Breathe Easier and Burn Longer Without Breaking the Bank

Catalytic stoves create less pollution and save you money.

FireCat combustors began production in the early 1980s in response to regulations put forth by the Environmental Protection Agency. Air pollution was increasing nationwide, and these guidelines aimed to reduce harmful emissions from wood burning stoves. Older, non-catalytic stoves simply burned wood, but new catalytic stoves are safer, reduce pollution and save consumers money.


Discover the benefits of Firecat combustors.

Save money
Using a FireCat combustor in your catalytic stove converts smoke from burning wood into heat, producing more usable BTUs per kilogram of wood—essentially producing more heat with less wood.
Save time
Enjoy longer—up to 8 hours longer—overnight burns without having to refuel your stove. Save time and sleep soundly, without the extra work to keep your stove loaded throughout the night.
Clean air
Particulate from burning wood is linked to cardiovascular, heart and respiratory diseases. FireCat combustors remove 70% of harmful wood stove emissions, keeping the air clean and your family healthy.
Catalytic combustors prevent the buildup of creosote, so there’s a lower risk of house fires. Since 1990, the number of creosote-caused fires has decreased by 75% thanks to catalytic stoves.
Unsurpassed Quality
FireCat manufactures all our EPA-approved catalytic combustors here in the USA. We have world-class material science expertise in our lab in South Carolina, and we’re constantly improving every product.

Our warranty exceeds industry standards.

While our competitors only offer a 2-year warranty, our products are covered against workmanship, failure to function correctly, and failure of materials for 5 years. Our combustors boast an extremely low percentage of defects off the manufacturing line, and our warranty claims are only .4%, well below the industry average. Our 5-year prorated warranty guarantees our quality.

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Where there’s smoke, there’s usable heat

When wood burns, it emits smoke that goes up the chimney, taking with it about 5-30% more energy that could be used to heat your home. Normally, wood smoke will burn at a temperature of about 1,000°F. But using a catalytic combustor allows the smoke to burn at a lower temperature, converting the pollutants into heat and emitting harmless water vapor and carbon dioxide.