Wiseway GW1949 2,000 Sq Ft EPA Certified Gravity Fed Non-Electric Pellet Stove
The GW1949 Wiseway from US Stove eliminates the need for electricity by utilizing a natural gravity feed system that eliminates all of the typical electrical and mechanical parts found in traditional pellet heaters. 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 with a propane torch and start the pellet flow. 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 3.5 In. tubing and the steel baffles on the back. Best of all, this stove offers extremely small clearances on the rear and sides making it easy to install. Impressively, 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.
- 40,000 BTU output
- Heats up to 2,000 square feet
- Modern stylish design fits many decors
- Uses standard 3 inch pellet venting that can then be vented into 4 inch or 6 inch chimney
- Silent operation – no moving parts
- 60 Lb. hopper for up to 36 hours of heat
- Non electric pellet stove utilizes a natural gravity feed system with no electricity needed
- Simple and easy damper adjustment
|Assembled Width (in)||24|
|Assembled Depth (in)||15|
|Assembled Height (in)||52|
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Owning the Wise way GW1949 for several years now, I have gotten to know this product well. It is very compact for the space it heats, does not require electrical power,( I do have a heat reclaimer w/fan,) , but does require pellet exhaust and works better with fresh inlet air. It is not maintenance free, as fly ash build up in burn chamber and needs to be cleaned about every 6 to 8 hours of use in mine. Not a problem except if you leave it going over night, it might slow down burn or even go out . It is economical to use compared to electric or Oil/gas. I purchase fuel by the ton/pallet (50 bags per ton) about 100 bags a year average ($633.00) , store in dry basement. It is not my only heater, yet the primary and favorite one. I really love it and would replace it right away with another one if I had too. I am pleased. It may not be for everyone, but works for me.