Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued

Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued

This product has been discontinued as it does not meet 2020 EPA Emission Standards. This page exists for informational purposes only.

The Buck Model 74ZC Wood burning unit is perfect for your new construction or remodeling project. The Model 74ZC can be installed as a freestanding, insert, or zero clearance wood burning appliace. Allowing you to save the expense of a masonry fireplace while enjoying all the warmth and efficiency of a Buck Stove. The Buck Model 74 ZC non-catalytic wood burning unit features a factory installed variable speed blower as standard equipment. The firebox features secondary reburn tubes producing a High Effeciency burn, without a Catalyst. The Buck model 74 and 74ZC are Washington and Oregon state approved. 

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The Model 74 is a non-catalytic wood burning stove designed to meet the most stringent emissions standards without the use of a catalytic combustor. The Buck Model 74 has a BTU rating of 40,900 and can heat up to 2600 square feet. The 74 delivers heavy duty heat performance and versatility. The model 74 is available as a masonry and pre-fab fireplace, insert or as a freestanding unit.

  • Secondary Reburn Tubes Provide Eco-Friendly Emmisions, and Save you Money and Time in Wood Costs

The Model 74 has been tested with the following UL listed manufactured Pre-Fab Fireplaces:

  • Heatilator
  • Tempco
  • Marco
  • Woodside
  • Security
  • Preway
  • FMI
  • Majestic

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 1/4"H x 44"W) and Oversize (33 1/4"H x 46 3/16"W) Surrounds
  • Surround Trim Kit Available in: Black, and Gold
  • Zero Clearance Cabinet 

Resources:
Specifications Buck 74ZC Wood Stove/Insert
STOVE DIMENSIONS (FRONT) 38" Wide x 34"HIGH
FRAMING DIMENSIONS 37-1/2" W x 34-3/4" H x 24-3/4" D (From Finished Wall) (Measurement from back of cabinet to beginning of flu pipe 7")
HEAT CAPACITY 1,500 - 2,600 Sq. Feet
EPA Tested Output 40,900 BTU's
EMISSIONS 3.6 G/H
CUBIC FEET FIREBOX VOLUME 2.6
FIREWOOD LENGTH 16"(front to back) 22" (side to side)
ASHPAN NO
BLOWER YES (comes standard)
FLUE SIZE 6"
EFFICIENCY 78%
OPTIONAL PEDESTAL N/A
PRE FAB APPROVED NO
MOBILE HOME APPROVED YES++ ++Requires optional outside air pedestal and/or outside air kit for mobile home installations
STOVE WEIGHT 585 Lbs




Buck 74 Freestanding Wood Stove Body with Black Door
Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued
Buck 74 Freestanding Wood Stove with Black Door, and Legs
Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued
Buck 74 Freestanding Wood Stove with Black Door, and Legs
Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued
Buck 74 Freestanding Wood Stove with Black Door, and Legs
Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued
Buck 74ZC Zero Clearance Wood Fireplace or Masonry Insert with Pewter Door
Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued
Buck 74ZC Zero Clearance Wood Fireplace or Masonry Insert with Black Door
Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued
Buck 74ZC Zero Clearance Wood Fireplace or Masonry Insert with Pewter Door
Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued
Buck 74ZC Zero Clearance Wood Fireplace or Masonry Insert with Black Door
Buck 74ZC Non-Catalytic Stove - Discontinued

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