Saturday, September 26, 2020

Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert

Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert

The Buck 21 Non-Catalytic Stove body can be installed as either a freestanding wood stove (with the choice of leg or pedestal option for model 21FS) or as an insert model (with the choice of surround and trim kit). The Buck Stove Company is known for quality hand-crafted, secondary combustion designed, American made products, at an affordiable cost.

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The Buck Wood Burning Non-Catalytic Freestanding Model 21 can be used as a fireplace insert with optional insert kit, pre-fab insert, or as freestanding unit with optional Queen Anne legs. With a heating range of 800 up to 1,800 square feet, the Buck Wood Model 21 is an ideal choice for zone heating, heating small homes, or even mobile home installations. 

Features:

  • The Model 21 Insert heats up to 1,800 square feet!
  • Stove Dimensions: 20-1/4" H X 22" W X 18-1/8" D
  • Minimum Fireplace Dimensions: 21" H X 23-1/4" W X 15" D
  • Heat Capacity - 800 - 1,800 Sq. Feet
  • EPA Tested Output BTU/H - 28,901
  • Emissions G/H- 1.7
  • Firebox Volume - 1.6 Cubic Feet
  • Max Firewood Length - 11"(front to back)
  • Flu Size - 6"
  • Efficiency - 70%
  • Pre Fab Approved
  • Mobile Home Approved (With Outside Air Kit)
  • Weight - 317 Lbs
  • Hearth Pad Size 33" W x 40" D

 


Options

 

Door - Available in

Black, Pewter, or Gold

Perimeter Trim Available

in Brass or Black

Surround Kit Available in 

Standard or Oversize

Freestanding Leg Style

Queen Anne Legs 7 3/4" Available in 

Black, Pewter, or Gold

Queen Anne Legs 8 11/16" Available in 

Black, Pewter, or Gold


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Specifications Model 21 Non-Catalytic
Stove Dimensions 20-1/4" H X 22" W X 18-1/8" D
Minimum Fireplace Dimensions 21" H x 23-1/4" W x 15" D
Heating Capacity 800 - 1,800 Sq. Feet
BTU output 28,901
Emissions 1.7 g/h
Efficiency 70%
Firebox Volume 1.6 cu ft
Log length 11" Front to back
Ash pan No
Blower Optional
Flue Size 6”
Hearth Pad Size 33" W x 40" D
Weight 342 lbs
Mobile Home Approved Yes
Pre Fab Approved Yes (check approved list)



Buck 21 Freestanding Wood Stove-Gold Door, Legs, and Spring Handle
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck 21 Freestanding Wood Stove-Pewter Door, and black legs
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck 21 Freestanding Wood Stove-Black Door and Legs
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck FS21 Freestanding Wood Stove-Pedestal, Gold Door, and Spring Handle
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck FS21 Freestanding Wood Stove-Pedestal, Gold Door, and Spring Handle
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck 21 Wood Insert Shown with Black Door
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck 21 Wood Insert Shown with Black Door
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck Traditional Series Model 21 Wood stove or Insert - Insert w/ Black Door
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck Traditional Series Model 21 Wood stove or Insert - Insert w/ Pewter Door
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Buck Traditional Series Model 21 Wood stove or Insert - Insert w/ Black Door
Buck Traditional Series 21 Stove or Insert
Price List Buck 21 Wood Burning Stove/Insert
Black Door Black Stove Body $1,391
Gold or Pewter Door Black Stove Body $141
Required Accessories Freestanding Stove Installation
Black Legs Regular $150
Black Legs Large $171
Gold or Pewter Legs Regular $276
Gold or Pewter Legs Large $294
Required Accessories Insert Installation
Trim Kit Standard 29"H x 39 3/4"W $158
Trim Kit Oversize 32"H x 45 3/4"W $248
Optional Accessories
Blower Kit $189.00

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