Model 82 Furnace

Hitzer model 82 Furnace is integrated with design and satisfaction.  This stove utilizes the basic design of the model 82 stove, while capitalizing on the availability provided by preexisting ductwork.  To meet the convenience of our customers this stove was designed to capture the heat produced by the stove and with the provided ductwork, distribute it directly to different locations throughout your home.  This provides evenly warm heat to the locations you desire.  By having an extra-large fuel door and firebox this allows for multiple fuel types and sizes as well as btu ratings of 110,000 btu’s. With this exceptional design this stove has heating capabilities of up to 2,500 square feet. 

Developed to meet customer’s satisfaction the stove is accompanied with multiple available options to meet your needs.  The 82 Furnace may be used as a radiant version or with an optional 980 cfm blower.  Another popular option is an air filter housing system that can accompany a blower unit. There is also an optional water coil for heating domestic hot water.  This stove can be used as a very cost efficient primary source of heat with amazing heat outputs.  Relax and enjoy the qualities of this Hitzer stove.

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Automatic Thermostat Control, Steel Construction, Sliding Damper System, Cast Iron Grates, Shaker Grate System, Removable Ash Pan, Firebrick Lined, 7" Flue, 12" Heat Duct Collar, Pewter Accents on Fuel and Ash Door Springs and Damper Rosette Knob, Stove Bright Paint in Charcoal, Multiple Fuel Capabilities (Anthracite and Bituminous Coal)

Optional Features

Radiant Model, Blower Model, 980 CFM Blower, 20" x 20" Filter Housing for Blower, Hot Water Coil
  • Specs
    Measurement
  • Flue Size
    7"
  • Heating Capacity
    Up 3,000 SQ FT
  • BTU Rating
    30,000-110,000
  • Addl. Specs
    Width
    Depth
    Height
  • Stove
    25"
    30"
    48"
  • Firebox
    15"
    24"
    13"
  • Fuel Door
    11"
    N/A
    12"
  • Clearance
    Unit
    Flue
  • Side Wall
    28"
    18"
  • Back Wall
    28"
    18"
  • Floor Protection
    Front
    Side
    Rear
  • Dimensions
    16"
    8"
    8"
  • Floor to Flue
    Measurement
  • Top of Flue
    41"
  • Bottom of Flue
    34"

Grate

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • Center Bar Grate Carrier
    82fcbgc
  • Grate
    82fg
  • Grate Holder
    82fgh
  • Grate Shaker
    82fgs

Fire Brick

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • Cast Iron Air Vent
    82fciav
  • Fire Brick 4x13
    82ffb4x13
  • Fire Brick 4x9
    82ffb4x9
  • Fire Brick 4x9
    82fb4x9
  • Front Fire Brick Retainer
    82fafront
  • Front Fire Brick Retainer
    82fr
  • Left Fire Brick Retainer
    82faleft
  • Rear Fire Brick Retainer
    82farear
  • Retainer Bolts
    82frb
  • Right Fire Brick Retainer
    82faright

Ash Door

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • Ash Door Frame
    82fadf
  • Ash Door Handle
    82fah
  • Ash Pan
    82fap
  • Ash/Fuel Door Handle Spring
    82ffas
  • Cast Ash Door Complete
    82fcadh
  • Cast Fuel/Ash Door Handle Spring
    82fcastsh
  • Fuel/Ash Door Gasket 3/4
    82f3/4gask
  • Fuel/Ash Door Handle
    82ffah
  • Fuel/Ash Door Handle Spring
    82fas

Fuel Door

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • Cast Fuel Door Complete
    82fcfdh
  • Cast Fuel/Ash Door Handle Spring
    82fcastsh
  • Fuel Door Draft Spinner
    82ffc
  • Fuel Door Frame
    82fdf
  • Fuel Door Handle
    82fah
  • Fuel/Ash Door Gasket 3/4
    82f3/4gask
  • Fuel/Ash Door Handle
    82ffah
  • Fuel/Ash Door Handle Spring
    82fas

