Friday, July 19, 2019

Buck Bay Series 81 Stove or Insert

Buck Bay Series 81 Stove or Insert

The Buck 81 Non-Catalytic Stove body can be installed as either a freestanding wood stove (with the choice of leg or pedestal option) or as an insert model (with the choice of surround and trim kit). The Buck Stove Company established in 1975 is known for quality hand-crafted, secondary combustion designed, American made products, at an affordiable cost.

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Model 81 provides a rich dramatic focal point for a full view of the dancing flames. The Model 81 is an outstanding choice for larger home heating requirements and exceeds expectations in form and function. The Model 81 is available as a freestanding stove or as an insert for your masonry fireplace with a heating capacity of 1600 to 2700 square feet. Traditional style design with standard features include:

  1. Durable Non-Catalytic Burning Technology

  2. Factory installed Variable Speed Blower

  3. Ash Removal Tray

  4. Glass Door with Airwash System (for clean viewing)

Buck Stove Company, since 1975 commitment to Excellence

  • Truly Made in the U.S.A.

  • Unmatched Product, Unmatched People, Unmatched Pride

  • Handcrafted design and workmanship

 

 

 

Features

  • Color: Black, Gold, Pewter
  • Product Dimensions: 25 5/8" W x 25 3/4" D x 23 3/16" H
  • Fuel Type: Wood
  • Max BTU Output: 45,001 to 50,000
  • Specific Use: Mobile Home Approved
  • Vent Type: Wood Chimney Vent
  • EPA tested to produce up to 45,400 BTU per hour output using seasoned cord wood
  • Rated heating capacity of 1600 to 2700 square feet
  • Firebox volume of 2.4 cubic feet
  • Accommodates 20" logs placed front to back or 18" logs placed side to side
  • Features a standard ash pan for easy cleanup
  • Heat circulating blower for even room heating
  • Outstanding 78% overall EPA efficiency rating
  • Approved for use in prefabricated and mobile homes
  • Overall stove weight: 460 pounds
  • Uses 6" diameter stovepipe
  • Non-catalytic design for easy operation and lower maintenance
  • Emissions of 4.3 grams per hour

 

 

Options

Door

Handle

Trim

Black Bay Window

Pewter Bay Window

Gold Bay Window

Queen Anne Legs ( 7 3/4")

Queen Anne Legs ( 8 11/16")

Insert Surround

Free standing Model

Pedestal Model

 

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Specifications
Stove Dimensions (W x H x D) 25 5/8" x 25 3/4" x 30 1/4"
Minimum Fireplace Dimensions (W x H x D) 25 3/4" x 17 7/8" x 11"
Heating Capacity 1,600 - 2,700 Sq. Feet
BTU output 45,400
Emissions 4.3 g/h
Efficiency 78%
Firebox Volume 2.4 cu ft
Log length 20" (front to back) 18" (side to side)
Ash pan Yes (comes standard)
Blower Yes (comes standard)
Flue Size 6”
Hearth Pad Size 33" W x 48" D
Weight 460 lbs
Mobile Home Approved Yes
Pre Fab Approved Yes


Buck Bay Model 81 Non Catalyic - Freestanding w. Gold Door
Buck Bay Series 81 Stove or Insert
Buck Bay Model 81 Non Catalyic - Freestanding w. Pewter Door
Buck Bay Series 81 Stove or Insert
Buck Bay Model 81 Non Catalyic - Freestanding w. Black Door
Buck Bay Series 81 Stove or Insert
Main Unit
Buck Bay Series 81 Stove or Insert $2341.37
Door Options
Black Comes Standard
Gold or Pewter Door $262.83
REQUIRED - INSTALL TYPE
Pedestal $186.37
Black Legs Regular $151.42
Black Legs Large $174.72
Gold or Pewter Legs Regular $347.10
Gold or Pewter Legs Large $370.40
Trim Kit Standard 32 5/16"H x 44 3/16"W - Insert Only $151.42
Trim Kit Oversize 35 5/16"H x 50 3/16"W - Insert Only $239.95
Bay Windows
Black Bay Windows Comes Standard
Gold or Pewter Bay Windows $144.43
Optional Accessories
Close Clearance Shields $137.44
Spring Door Handle (Gold) $11.65
Spring Damper Rod (Gold) $7
6" Cast Iron Flue Collar 67.55

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