Anthra-Max DS-XV14, XV15, XV16

Whole Home Heating Solutions

Since 1980, DS Stoves has been the premier choice for whole home heating solutions. As a family-owned business, we take great honor in our family values and integrity — and it shows in every wood, coal furnace and stove we manufacture. Traditional craftsmanship defines each stove, with a promise of high efficiency, low maintenance and quality to last a lifetime. DS Stoves are rich in tradition, with honesty and integrity built in.


• Made in USA            • Hand Crafted              • Built To Last                     • Easy Operation

• Tough                       • 5 Year Warranty          • Easy Maintenance           • Priced Right   


Three Models: DS-XV14, DS-XV15, DS-XV16

Benefits

  • It’s the Only Hopper Fed Coal Stove in the Industry with A Re-Burn System
  • Heat Exchange Tubes Through Firebox for Maximum Efficiency and also Increase Natural Circulation Through out Heating Area
  • DS Hot Air Regulator to Maintain Temperatures at the Comfort Level Wanted
  • Exert Shaker Handle for No Dust
  • Extra wide Ash Pan for Capturing All Ashes and Extended Storage
  • Large 139 Sq. In. Viewing Area of Glass
  • Replaceable Interior Parts
  • Knife Edge Door Deals on All Doors for Optimal Sealing

All Three Models Have These Features

  • 4” x 16” Cast Iron Grates
  • Removable 40 lb. Coal Hopper
  • Heat Exchange Tubes Through Firebox for Maximum Efficiency
  • 1 1/2 Rows of Standard 4 1/2” x 9” Firebrick
  • High Temperature Blanket Insulation Behind Firebrick (3100 Degrees F) Between Firebrick and Exterior Steel Wall
  • Removable Firebrick Retainers (Bolt On) Easy to Replace if needed
  • Removable Baffle/Re-Burn System Constructed from High Quality 304 Stainless Steel
  • Adjustable Air Wash
  • Controlled by DS Hot Air Regulator (Proven for Over 25 years.)
  • Hopper Fed
  • Cast Iron Hopper Door and Frame
  • Optional Cover Lid
  • New Design Wood Handles
  • New Cast Iron Fire Door with Large Viewing Glass (Area)
  • Weld on Fire Door Frame
  • Extra Wide Cast Iron Ash Door
  • Weld on Ash Door Frame
  • Extra Wide Ash Pan for Optimal Storage Capacity
  • New Design Legs
  • Skirting

Exhaust and Clearances

  • 6” Rear Exhaust
  • Minimum 20’ Class A Chimney
  • Unit must be installed on UL1618 Type 2 Floor Protector that extends 8” each side, 8” in back, and 12” in Front
  • Unit to Side Wall Clearance to Combustibles 18”
  • Unit to back Wall Clearance to Combustibles 18”
  • 45 Degree Corner Installation to Combustibles 9”
  • Single Wall Stove Pipe to Combustibles 18”


DS-XV14


  • Firebox size 16” w x 12” d. x 14” h.
  • 2 - 4” x 16” Cast Iron Grates
  • 6 Heat Exchange Tubes Through Firebox for Maximum Efficiency
  • Optional Cover Lid
  • No Step Top Option
  • Living Room Skirting Only

The Following is a Estimate At This Time. New Information will be posted when available.

  • Heating Area 500-1600 Sq. Ft.
  • BTU’s 80,000


DS-XV15

  • Firebox size 16” w x 16” d. x 14” h.
  • 3 - 4” x 16” Cast Iron Grates
  • 8 Heat Exchange Tubes Through Firebox for Maximum Efficiency
  • Optional Cover Lid
  • Optional Step Top and Cover Lid
  • Optional Living Room Skirting
  • Optional Basement Skirting

The Following is a Estimate At This Time. New Information will be posted when available.

  • Heating Area 1000-2000 Sq. Ft.
  • BTU’s 96,000


DS-XV16

  • Firebox size 16” w x 20” d. x 14” h.
  • 4 - 4” x 16” Cast Iron Grates
  • 10 Heat Exchange Tubes Through Firebox for Maximum Efficiency
  • Optional Cover Lid
  • Optional Step Top and Cover Lid
  • Optional Living Room Skirting
  • Optional Basement Skirting

The Following is a Estimate At This Time. New Information will be posted when available.

  • Heating Area 1250-2500 Sq. Ft.
  • BTU’s 125,000


This is how this stove gets it’s air intake, and how you control the amount of air the stove with let into the firebox. By doing so, you are also controlling the temperature of the stove. Say it’s the easier or late in the winter season (burning season), and you don’t need the stove temperature to burn at middle or high but a low, this is how you control it. It’s the easies and safer then the standard screw out and in knob or the slide to left to right, to bring air into the stove. If you set the DS Regulator and walk away, the stove will only get as high in temperature as you set it. No running away stove temperatures that could cause damage to stove or your home.


This stove uses DS Hot Air Circulator Heat Tubes, by circulating the air. The heat from the fuel and exhaust, heats these circulator tubes. The hot air rises out of the top of the tubes. When this happens, if creates a draw of air. The hot air leaving the top of the tubes has to be replaced. Cooler air that sits on the floor is now drawn up into the bottom of the tubes, making the air circulate. This is a continues process moving the air and heating the cooler air. 

CirculatorTopHopper

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Other Features

NO ELECTRICITY 

NO FAN NEEDED

Firebrick lining of firebox increases efficiency for longer burn times

Heat exchanger tubes through firebox for natural circulation

Ceramic glass in door with Air Wash System

Heavy Duty cast iron ash grate system

Exterior ash shaker system reduces dust


Safety Tested to UL Standards

Fuel Type:  Coal


Gravity fed Coal Hopper

Burn Time 24 to 48 Hours (Even Longer on the early and late season when it is warmer and you don’t need to run the stove so hot.)

Bimetal Draft Regulator

Automatic Secondary Oxygen

Adjust heat from stove with only the knob on Hot Air Regulator


Burns ANTHRACITE COAL (Hard) in the following sizes:

Egg:  3 1/4 x 2 7/16  

Stove:  2 7/16 x 1 5/8

Nut:  1 5/8 x 13/16

Pea:  13/16 x 9/16


The Maintenance on the stove is low. Normal cleaning. 

Great Well Built and Tough Handcrafted Stove, that will last many years at a Great Price now and a Low Cost to maintain. SAVING YOU MONEY AND TIME.

5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY



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