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Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by Jan-Sietze, Dec 25, 2018.

  1. Jan-Sietze

    Jan-Sietze ArboristSite Operative

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    Simply take a photo and show us your wood stove:

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    This is our Attika Gabo,
    these wood stoves are made in Switzerland
    7-9 kW
     
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    Merry Christmas! Beautiful stove...
     
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    Not a very good picture....but

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    Thermo Control model 550...made in Cobbleskill NY
     
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    Just cleaned it out and put some wood in.[​IMG]

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    My shop heater in the basement workshop: BarrelStoveBsmt.JPG
     
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    Non catalytic
     
  9. Wood Doctor

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    Beautiful dog, Franny.

    Your stove reminds me of the All-Nighter I used while in Ashford, CT back in '78.
     
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    In the basement to heat the house. Modeled just like a Papa Bear but about 25-30% bigger 20180928_070815.jpg
     
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    NCPT Love my saws

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    Shop stove.....the legendary Papa Bear
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    I believe that is the Mama Bear, My Dad had a papa bear and it had two doors.
     
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    From the dimensions of my stove, it's a Papa Bear. Double door stoves were Grandpa/Grandma series and were a fireplace type stove. I'm no expert on this so anyone who is, please correct me.
    https://www.firewood-for-life.com/fisher-wood-stove.html
     
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    NCPT is correct. I came close to buying a Fisher stove years ago. Nashua was/is another good name.
     
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    A "la Nordica Norma S DSA"
    5kWh Air
    19kWh Water
    Big plus is the outside doesn't get hot enough to burn yourself or our little girls. Even the window doesn't get blistering hot.[​IMG]

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    This custom stove is at one of my local establishments.
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    So it heats hot water for baseboard heat or domestic hot water?
     
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    Came with the house when we bought it, works like a charm.:cool: 8F545ACE-0574-4714-A0E2-D02A7C19F246.jpeg A3246A84-AFE3-402D-9B2B-3DB83A07F7F3.jpeg
     
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    That is the first wood-burning stove that I have seen here with the front door hinging downward. Truly a remarkable achievement, I am surprised that other stove MFG's have not offered it.

    My best to you, Grizz. Let us know how well it works in January to help heat your house. I suspect it is going to be truly exceptional.
     
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    Been using it for over 20 yrs, keeps it toasty warm. I can bank it up with a load and not touch it for over 10 hrs, open it and throw a couple of splits in, close it for another 10 hrs. All the best back at you. :cool:
     
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