The Englander 25-PDVC Pellet Stove

The Englander 25-PDVC was originally designed in 1998 and updated in 2004. Many thousands of units have been made.

England's Stove Works deliberately design their stoves with easy home maintenance in mind using standard tools.

This pellet stove uses the standard englander double auger system. The top auger runs intermittently depending on the required burn rate and allows pellets to drop to the lower auger which runs continuously to feed the burn pot.

This stove has no ash pan. Waste ash must be scooped into a suitable fireproof container.

An outside air kit is required when installing this stove.

An electrical surge protector is Recommended.

Good value for money

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englander 25pdvc

Heating Area 1,500 sq. ft.

Max.Heat Output 22,416 Btu.

Automatic Ignition Yes

Manual Ignition If Needed

Hopper Capacity 40 lb.

Fuel Type Wood Pellet (Premium)

Convection Blower Capacity 140 cfm.

Glass Air Wash Yes

Thermostat Compatible Yes

E.P.A. Approved Yes

Efficiency 78%

Emissions 3.1 gr/hr


Height 28"
Width 28"
Depth 21"

Weight 290 lbs.

Window Size 8.5" by 8.5"

Flue Vent Size 3"

Top Vent No

Rear Vent Yes

Rear Vent Height 13.5"

Battery Backup No

See Stove Sentry

Colours Black

Exhaust Temperature Sensor No

Low Draft Shutdown Yes

Construction Type Steel, Cast Iron Door.

Automatic Shutdown and Re-ignition No

Warranty Metal structure of the stove is covered for five years. Mechanical parts, electrical components and glass are covered for one year.


Brass lip trim for ash apron

Nickel lip trim for ash apron

Brass window trim

Nickel window trim

Wall thermostat

Remote thermostat

Outside Air Kit


The Englander 25-pdvc needs regular maintenance to prevent problems arising, particularly paying attention to carbon build up around the front of the auger and its tube which can bind the auger, cause the lower auger motor to overheat, and create a squeaking noise in operation.



Scrape burn pot clean.

Every Three Days:

Remove Ashes
Inspect burn pot, clean wear plate, clean out air holes.


Clean ash from behind the baffle plate, scrape creosote from the front of the auger and tube (this can bind the bottom auger and cause a squeaking noise). Remove ash build up from flue pipes.


Remove and clean the burn pot, replace the gasket. Clean the combustion blower and its tube, replace gasket. Inspect flue and clean if necessary.

Every Two Years:

Replace the door gasket.


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