The Pelpro Corn Stove

The Pelpro Corn Stove is derived from the Pelpro Home Heater 120, it is large, square and designed for functionality together with low price. With its generous hopper size, a burn time of up to sixty hours is possible.

This stove is rated to heat an area of 2,000 square feet and can generate 50,000 btu. per hour. There is no ash pan. See comments below.

Corn ignites at a high temperature, and with this stove there is no automatic ignition system. A handful of wood pellets mixed with starter gel must be placed in the grate and the fire started by hand. Because of this, thermostatic on/off mode is not possible.

If you are unsure of the meanings of the terms in the pellet stove review below,or their implications, please go to the Pellet Stove Reviews page for an explanation.


Heating Area 2,000 sq.ft.

Max. Heat Output 50,000 btu.

Min. Heat Output 15,000 btu.

Automatic Ignition No

Manual Ignition This stove must be ignited manually

Hopper Capacity 120 lbs.

Burn time 60 hrs.

Fuel Type Corn

Glass Air Wash Yes

Built in Blower Yes

Convection Blower Capacity 265 cfm.

Thermostat Compatible Yes

E.P.A. Approved Yes

Emissions 0.9 gr./hr.

Efficiency 78%


Height 31.5 in.
Width 26 in.
Depth 24 in.

Weight 225 lbs.

Window Size 11 in. by 8 in.

Flue Vent Size 3 in.

Top Vent No

Rear Vent Yes

Rear Vent Height 8.75 in.

Battery Backup No See Stove Sentry

Surge Protector Recommended

Colours Black

Exhaust Temperature Sensor Yes

Low Draft Shutdown Yes

Construction Type Fabricated steel

Automatic Shutdown and Re-ignition No


One Year

Electrical Components for 1 years from date of sale with valid invoice

Five Years

Stove body for five years against defects in workmanship


Thermostat. See introduction above.
Brass door trim


The air damper must be adjusted manually to suit the burn rate.

The Pelpro Corn Stove has no ash pan or drawer, ashes must be scooped out.

Optional thermostat can only be run in high/low mode, see introduction.



Clean the burn grate and burn pot. Empty ash

Every two or three days

Clean the heat exchanger tubes,

Every one or two tons of fuel

Check the door gasket, clean the air intake, combustion and convection fans, check the hopper for a build up of fines, clean out the stove ash traps.


Inspect and clean the flue vent, vacuum the hopper.


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