on all orders to the lower 48 states
The Timberwolf Economizer 2200 wood stove provides an economical solution to rising costs of home heating. These clean burning, cost effective wood stoves deliver the reliable heat you need. Outstanding efficiencies, a solid cast iron arched door and an impressive viewing area make the Timberwolf 2200 wood stove a perfect choice for your home or cottage. Available in pedestal or leg models to suit your specific style.
Timberwolf's wood burning stoves are designed to meet Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) clean burning emission standards. Part of our commitment is to consider the overall impact of Timberwolf products on the environment and to provide our customers with the utmost in comfort and safety in their homes. Timberwolf wood burning hearth products provide an economical solution to the rising costs of home heating without sacrificing efficiencies and quality.
|Timberwolf 2200 Wood Stove Specifications|
|Depth - Overall||24 5/8"|
|Width - Overall||26"|
|Height - Overall (Pedestal Model)||29 7/8"|
|Height - Overall (Leg Model)||31 3/8"|
|Firebox dimensions (Depth)||14 5/8"|
|Firebox dimensions (Width)||20 7/8"|
|Firebox dimensions (Height)||11 5/8"|
|Type of Fuel||Wood|
|Maximum log length||18"|
|Log positioning||Over width|
|Recommended Heating Area (sq. ft.)||800-1,800|
|Type of Door||Single, glass with cast iron frame|
|Glass Surface||16 7/16" x 9 5/16"|
|Firebox volume (cu. ft.)||1.9|
|Recommended chimney diameter||6"|
|Minimum floor protection in front of unit||18" CAN/16"USA|
|Glass Type||Ceramic glass|
|Center line of flue outlet to the back||6 1/2"|
|Center line of flue outlet to the side||13"|
|Maximum output - EPA test wood||36,976 BTU/h|
|Maximum output - seasoned cord wood||65,000 BTU/h|
|Emissions (grams/hour)||2.25 g/h|
|Canadian Standard (emissions)||CSA B366.2|
|USA standard (emissions)||EPA|
|Canadian Standard (safety)||ULC-S627|
|USA standard (safety)||UL 1482|
|Timberwolf 2200 Wood Stove Minimum Clearances to Combustibles*|
|Single Wall Stove Pipe||Double Wall Stove Pipe|
|Clearance - back wall||17 1/2"||12 1/2"|
|Clearance - placed in a corner||11"||7"|
|Clearance - side wall||19"||19"|
|Clearance – top (measured from the platform on which the appliance is installed)**||84"||75"|
|Clearance - minimum floor protection in front of the fireplace||16" US / 18" CA||16" US / 18" CA|
|* The information given on the certification label affixed to the appliance always overrides the information published in any other media (owner's manual, catalogues, flyers, magazines and/or web sites).|
|** Some appliances have been tested with a low ceiling. Before setting up your unit, refer to the installation manual.|
The Leg Kit with Bottom Heat Shield provides a more traditional wood stove look. The Bottom Heat Shield is included to allow the Timberwolf 2200 wood stove to sit on standard floor protection. The leg model stoves are great when decorative floor protection or tile is underneath the stove to allow a full view through the bottom of the stove.
The Pedestal Base is a more contemporary look which would look great with a modern decor. The pedestal alleviates the need for a Bottom Heat Shield, although standard floor protection is still required underneath the Timberwolf 2200 wood stove.
Are you looking for an easy way to clean your Timberwolf 2200 wood stove without having to constantly shovel out the ash to clean the stove? The Ash Pan is the perfect solution. The Ash Pan is available for either the leg or pedestal model. Simply open the ash plug inside the stove and push the ashes into the pan. The ash pan conveniently pulls out of the bottom of the stove and you can neatly remove the ashes from your home without having to shovel the ashes from the stove. No more spilling the ashes on the carpet, the Ash Pan offers an easy, clean solution.
The Variable Speed Blower will allow you to maximize the heating power of the Timberwolf 2200 wood stove. The Blower runs with a thermal disk that will turn the blower off when the stove is not in use. You will never have to turn the blower off unless you do not want to use it while the stove is running. The 90 CFM blower will push the heat throughout the home to increase the heating space.