Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Buck 20ZC Catalytic Phase II Stove - Discontinued

Buck 20ZC Catalytic Phase II Stove - Discontinued

This stove has been discontinued, this page is up for informational purposes only

 

The Buck Model 20 and 20ZC is versatile with its heating capabilities. Whether you need a freestanding wood stove, prefab insert, or masonry insert, the Buck model 20 and 20ZC arethe perfect American Made products for your new construction or remodeling project. The Model 20ZC will save the expense of a masonry fireplace while enjoying all the warmth and high efficiency of a Buck Stove. The Buck Model 20ZC non-catalytic Wood Burning Fireplace features a factory installed variable speed blower as standard equipment. The Buck 20 and 20ZC meet  both Washington and Oregon State Emmision's Standards!

 

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This stove has been discontinued, this page is up for informational purposes only

 

The Buck Model 20 Catalytic Wood Stove delivers impressive heat in a small package, making it perfect for those tight installations. The Buck 20ZC Catalytic Wood Burning unit transforms your pre-fab or masonry fireplace into a 37,500 BTU efficient catalytic heater with a heating range up to 1,800 square feet. The Buck Model 20 can also be used as a freestanding unit with optional Queen Anne legs. 

The Model 20ZC has been tested with the following UL listed manufactured Pre-Fab Fireplaces:

  • MAJESTIC—M-36, M-43, L-36, L-42, MD36, MD42, MD36-AO, MD42-AO
  • HEATILATOR—FP36, 3036, 3042, 3048, 3138, 3138 EP
  • PREWAY—DW36, DW42, BI36, BI42, BI36B, BI42B, BI36EM, BI42EM, BI36CEM, BR42CEM, BI36SEM, BI42SEM (NOTE: A Preway unit has to use insert trim panels.)

 

  • Buck Wood Burning Units with this logo meet or exceed EPA emissions standards for the continental United States. A “W-O” below this symbol ensures that the unit is also fully certified for use in Washington and Oregon

Options

  • Door Colors Available in: Black, Pewter, and Gold
  • Spring Doors Handles Availble in: Black (standard), or Gold
  • Freestanding Models Available with Legs (Black, Pewter, and Gold) or Black Pedestal

  • Large Leg Kit
  • Regular Legs
  • Insert Models Available with Standard (30 5/8"H x 38"W) and Oversize (33 5/8"H x 45 5/8"W) Surrounds
  • Surround Trim Kit Available in: Black, and Gold

Resources:
Specifications Buck Wood Burning Models 20 and 20ZC
Stove Dimensions 21-13/16" H X 27-1/8" W X 23-1/6"D
Framing Dimensions 37 15/16”W x 34 5/8”H x 25”D
Heating Capacity 1,200-1,800
BTU output 37,500
Emissions 3.14 g/h
Tested and Approved EPA Phase II (WA & OR)
Firebox Volume 1.9 cu ft
Log length 15”
Ash pan Yes
Blower Yes (comes standard)
Flue Size 6”
Efficiency 72%
Weight 520 lbs

  • Note: Double Wall Class-A Chimney Close Clearance Installation is required with any Mobile Home Installation

  • Clearances Required: Masonry Installation

Buck 20ZC Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Gold Door, Legs, and Spring Handles
Buck 20ZC Catalytic Phase II Stove - Discontinued
Buck 20ZC Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Gold Door, Legs, and Spring Handles
Buck 20ZC Catalytic Phase II Stove - Discontinued
Buck 20ZC Zero Clearance Wood Fireplace Shown with Gold Door, Spring Handle, and Trim Pacakge
Buck 20ZC Catalytic Phase II Stove - Discontinued
Buck 20 Wood Insert Shown with Gold Door, and Spring Handle
Buck 20ZC Catalytic Phase II Stove - Discontinued
Buck 20ZC Zero Clearance Wood Fireplace with Black Door
Buck 20ZC Catalytic Phase II Stove - Discontinued

Chimney Liner Installation - Chimneys 101

Chimney Liner Installation Part I - Preparing the Liner

Chimney Liner Installation Part 2 - Inserting the Liner

Chimney Liner Installation Part 3 - Connecting the Liner & Damper Insulation

Chimney Liner Installation Part 4 - Final Touches

Boss of the Swamp: Woodstove & Chimney Maintenance (Part 1)

Boss of the Swamp: Woodstove & Chimney Maintenance (Part 2)

 



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