It is safety rated:
ULC-S627 – STANDARD FOR SPACE HEATERS FOR USE WITH SOLID FUELS
ASTM-E1509 – Standard Specification for Room Heaters, Pellet Fuel-Burning Type
UL-1482 – Standard for Solid-Fuel Type Room Heaters
It is approved by the EPA:
What does this mean?
This means that our Heater meets or exceeds these safety quality control regulations set as standard by the United States Government and are required to be adhered to by law. These important regulations allow you the customer to rely on the knowledge that these devices were intended to be used inside of homes and can be safely operated and installed per all United States building code standards for Homes, Trailers, and Mobile-Homes.
What does this NOT mean?
All heaters require some risk to operate. Our warranty, safety ratings, and EPA approval are by no means meant to imply there are not risks associated with its operation. The Liberator Rocket Heater, like any other wood stove, contains an active combustion chamber that has live wood-based fuel in it during operation. This generates a significant amount of heat (enough to heat a whole 2,000sqft house!), and thus like any wood stove, is incredibly hot to the touch.
All stoves, including the Liberator Rocket Heater and their placement should be seriously considered when installing into your home. These devices generate a significant amount of heat, and can cause injury and even death if operated improperly. Please take necessary care to operate the unit as described in the Owner’s Manual.
ALL RULES AND GUIDELINES IN THE LIBERATOR ROCKET HEATER OWNER’S MANUAL APPLY TO OPERATION AND MUST BE FOLLOWED AND ADHERED TO AT ALL TIMES.
USER ASSUMES ALL RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES AND INJURIES INCURRED WHILE USING THE LIBERATOR ROCKET HEATER.
EDGES ARE MADE FROM STEEL AND MAY STILL BE SHARP. TAKE CARE WHEN HANDLING.
THE BURN GRATE IS MADE OF EXPANDED METAL AND MAY HAVE VERY SHARP EDGES.
TAKE ALL NECESSARY WOOD-STOVE PRECAUTIONS WHEN OPERATING THIS APPLIANCE.