Sunday, September 27, 2020

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

The Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Forced Air Outdoor Wood Burning Furnace brings clean-burning technology to your home, with up to 12 hours of burn time and log size up to 26 inches!

That saves you on precious time by not having to constantly load, and less wood chopping with the large capacity to hold a log longer than 2 feet!!

By choosing an Outdoor model, you can keep the mess outdoors and preserve your precious indoor living space! Check out the specs for this amazing new Fire Chief unit.

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THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED, THIS PAGE IS UP FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

 

Designed to save important inside space, the EPA Confirmed Fire Chief FC1900 Wood burning furnace takes the position outside! The FC1900 is meticulously designed to provide comfort by conveying warmth to the biggest of living arrangements, while likewise gloating UL endorsement for mobile and modular homes. Allowing for longer burn times and providing greater warmth than pre-EPA endorsed furnaces, this Fire Chief unit provides results. With its temperature-controlled draft blower and automatic self-regulating secondary air control system you can get long, predictable burn times that eliminate worry between loads. Fire Chief’s utilization of the business' best high limit, 3-speed flexible draft blower ensures dependable conveyance and entire home circulation of warmth while the advanced indoor regulator screens the temperature to maintain comfort while guaranteeing the greatest performance with fewer user connection. The FC1900 warms up to 3,000 sq. ft. certainly with its clean burn technology. Highlighting a 4.6 cu. ft. firebox that accepts 26" logs, the FC1900 appropriates 240,000 BTUs of warmth all through your home. Using a highly designed airflow and well-insulated panels decrease the installation clearances of your FC1900 to a minimum of 12-inches (max. 25-feet) from your home. This unit is furnished with Fire Chief’s Heat Dump innovation, which secures basic electrical parts in case of a power failure. The 360° cast-iron roller grate system and stainless steel ash pan empower the simplicity of support and convey high proficiency heater activity. The FC1900 back-mounted draft blower and side-mounted electrical enclosed streamline the structure of our open-air model. Produced for more than 40 years in St. Louis, Missouri, the FC1900 proudly shows its “MADE IN THE USA” name.

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.

Features

The Model 1900 Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace heats from 1,500 sq ft., up to 3,000 sq. ft.

  • Recommended Heating Area Up to 3,000 sq. ft.
  • EPA Certified
  • Whole-Home Heating Solution
  • Extended Burn Time [Up to 12 Hours] with Clean Burn Technology
  • 4.6 cu. ft. Firebox
  • Stainless Steel Lined Firebox
  • Accepts 26” Logs
  • Maximum 240,000 BTU Output
  • Average 100,000 BTU Output
  • Digital Thermostat w/ 50cfm Draft Blower
  • 200°F Distribution Air Temperature @ Duct Exit
  • Tested Emissions: 0.29 lbs./MMBtu
  • High Capacity, 1800 CFM Blower
  • Efficiency: 68.8%
  • 360۠° Cast Iron Roller Grate System with Easy Ash Removal
  • Pre-Wired Electrical Components
  • Waterproof, Powder Coated Exterior Finish
  • Integrated Legs Providing Raised Base and Floor Clearance
  • Weight: 755 lbs.
  • Overall Installed Dimensions: W: 29 ½” D: 58” H: 55”
  • Low Clearance to Combustibles: Side: 6” Back: 12”
  • Standard 6” Chimney Connection
  • Standard 10” Warm Air Connection
  • Standard 12” Return Air Connection
  • 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

Resources:
EPA Outdoor Wood Furnace FC1900
Heat Area 3,000 sq. ft.
Burn Time 12 hr.
EPA Firebox Volume 4.6 cu. ft.
Log Size 26"
Maximum Heat Output 240,000 BTU
Average Heat Output 100,000 BTU
Blower 3-Speed / 1800 CFM
Chimney Connection Diameter 6"
Air Duct Connection Diameter 10" Warm Air / 12" Return Air
Particulate Emissions 0.29 lbs./MMBtu
Overall Dimensions 58"L x 29.5"W x 56"H
Weight 755 lbs.
Approval EPA Certified
Clearance to Combustibles FC1900
-Front/Rear/Sides 48" / 12" / 6"

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

Fire Chief Model 1900 EPA Certified Wood Burning Outdoor Furnace HY-C - Discontinued

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