Now Using Clean Burn Technology.
Designed to save valuable interior space, the EPA Certified FC1900 wood burning outdoor furnace takes the job outside! Superbly engineered to maximize comfort by delivering warmth to the largest of residences, while also boasting UL approval for mobile and modular homes, the FC1900 exceeds expectation. Providing longer burn times and distributing more heat than pre-EPA approved furnaces, this Fire Chief unit delivers results. Initiated by our thermostatically controlled draft blower and self-regulating secondary air control system, our longer burn times eliminate worry between loads. Fire Chief’s use of the industry’s strongest high capacity, 3-speed adjustable draft blower guarantees reliable distribution and whole-home circulation of heat while the digital thermostat monitors the temperature to maintain comfort ensuring maximum performance with less user interaction. Loaded with features that the competition considers options or upgrades, the FC1900 heats up to 3,000 sq. ft. confidently with its Clean Burn Technology. Featuring a 4.6 cu. ft. firebox accepting 26” logs, the FC1900 distributes a maximum peak output of 240,000 BTU¹ of heat throughout your home. Highly engineered airflow and well insulated panels reduce the installation clearance of your FC1900 to a minimum of 12-inches (max. 25-feet) from your home. Equipped with our patented Heat Dump, which protects critical electrical components in the event of a power failure, Fire Chief’s FC1900 continues to outperform the competition. Our exclusive 360° cast iron roller grate system and stainless-steel ash pan enable ease of maintenance and deliver high efficiency furnace operation. The FC1900 rear-mounted draft blower and side-mounted electrical enclosure streamline the design of our outdoor model. Manufactured for over 40 years in St. Louis, Missouri, the FC1900 proudly displays its MADE IN THE USA label.
Fire Chief. Burns Longer. Burns Hotter. Burns Cleaner.
¹Based upon tested efficiency at Maximum Peak Input. BTU output cycles dependent upon the amount, frequency, and quality of wood. It is not a continuous, steady output.