The following woodburning devices are approved for use in new and existing/remodel residential construction:
|Caminetti Montegrappa||Light 06 with Catalyst1||3.9 grams/hour|
|Majco||Majestic PF-362||5.5 grams/hour|
|Majco||Majestic F/FC 362||5.5 grams/hour|
|Majco||Majestic Monarch BFC 36||5.0 grams/hour|
|Moberg/Royal Crown||MRC 3036 *||3.9 (g/kg)|
|Moberg/Royal Crown||MRC 3042 *||2.0 (g/kg)|
|RSF Energy||Delta, Delta 2||3.5 grams/hour|
|RSF Energy||Opel AP||3.7 grams/hour|
|RSF Energy||Omega2||6.7 grams/hour|
|RSF Energy||Oracle/ Focus ST**3||7.5 grams/hour|
|Temp-Cast||2000 *||3.0 (g/kg)|
|Tulikivi||TU 1000*||2.6 (g/kg)|
|Tulikivi||TU 2200 *||3.5 (g/kg)|
|Tulikivi||TLU 2450 *||2.0 (g/kg)|
* These are site-built, clean-burn masonry heaters
It is important to note that the above list does not include all APCD-approved devices; it applies only to those devices which are not EPA-certified, but are still approved for use by the APCD. There are several wood burning devices on the market that are sold as zero-clearance fireplaces and are EPA-certified, and therefore acceptable for installation. If you have a question about a fireplace not specifically identified above, check to see if it has an EPA certification tag. If it does, then it automatically qualifies as an APCD-approved device. If there is no EPA certification tag, and the device is not listed above, then it most likely is not approved for installation.
“Certified Exempt” appliances and fireplaces which voluntarily meet the EPA’s “Phase 2 Qualified” status do not meet the emission requirements of Rule 504.
EPA Phase 2 Qualified fireplaces are NOT EPA Phase II Certified!!!
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(Updated June 22, 2015)