- Product Type: Vent Free Gas Logs
- Installation Type: Into A Wood Burning Fireplace Or An Approved Vent Free Fire Box
- Sizes Available: 18"
- BTUs: 25,000
- Efficiency: 99.9%
- Control Types: Modulating Thermostat Knob Controls Room Temperature
- Minimum Fireplace Dimensions: 24"W At Front x 17"H At Front x 18"W At Rear x 10"D
- Certification: By PFS TO ANSI Z21.11.2-2016 And ANSI Z21.60-2017
- Warranty: 2 Year Limited
IGNITION AND CONTROLS: The Buck Stove CR 8T features a modulating thermostatic control system. The log set features a standing pilot light. The pilot lights the main burner. The burner is controlled by a dial that you adjust from red (hotter) to blue (cooler). The way to keep the room the temperature you like it is by turning the log set on high and leaving it on until the room reaches you comfort level. Once it reaches your comfort level, you slowly turn the dial down until the log set shuts off. The log set will then come on and off at that temperature.
Buck Stove has been manufacturing quality wood stoves, gas stoves, wood and gas fireplaces, and coal stoves since 1971. Their state of the art 300,000 square foot facility is located in North Carolina, USA. Manufacturing quality appliances has been their top priority since day one. Using high quality Pittsburgh steel and sourcing other domestically manufactured materials is important to Buck Stove. These high quality parts make Buck Stoves a reliable source of heat when you need it most. When you own a Buck Stove you own a quality product built with pride by quality craftsmen.
VENTLESS GAS APPLIANCES
Vent free appliances burn gas and air at just the right ratio to where they burn the fuel 99.9% efficiently. This high efficiency makes them great supplemental heating appliances. Not having to install a venting system makes them an affordable than vented appliances. Vent free appliances have to pass national safety standards. Ventless burner technology is available in built in fireplaces, freestanding stoves, gas logs, and gas inserts for an existing fireplace. Advancements in technology have created much more realistic flames without affecting the efficiency. As they use room air for combustion they are not intended to be a homes sole source of heat. They are intended to zone heat a certain area of your home that is not being properly heated by your homes heating system.
Some states, cities, and/or municipalities have restrictions around vent-free gas fireplaces. It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure you are following all laws & regulations in your area regarding vent-free fireplaces. For example: California does not allow vent-free appliances, Colorado does not allow vent-free appliances in some areas due to altitudes, and Massachusetts does not allow vent-free appliances in bedrooms or bathrooms.