Vogelzang Standard Boxwood Wood Burning Stove - BX26E

Item Code: 5VZ-BX26E

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  • 96,000 BTU rating
  • 6" Round flue size
  • Heats up to 800 sq. ft.
  • Cool touch spring handle
  • Swing away top for top loading
  • (2) Lift out cook lids with lid lifter

The Vogelzang Boxwood Stove features a durable cast iron build that radiates heat naturally while assuring years of maintenance free performance. It heats up to 800 square feet and offers a 96,000 BTU rating, making it the perfect accessory for heating workshops, hunting camps, barns and cabins. The Boxwood Stove comes fully assembled and ready to install with the exception of the four cast iron legs.

This low maintenance unit features a swing away top for top loading and easy access to the firebox with a cool touch spring handle for front loading. The spring handle secures with a cam-lock latch. A built-in damper/collar with a 6" flue acts as a safety feature to control the rate of combustion, and prevent smoke damage and the possibility of a house fire. The Boxwood accepts logs up to 23" in length and is topped with two 6" lift out cook lids that are easily removed with an included lid lifter.

Although the Boxwood Stove is built for heavy-duty use, it is very flexible and serves many other functional purposes. 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.

This item is not for sale in the state of California,Oregon, 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
  • 96,000 BTU rating
  • Heats up to 800 Sq. ft.
  • 6" Round flue size
  • 100% Cast iron construction
  • Leg model
  • Swing away top
  • (2) 6" Lift out cook lids
  • Cool touch spring handle
  • Built in damper/collar with 6" flue
  • Meets EPA requirements for"exempt" wood/coal burning appliances (stoves)
  • Exterior dimensions: 32" Long x 26" High x 21" Wide
  • Firebox dimensions: 12" Wide x 7.5" High x 24" Deep
  • Prohibited for sale in the Following states: Washington, California, Utah, and Oregon.
  • Some assembly required
  • Not rated for Canadian use

Place firebrick, sand or a G26 grate in the bottom of stove before use. This helps to ensure that the bottom does not burn out prematurely. Failure to do this may void the warranty

Additional Information
BTU Heat Output (High Burn) Firebox Capacity (cu. ft.) Area Heated (sq. ft.) Log Size (max) Flue Diameter Burn Time
96,000 1.5 800 23" 6" (Top) 5 Hours

Dimensions Firebox Chamber Dimensions Mobile Home Approved Door Opening Weight Catalytic Combustor
32" Long x 26" High x 21" Wide 12" Wide x 24" Deep x 7.5" High No 12" High x 7.5" Wide 123 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 UNTILL 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 BX26E
Shipping Weight (lbs) 123.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 123
Fuel Type Wood
Material Cast Iron
Manufacturers 1 year warranty

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Customer Reviews

Posted: 6/19/2013

Reviewer: Dwight

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this thing is awesome

This is a top of the line stove , a must have.

Questions on Vogelzang Standard Boxwood Wood Burning Stove - BX26E

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  • From jeanne at 11/21/2012 10:39 AM
    • Can you burn wood pellets in a standard wood burning stove?
    • Jeanne, Pellets will not burn properly in a regular wood burning stove. In order to burn pellets effectively, they require forced air to aid in combustion.
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  • From Robert J DeHart at 11/22/2012 8:25 PM
    • do i need to add fire bricks for this stove and can i use double wall pipe after single wall from stove
    • Thank you for your question. This model wood stove typically does not use firebricks. Single wall stove pipe or double wall stove pipe can be used on the first floor with the stove then we recommend transitioning to class a pipe from there. Whether that's at the ceiling or going out the wall.
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  • From John at 11/25/2012 9:15 AM
    • Is there a special adapter to fit the stove pipe?
    • John, This wood stove has a unique flue collar and does not require a stove top adapter. You will need to use a short piece of single wall stove pipe and flip it upside down so that the female end of the pipe slips over the flue collar on the stove. You can use screws or furnace cement to secure the pipe to the flue collar. The male crimped end of the pipe would be pointing up. You will need to cut the male end of the pipe off to allow your next piece of stove pipe can properly connect,
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  • From J. Stoneman at 11/27/2012 5:10 PM
    • Measurements for Boxwood stove: h-w-d, (h - with legs and without legs) thank you, need info ASAP
    • The measurements for the standard boxwood wood burning stove are 32" Long x 26" High x 21" Wide. The only height I have available for this stove is with the legs because this unit does not allow you to remove the legs for installation.
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  • From Sharon at 12/2/2012 8:45 PM
    • Is this considered a Parlor or a Franklin stove? What is the difference?
    • Thank you for your question. This is a boxwood style stove.
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