The BEC95 is a high performance wood circulator that is more efficient and cleaner burning than most other circulators on the market. It offers a non-catalytic, trouble-free, operating system that is thermostatically controlled. It offers an easy access ash pan that makes clean up a breeze and a lift top with positive safety latch to use its auxiliary cooking surface. Tested and certified to U.L. 1482 by Warnock Hersey International for greater peace of mind and safety assurance. It is safe, durable, and versatile.
- Installation materials are NOT included (i.e. floor protector, chimney connector, thimble, radiation shield, flue)
- This is a WOOD burning stove ONLY!!!
- Heavy duty, cast iron grates are more durable, for longer life and more complete combustion
- Non-electric, bi-metallic thermostat provides automatic comfort control without needing electricity
- Cooking surface with a lift top lid and positive safety latch EPA exempt
- Firebrick lined for long life and combustion efficiency
- Tri-air induction for hotter fire, greater efficiency, and less creosote accumulation
- Optional add-on, automatic blower with manual override increases air circulation and extends heat to more rooms
- Flue collar size: 6"
- Not approved for use in mobile or modular homes
- Not available for sale in WA and CA
Capacities Amounts Fuel Wood Heating Capacity Up to 1,900 Sq. Ft. Log Length 24" BTUs Up to 110,000 Depth w/blower 26" Depth w/o blower 21.25" Width 33.5" Height 34.25"
SKU 003340356 Model BEC95 ** Weight 300.0000 Color No Size No Width No In Store Only No Price $799.00
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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- Train wreck Review by Big Reg
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Received the stove direct fr factory. When the box was opened it looked like it had been in a train wreck. Top, back, and one side were dented. Would not suggest buying one unless you can pick it up at time of purchase.
(Posted on 12/9/2014)
- As good as you can find Review by Randy Sexton
Price Value Quality
This stove is as good as you can find for a cabinet enclosed wood stove. It is made very well and should provide years of trouble free service. To comply with EPA restrictions, there are 8 big air holes in the ash door and 3 big air holes in the firebox door. If you want to hold a fire in the stove for say 10 hours, some or all of those holes need to be plugged. I've started out plugging them all. The air for the fire is supplied through an adjustable air vent into the fire box. If that doesn't turn out to be enough air, I can open one or more of the holes in the ash door to supply more air. I don't think it will be necessary. I've been using the stove for less than a week but, the air vent into the firebox seems adequate. A good sized piece of firewood placed into the firebox before bedtime yields a nice bed of coals in the morning.
(Posted on 10/28/2014)
- Have not had a chance to try yet Review by Joel Bagwell
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Have not had a chance to try yet, but from past experience we
believe we will like it. Good company service.
The only thing so far not the best (minor) the top binds on the left side when opening or closing.
Wish for a store in the Asheville/ Hendersonville area.
(Posted on 9/25/2014)
- POOR Quality Review by Ray Guy
Quality Price Value
Heater will not heat. doors will not shut , pins to not fit . A very shoddy unit. workmanship very poor. would not purchase another one at ALL .Must have been made in CHINA!!!!
(Posted on 2/13/2014)
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Questions on US Stove Ashley Wood Circulator Heater BEC95
- From aunvah argon at 8/27/2014 9:57 PM
- From kevin at 11/13/2014 4:13 PM
- Q: What is the difference in the coal burner and the wood burner.
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- A: hello,
I contacted the manufacturer in regards to your question and this is the response i received:
The ‘shaker grate’ at the bottom of the stove and the clean out door beneath it are the primary differences between a coal and a wood stove. Unlike coal, wood will burn whether there is a draft from the top or side of the fire. Though it will burn better with a controlled draft from the bottom, it is not necessary. Coal, on the other hand, requires a draft from beneath the coal bed in order to burn. The shaker grate exists to allow this draft to come in and shakes so that ash falls down into the bottom of the stove, to be removed, instead of clogging the grate.There are some benefits of choosing coal over wood. Coal is ready to use when purchased and does not need time to season. It can usually burn for longer periods of time without reignition, burns hotter than wood and does not need to be stirred or stoked (Anthracite coal actually produces twice as much heat as even wood pellets). The primary benefit is that is the heat level of coal stoves is easier to control. Adjusting the air control levels allows you to determine the amount of heat that is put out by the stove. Many models come with easy to set thermometers.
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