kit?
      • Draft Induction Kits are optional accessories that are available to help a furnace burn coal more efficiently. They can be used when burning wood only, but are usually not necessary and can cause over-heating if the flue and intake dampers are not adjusted properly.
      • Draft kits work by forcing air into the firebox using a draft induction blower.
      • This draft blower is controlled by an external wall thermostat.
      • When the thermostat is calling for heat the draft blower will turn on to stoke the fire.
      • This causes the temperature inside the firebox to rise.
      • Once temperatures are up above about 150°F (factory ON setting for Honeywell Limit Control) the distribution blowers will turn on and circulate heat through the supply duct line.
      • When the thermostat’s set temperature is met the draft blower will turn off.
      • The temperatures inside the firebox will lower and the Honeywell Limit Control will turn the distribution blowers off at about 100°F (factory OFF setting for the Honeywell Limit Control).
      • This cycle continues for the life of the fire.
    • What happens if I don't have an air return?
      • Furnace could be unable to push enough hot air through the heating ducts.
      • The fuel will not combust properly.
      • Furnace or furnace components can overheat.
      • Chimney will not draft correctly.
    • Do I need to install a return air supply?
      • Return air can be provided by installing a separate duct system or by tying into the cold air return of an existing gas or oil furnace.
      • The cold air return duct can be connected to the furnace with either a factory manufactured USSC filter box or an equivalent fabricated from sheet metal.
      • When installing a cold air return, the minimum size shall be a 16” x 20” or equivalent (320 sq. in.) in order to insure proper furnace performance.
      • A filter should be installed in the cold air return. Furnace filters should be checked and cleaned/replaced regularly.
      • If return air is not provided, the warm air distributed into the home will be restricted and the efficiency of the furnace is decreased.
      • Without a return air system, warm air will be drawn into your basement, unnecessarily heating unused areas of the home.
      • In extreme cases, if the room in which the furnace is located is fairly airtight, the blowers on the furnace could depressurize the room and pull toxic flue gases from the furnace. The fumes could then be distributed throughout the home.
      • Air registers allow the furnace to bring in air to help circulate the heat that is created by the furnace.
      • These registers are normally located low to the ground in different areas around the home in order to capture the colder air that sinks to the floor.
      • Once inside the air return duct, the colder air is pulls through the ductwork back to the furnace where it is filtered, heated and sent back through the supply air vents.
      • An installation that does not include a return air duct will not be able to circulate heat throughout a home.
      • Also, with no return air duct system, a negative air pressure situation is created and will lower the amount of available combustible air. This can affect the draft in the chimney and cause smoke spillage.
    • What are the installation requirements of a furnace?
      • It is recommended that there be at least 20ft of vertical chimney length.
      • The size of the flue needs to be the same size throughout the entire length of the installation.
      • No more than 180° in elbows. (This restricts draft)
      • For every 1ft of horizontal length there needs to be a ¼” rise.
      • Termination must include a UL approved rain cap.
      • All venting must be made by the same manufacturer.
        • Small variations between pipe manufacturers can lower efficiency of the chimney and pose a safety hazard!
      • After roof penetration: 3-2-10 rule must be followed.
        • There must be a minimum of 3 ft of piping past the point of penetration.
        • The termination must be 2 ft above anything within a 10 ft radius.
    • My furnace is able to burn coal. What types of coal should I use?
      Anthracite Coal (an-thruh-sight)
      • Harder coal that burns cleaner.
      • Much more difficult to use.
      • Not as available and much more expensive
      • SIZE: egg or broken egg (2 5/16” up to 4 3/8” in diameter).
      Bituminous Coal (bi-toom-uh-nus)
      • Softer coal that burns dirtier.
      • Requires more cleaning because more soot will collect on heating surfaces and pipes.
      • SIZE: large nut to small egg (1 3/4” to 4” Diameter).
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  • What is a draft induction kit?
    • Draft Induction Kits are optional accessories that are available to help a furnace burn coal more efficiently. They can be used when burning wood only, but are usually not necessary and can cause over-heating if the flue and intake dampers are not adjusted properly.
    • Draft kits work by forcing air into the firebox using a draft induction blower.
    • This draft blower is controlled by an external wall thermostat.
    • When the thermostat is calling for heat the draft blower will turn on to stoke the fire.
    • This causes the temperature inside the firebox to rise.
    • Once temperatures are up above about 150°F (factory ON setting for Honeywell Limit Control) the distribution blowers will turn on and circulate heat through the supply duct line.
    • When the thermostat’s set temperature is met the draft blower will turn off.
    • The temperatures inside the firebox will lower and the Honeywell Limit Control will turn the distribution blowers off at about 100°F (factory OFF setting for the Honeywell Limit Control).
    • This cycle continues for the life of the fire.
  • What happens if I don't have an air return?
    • Furnace could be unable to push enough hot air through the heating ducts.
    • The fuel will not combust properly.
    • Furnace or furnace components can overheat.
    • Chimney will not draft correctly.
  • Do I need to install a return air supply?
    • Return air can be provided by installing a separate duct system or by tying into the cold air return of an existing gas or oil furnace.
    • The cold air return duct can be connected to the furnace with either a factory manufactured USSC filter box or an equivalent fabricated from sheet metal.
    • When installing a cold air return, the minimum size shall be a 16” x 20” or equivalent (320 sq. in.) in order to insure proper furnace performance.
    • A filter should be installed in the cold air return. Furnace filters should be checked and cleaned/replaced regularly.
    • If return air is not provided, the warm air distributed into the home will be restricted and the efficiency of the furnace is decreased.
    • Without a return air system, warm air will be drawn into your basement, unnecessarily heating unused areas of the home.
    • In extreme cases, if the room in which the furnace is located is fairly airtight, the blowers on the furnace could depressurize the room and pull toxic flue gases from the furnace. The fumes could then be distributed throughout the home.
    • Air registers allow the furnace to bring in air to help circulate the heat that is created by the furnace.
    • These registers are normally located low to the ground in different areas around the home in order to capture the colder air that sinks to the floor.
    • Once inside the air return duct, the colder air is pulls through the ductwork back to the furnace where it is filtered, heated and sent back through the supply air vents.
    • An installation that does not include a return air duct will not be able to circulate heat throughout a home.
    • Also, with no return air duct system, a negative air pressure situation is created and will lower the amount of available combustible air. This can affect the draft in the chimney and cause smoke spillage.
  • What are the installation requirements of a furnace?
    • It is recommended that there be at least 20ft of vertical chimney length.
    • The size of the flue needs to be the same size throughout the entire length of the installation.
    • No more than 180° in elbows. (This restricts draft)
    • For every 1ft of horizontal length there needs to be a ¼” rise.
    • Termination must include a UL approved rain cap.
    • All venting must be made by the same manufacturer.
      • Small variations between pipe manufacturers can lower efficiency of the chimney and pose a safety hazard!
    • After roof penetration: 3-2-10 rule must be followed.
      • There must be a minimum of 3 ft of piping past the point of penetration.
      • The termination must be 2 ft above anything within a 10 ft radius.
  • My furnace is able to burn coal. What types of coal should I use?
    Anthracite Coal (an-thruh-sight)
    • Harder coal that burns cleaner.
    • Much more difficult to use.
    • Not as available and much more expensive
    • SIZE: egg or broken egg (2 5/16” up to 4 3/8” in diameter).
    Bituminous Coal (bi-toom-uh-nus)
    • Softer coal that burns dirtier.
    • Requires more cleaning because more soot will collect on heating surfaces and pipes.
    • SIZE: large nut to small egg (1 3/4” to 4” Diameter).