Friday, November 15, 2019

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

The Fire Chief Model 1000 brings clean-burning technology with longer burn times than ever in an EPA Certified Forced Air Indoor Wood Burning Furnace.

Burning with wood is a smart fuel choice due to the fact that wood is sustainable, renewable, and cost-effective!

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**This product was discontinued in 2019. This page is provided for informational purposes.** The Fire Chief FC1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace is designed for high efficiency, low emissions, and a smaller footprint than the other units in its line. This well-engineered unit provides longer burn times while distributing more heat than pre-EPA approved furnaces. Its temperature-controlled draft blower and self-regulating secondary air control system allow for long, consistent burn times that do not require supervision. The Fire Chief’s use of the industry’s strongest blower provides whole-home circulation to deliver consistent heat while the digital thermostat monitors the temperature to maintain performance. This Fire Chief furnace heats up to 2,500 sq. ft. dependably with its prized Clean Burn Technology. Featuring a 4.0 cu. ft. firebox that accepts 20" logs, the FC1000 offers a heat output of 130,000 BTUs. This Fire Chief furnace is equipped with both a fixed grate system as well as a standard ash pan, digital thermostat. With its minimized dimensions and improved clearance to combustible minimums, the FC1000 is ideal for small spaces and tight installations. The pre-wired, front-mounted draft blower makes the installation more convenient. The addition of Fire Chief’s optional heavy gauge power coated sheet metal stand makes loading the FC1000 even easier. The FC1000 proudly displays its MADE IN THE USA label and has been manufactured in St. Louis, Missouri for over 40 years.

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Production of the Fire Chief line of products has been in place with solid engineering and design for 70 years with reliable performance.

Their limited lifetime warranty is backed by that longevity, and their manufacturing excellence using heavy-gauge steel and other high-quality components will bring you the comfort that a top-quality Made in the USA Forced Air Indoor EPA Certified Wood Furnace is heating your home.

  • Recommended Heating Area Up to 2,500 sq. ft.
  • EPA Certified
  • Whole-Home Heating Solution
  • Extended Burn Time [Up to 12 Hours] with Clean Burn Technology
  • 4.0 cu. ft. Firebox
  • Stainless Steel Lined Firebox
  • Accepts 20" Logs
  • Maximum 130,000 BTUs/hr Output
  • Digital Thermostat w/ 50cfm Draft Blower
  • 165°F Distribution Air Temperature @ Duct Exit
  • Tested Emissions: 0.198 lbs./MMBtu
  • High Capacity 1500 CFM Blower
  • Fixed Grate System with Easy Ash Removal
  • Pre-Wired Electrical Components
  • Weight: 435 lbs.
  • Overall Installed Dimensions: H: 42” W: 26” D: 45 ½”
  • Low Clearance to Combustibles: Side: 6” Back: 12”
  • Standard 6" Chimney Connection
  • Standard 8" Air Duct Connections
  • Fire Chief Furnace Installation Video
  • Limited Lifetime Firebox and Grate Warranty, 2-Year Distribution Blower Warranty, 1-Year Electrical Components Warranty
  • Made in the USA


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EPA Indoor Wood Furnace FC1000
Heat Area 2,500 sq. ft.
Burn Time 12 hr.
Usable Firebox Dimensions 22.5"L x 18.5"W x 14"H
EPA Firebox Volume 4.0 cu. ft.
Log Size 20" Logs
Maximum Heat Output 130,000 BTUs
Blower High Capacity 1500 CFM Blower
Chimney Connection Diameter 6"
Air Duct Connection Diameter 8"
Particulate Emissions 0.198lbs./MMBtu
Overall Dimensions 45.5"L x 26"W x 42"H
Weight 435 lbs.
Height to Flue Collar 44"
Approvals EPA Certified
Clearance to Combustibles FC1000
-Front/Rear/Sides 48" / 12" / 6"

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1000 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace by HY-C - Discontinued

This product qualifies for free residential delivery with lift gate service within the lower 48 states (subject to location). A large freight truck (18-wheeler up to 60' long) is standard on all deliveries. If you need a smaller truck, please call our office (406) 300-1776 to request a smaller truck size, and we will research what is available in your area. Note: an upcharge may apply for small trucks.

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If you are planning to cook with a cookstove, you will need to understand some basic fire safety. Remember, extinguishing a grease or oil fire with water is not a good idea.

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