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Q&A About Wood Stoves

Actually, the list does give efficiency figures but they are just defaults; catalytic stoves are given an efficiency of 72%, non-cats are assigned an efficiency of 63% and pellet stoves are all listed as being 78% efficient These are highly suspect figures and their continued use is no credit to EPA's supposed scientific impartiality...

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Pellet stove

A pellet stove is a stove that burns compressed wood or biomass pellets to create a source of heat for residential and sometimes industrial spac By steadily feeding fuel from a storage container (hopper) into a burn pot area, it produces a constant flame that requires little to no physical adjustments...

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Stone & Stoves

The SOLIS K50 is all that is good about pellet stoves: high efficiency, reduced carbon emissions, cleaner, controllable and autonomy but in a smaller size At just 823mm high its one of the smallest pellet stoves on the market Maximum Heat Output 61kW to the room High Efficiency up to 95% - almost 4 times more efficient than an open fire...

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The 5 Best Pellet Stoves

Mar 19, 2020· Boasting an EPA certified efficiency of 875%, this stove is one of the most efficient pellet stove models currently available Not only is it efficient though, but the heating capacity of up to 2,500 sq ft makes it perfect for medium/large houses are areas...

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Pellet Stoves

Pellet Stoves Environmental heat from eco friendly Pellet stoves using a waste material from from wood processing a product of compressed sawdust in to a pellet a few centimetres long A heating method with environmental advantages not only reducing the amount of carbon monoxide in to the atmosphere because of the dry heat, and does not require ....

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Energy Efficiency and Your Wood

Actual efficiency will vary depending on factors such as wood moisture, appliance operation and installation (eg, outside piping, chimney height) Overall efficiency is a better measure than combustion efficiency of the amount of heat that is delivered to the home...

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Cooking Efficiently: 3

In fact, most modern cooking stoves have a thermal efficiency that is on par with that of a three-stone fire The western world switched from open fires to closed cookstoves from the 18th century Initially, these 'kitchen stoves' were used for both heating and cooking, and ,...

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How Can You Get a Vent

Aug 19, 2016· Pellet stoves produce waste exhaust that must be vented to the outside; therefore, vent-free pellet stoves do not exist They require a specific type of sealed exhaust pipe to send the bad air out Here are some vent-free stoves are ultra-convenient, 99% efficient and have a minimal impact on indoor air quality and humidity:...

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Thermal Mass Stoves

The basic principal of all thermal mass stoves is that they trap the heat generated by a hot, efficient, fire and release it slowly into the building's living space Unlike traditional open fireplaces and wood stoves the vast majority of heat that would otherwise be wasted up the chimney in flue gases is extracted before the gases leave the ....

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