Sierra™ Woodstoves

For more than 30 years Sierra™ Wood Stoves have provided engineering excellence, exceptional value, and versatility. With new EPA regulations taking effect 2020 the original design EF2100 has been redesigned as S2300 and tested to ASTM Cordwood Standard. Our legacy designs 8000TEC, 4700TE, 2100 and 5300 stoves are consumer supported with operations manuals, parts, and rebuild kits.

Sierra™ S2300 Pedestal
Sierra™ S2300 Pedestal
Sierra™ S2300 Freestanding Leg
Sierra™ S2300 Freestanding Leg
Energy

Sierra™ offers maximum installation flexibility with many installations other stove companies do not provide. Our S2300 Pedestal and Freestanding Leg models off 2.3 cu/ft firebox, 18" cordwood fuel capacity, and 10+ hour burn times (depending on fuel loading). The Shenandoah Thermostatic Coal Heater is available for basements, farm, workshop. Sierraâ„¢ products will continue to offer a growing line of wood and coal heaters!

Sierra™ Stoves exceed EPA Emission requirements and are safety tested to national standards. Style, Performance, and Value are attributes that define Sierra™ Wood Stoves. Maintenance is a snap with most units providing ash pans for easy ash removal and minimum tools required to remove most interior parts for cleaning or replacement. Thoughtful design throughout has provided a stove that is easy to install, operate, and maintain. Sierra™ Stoves is a name to remember!

Sierra™ S2300 Information

Features:

  • Exceptional value and performance
  • Large Firebox for long burn time
  • Simple air control
  • Ash Removal System
  • Heavy Duty Construction
  • Wide variety of installations

Sierra™ S8000II - (2020 Cord Wood, Summer of 2021)

The original Hearthstove® with low overall height, top flue outlet, and side loading door allows for installation in front of fireplaces or raised hearths. Utilizing a updated 2020 catalytic combustor design with SS air tubes (Hi-Bred Cat) increases the performance. The following performance information is taken from 2020 Cordwood Test Standard, five run test series:

  • PM Emission Rate (g/hr) - 1.70
  • Heat Output Range High (BTU/hr) - 71,300, Low (BTU/hr) - 16,700
  • HHV Efficiency (%) - 77.8%
  • LHV Efficiency (%) - 83.6%
  • Estimated Low Burn Time 11.5 hours (Oak)
  • Tested with 19" cordwood length

More information price and availability due late summer 2021.

Dotson Sierra™ 8000
Sierra™ 8000TEC
Sierra™ 8000TEC
Sierra™ 8000TEC

Sierra™ 8000TEC with options including: Pedestal, Blower Fan, and Custom Color. Note top or rear flue outlet options.

Catalytic and Non-Catalytic Advantages

Sierra™ Wood Stoves and inserts are certified to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and are designed to produce low emissions. We manufacture both catalytic and non-catalytic designs, which use different technologies to achieve high efficiency and clean-burning performance.

The Sierra™ 8000 Catalytic wood stove and 4700 Insert are larger than non-catalytic wood-burning stoves, with longer burn times. Our catalytic wood stoves and inserts include a ceramic catalytic combustor in the upper firebox with a bypass damper to assists in easy starts. In a conventional stove up to 30% of the chemical energy may not be consumed in the firebox and can escape to form creosote which pollutes the chimney and the atmosphere. The catalytic combustor operates at high temperatures using this additional energy so you retrieve heat from the burning logs and from the burning smoke generating up to 50% more heat. The catalytic stove can reduce chimney creosote build-up, lessen air pollution, and decrease operating costs when compared to a conventional stove.

Our catalytic combustors are designed to withstand 12,000 hours of continuous use and come with a manufacturer’s 7-year pro-rated warranty. Proper and regular maintenance will increase the effectiveness of the combustor and help optimize its life expectancy.

Non-catalytic wood stoves use refractory materials to hold heat within the firebox, and inject secondary air into the top of the firebox to further the combustion process. Sierra’s non-catalytic wood stoves and inserts are very clean-burning and efficient. Non-catalytic wood stoves can be used for zone heating as well as heating large areas. The Sierra™ Wood Stove line with it's many models and configurations allow for placement in a zone that will help to provide heat throughout your home.

Legacy Pre-2020 (Replacement Parts Available) Sierra™ 4700TEC Insert

The 4700 Fireplace Insert was designed to fit the largest masonry fireplaces and utilize a proven catalytic combustor design providing high burn efficiency and 2.5 Grams/hr. Replacement parts and rebuild kits are available from our parts page.

Sierra™ 4700TE Fireplace Insert
Sierra™ 4700TE Fireplace Insert
Sierra™ 4700TE Fireplace Insert
Sierra™ 4700TE Fireplace Insert

A true three window bay view allows for wide angle view of the fire. A thermostat controlled dual fan circulates room air for maximum efficiency. This is your big house wood heater!

Legacy Pre-2015 (Replacement Parts Available) Sierra™ 2100

Attractive design with step top and heavy duty construction. The 2100 has pedestal and leg freestanding models and a hearth mount with rear flue connection.

All stoves feature heavy duty steel construction, wide view ceramic glass, large firebox for overnight burns, simple single lever air control, and ash removal system. Additional features include outside combustions air, mobile home approval, and optional 130 cfm blower system.

Sierra™ 2100PB
Sierra™ 2100PB
Sierra™ 2100FS
Sierra™ 2100FS
Sierra™ 2100HS
Sierra™ 2100HS

Legacy Pre-2015 (Replacement Parts Available) Sierra™ 5300

Originally designed as a zero clearance fireplace insert the "Cricket" has a small profile to allow for easy installation. Also available as a free standing stove with pedestal and reduced clearance jacket.


Sierra™ 5300 Pedestal

Sierra™ 5300 Insert

Model Brochures and Specifications including legacy models