Vogelzang Rancher Wood Burning Stove - SR57E

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The Rancher Wood Stove heats up to 1,000 square feet and offers a BTU rating of 60,000. It features a cast iron "shaker" grate and large ash pan for easy ash removal as well as an ash door and tray for clean out and disposal. A lower "spin-draft" adds efficiency to the unit by controlling the air intake. The Rancher Wood Stove uses 6" oval stove pipe and come fully assembled with the exception of the cast iron legs.

The Rancher is an all cast iron cooking range that will burn both wood and coal. It features a large "flare-top" with four 8" lift-out cook lids that allow convenient top loading. The Rancher's ability to accommodate several pots and pans at once makes it the perfect addition to cabins, hunting camps, and lodges.

Although the Rancher is built for heavy-duty use, it is very flexible and serves many other functional purposes other than cooking and heating. A simple pot of water or steamer set on the top of the wood stove will humidify your home and just a splash of stove scents added to that water will fill your cabin with delightful aroma. Some assembly required.

  • 60,000 BTU rating
  • 6" Oval flue size
  • Heats up to 1,000 sq. ft.
  • Burns both coal and wood
  • Lower "spin-draft" controls air intake
  • (4) 8" Lift out cook lid for top loading
  • Convenient ash door and tray for easy clean out
  • Cast iron "shaker" grate and large ash pan for ash removal

This item is not for sale in the state of California, Utah, and Washington. Customers are responsible for checking local codes and regulations prior to purchase.This stove is not approved for installation in mobile or manufactured homes.
Additional Information
  • Painted matte black
  • 60,000 BTU rating
  • Heats up to 1,000 Sq. ft.
  • 6" Oval flue size
  • 100% Cast iron construction
  • Leg model
  • Swing away top
  • (4) 8" Lift out cook lid
  • Burns either coal or wood
  • Ash door and tray for easy clean out
  • Lower "spin-draft" controls air intake
  • Cast iron "shaker" grate and large ash pan for ash removal
  • Meets EPA requirements for"exempt" wood/coal burning appliances (stoves)
  • Stove dimensions: 28" High x 24" Wide x 20" Deep
  • Some assembly required
  • Not rated for Canadian use
Additional Information
BTU Heat Output (High Burn) Firebox Capacity Area Heated (sq. ft.) Log Size (max) Flue Diameter Burn Time
60,000 Holds 20 lbs Wood or Coal 1,000 14" 6" Oval (Top) 4-6 Hours

Dimensions Firebox Chamber Dimensions Mobile Home Approved Weight Catalytic Combustor
28" High x 24" Wide x 20" Deep 10" Deep x 12" High No 154 lbs No

Clearances to Combustibles

Unit to Side wall 36"
Unit to back wall 36"
Unit Corner to Wall 36"
Pipe Connector to back wall 38"
Pipe Connector to Ceiling 18"

 width= Owners Manual

TO VENT THIS UNIT, YOU MUST USE SINGLE-WALL BLACK STOVE PIPE UNTIL YOU REACH A CEILING OR WALL; WILL NOT ACCEPT DOUBLE WALL STOVE PIPE. You Will need to start with a 12" piece of single-wall,black stove pipe with the crimped end up. You will then need to cut the crimped end off so that the pipe is now able to accept the next piece of stove pipe with the crimped side down.This unit burns hot enough that any creosote that collects in the pipe will burn off. 

Brand Vogelzang
Model SR57E
Shipping Weight (lbs) 154.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 154
Fuel Type Coal
Material Cast Iron
Manufacturers 1 year warranty

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Adjustable legs would make the product more versitle in venting applications.

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  • From Wayne De Cicco at 10/21/2012 11:02 AM
    • can I do a direct vent to the outside through a wall instead going through the roof????
    • Wayne, This is not a direct-vent appliance so no, you must vent the chimney up past the roof line. Here are venting instructions; http://www.northlineexpress.com/media/wysiwyg/pdf/duraplus-installation-instructions.pdf Only direct-vent appliances can vent through the wall and terminate there. These will be gas burning stoves or fireplaces. No wood burning stoves or fireplaces are direct-vent. ...Robert
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  • From Robert at 11/22/2012 8:06 PM
    • Would I have to construct a block chimmney or use double wall pipe up through roof of my workshop Thanks
    • Robert, You would need to check with you local code but you should be able to use stove pipe from the top of your wood stove up to the ceiling of your workshop and then switch to double or triple wall chimney pipe above the roof.
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  • From Doug at 9/3/2014 10:26 PM
    • do all these stoves come with Oregon DEQ or US EPA certification?
    • Hi Doug, Thank you for contacting us on the Vogelzang Rancher. This particular stove is not EPA Certified and does not meet the Oregon regulations. Thank you
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