Last post by Jaron - February 19, 2019, 11:33:04 am
No thermostat and no electricity. You can control the heat with the draft. A couple hundred degrees up or down. A more efficient burn occurs with higher temperatures. You can manually turn the stove off by shutting the feed door. After closing, it will take awhile to finish burning the remaining pellets.
Last post by Jaron - February 19, 2019, 11:29:12 am
No down angles. For every 2 horizontal feet, put 8 feel of vertical pipe on top. Go as high as possible before doing a horizontal run. There are no blowers on this stove, it is designed to use a draft like a wood stove. It will not work at all without a good draft. You can go outside of the house. The chimney needs to be installed above the roof line.
Last post by Jaron - February 19, 2019, 10:56:34 am
When the pellets burn, the ash will fall down though the burn basket to a secondary burn plate where the ash finishes burning and turns to dust. The dust falls through the secondary burn plate into the ash bucket
When a pellet drops room becomes available in the burn basket and it is refilled via gravity.