Damper

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • Damper Assembly
    82fda
  • Damper Assembly Rosette Knob
    82frk
  • Damper Rod
    82fdr

Thermostat

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • Thermostat Bi-Metal Spring
    82ftms
  • Thermostat Complete
    82ftc
  • Thermostat Knob and Spring
    82ftks

Air Intake

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • Air Intake Door and Chain
    82faid
  • Air Intake Door Hinge
    82faih
  • Air Intake Door Magnetic Catch
    82fmc
  • Air Intake Frame
    82fait
  • Chain
    82fchain
  • Connectors
    82fconn

Blower

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • 980 CFM Blower
    82f980b
  • Boot for Blower
    82fboot
  • Fan Limit Control
    82fflc
  • Filter Housing for Blower
    82ffh

Miscellaneous

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • Glue
    82ftgc
  • Legs
    82fleg
  • Poker
    82fp

Stove Top

  • Part Name
    Part Number
  • 7
    82f7c
  • Screws for Top
    82fscr
  • Stove Top
    82fst
Does Anthracite Coal give off more heat in comparison to wood?

Yes, there is more heat produced by burning Anthracite Coal compared to burning wood. This is because there are more BTU’s in Anthracite Coal.

How do I make my stove burn warmer?

There are numerous ways to make the stove burn warmer. First, remove all the ash build up by shaking the ashes with the grate shaker. Next, allow for more air to enter through the air intakes. This can be done by adjusting the thermostat to a higher number, opening the ash door slides, opening the air intake knobs, or a combination of these methods. The last method is to apply more fuel, as you might not have enough fuel to maintain a hot fire.

How do I start Anthracite Coal?

Anthracite Coal starts differently compared to other fuel sources. There are three important factors that must occur to start Anthracite Coal successfully. The three factors are air flow, heat source, and fuel. First, there must be air flow and the air must come from the bottom and flow up through the coal. The next necessity is that there must be an already hot source of heat such as a kindling fire or hot charcoal. The last necessity is that there has to be enough Anthracite Coal to burn properly. This system of events occurs over a period of time and must be performed in stages. The first stage is to clear all of the ash to allow correct air flow. The next stage is to create a hot kindling or charcoal fire. And finally, the last stage is to cover the whole grate area one layer at a time with coal, allowing each layer to start burning before applying the next layer.

How long of burn time can I expect from one burn period, before filling the stove with more coal?

There are a lot of variables that can affect the burn time of the unit. These variables include the exterior weather conditions, room temperature desired, draft of the chimney, as well as many other conditions. Results may vary, but the average burn time between loads ranges from 8-24 hours. These burn times may exceed the averages, depending on the situation as every situation is different.

Is Anthracite Coal the same as Bituminous Coal?

Anthracite coal and Bituminous coal are very different. 

Anthracite Coal is a premium type of coal. It is very hard and compact. It is considered the highest quality of coal. It has the least amount of impurities, giving it the name “Clean Coal.” Anthracite coal has no soot residue and produces no smoke when consumed. 

Bituminous Coal is a “soft coal” that contains tar-like particles within the coal. It is dirty to touch as well as burn. Because of these tar-like particles called “bitumen” it leaves soot like residue. It also produces dark smoke full of impurities and bitumen when consumed.

What is Anthracite Coal?

Anthracite Coal is a premium hard clean-burning coal mined out of Pennsylvania. It is one of the most economical fuel and heat sources in the world today. Anthracite coal produces the lowest cost per BTU and more consistent even heat, compared to other fuel sources such as wood pellets, fuel oil, natural gas, electricity, and wood. Anthracite coal burns very warm and clean producing no dirty soot or particle build up. It leaves no residue and produces no smoke.

What number should I have the thermostat set on?

The number the thermostat is set on should correlate with the amount of heat you want the stove to produce. The higher the number, the more heat the stove will produce. The lower the number the less heat it will produce. The number for the setting is determined by the preference of the customer.