Check out this new extra-large size wood insert suitable for larger spaces by Ventis. EPA certified at only 1.32 g/h it features Non-catalytic combustion technology, cast iron door and a 144 CFM quiet blower.
Model # : VB00021
Extra-large size wood insert
EPA certified at only 1.32 g/h
Solidity and manufacturing quality
C-Cast heat shield added to the firestop
Non-catalytic combustion technology
Cast iron door
144 CFM blower
Dry cordwood (16" recommended)
Recommended heating area (9)
1,000 - 2,700 ft²
Overall firebox volume
EPA loading volume
Maximum burn time (9)
Maximum heat output-dry cordwood (4)
Minimum overall heat output rate (4) (5)
18,100 BTU/h (5.3 kW)
Maximum overall heat output rate (4) (5)
49,500 BTU/h (14.5 kW)
Average overall efficiency-dry cordwood (HHV) (5) (6)
Average overall efficiency-dry cordwood (LHV) (5) (7)
Optimum efficiency (1) (2)
Optimum heat transfer efficiency (8)
Average particulate emission rate (3)
Average CO (10)
1. Performances based on a fuel load prescribed by the standard at 7 lb/ft³ and with a moisture content between 19% and 25%.
2. Optimum overall efficiency at a specific burn rate (LHV).
3. This appliance is officially tested and certified by an independent agency.
4. The maximum heat output (dry cordwood) is based on a loading density varying between 15 lb/ft³ and 20 lb/ft³. Other performances are based on a fuel load prescribed by the standard. The specified loading density varies between 7 lb/ft³ and 12 lb/ft³. The moisture content is between 19% and 25%.
5. As measured per CSA B415.1-10 stack loss method.
6. Higher Heating Value of the fuel.
7. Lower Heating Value of the fuel.
8. The optimum heat transfer efficiency is for the low burn rate (using HHV) and represents the appliance’s ability to convert the energy contained in the solid fuels into energy transferred to the room in the form of heat and does not take into account the chemical losses during combustion.
9. Recommended heating area and maximum burn time may vary subject to location in home, chimney draft,heat loss factors, climate, fuel type and other variables. The recommended heated area for a given appliance is defined by the manufacturer as its capacity to maintain a minimum acceptable temperature in the designated area in case of a power failure.