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CheckOut my "glass" filler plate!

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Malak, Aug 23, 2008.

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  1. Malak

    Malak New Member

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    I ordered a piece of "NeoCeram" from onedayglass.com
    (there may be better prices around) to replace my filler
    plate on my multi-fuel stove. It has a faint tint, but looks
    just like glass and is good for 1470 degrees F continous!
    It's nice because I can see the status of the fire without
    bending over and looking thru the peephole and I have
    light from the flames dancing on the ceiling. It's quite
    pricey but worth it, methinks.

    I have an SS threaded screw-eye with two sets of nuts
    and lockwashers. There is a gap between the sets of nuts
    to allow for expansion. Obviously, I had a 1/4" hole put
    dead center in the ceramic.

    :-D

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  2. R&D Guy

    R&D Guy New Member

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    Neat Mod. Why the screw-eye? Is that what holds the glass in place? Sorry I can't tell form the pic. What are you using to seal the glass?
  3. Malak

    Malak New Member

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    The screw-eye is for the end of the poker to tilt it open
    and throw in more pellets. The tubes underneath are
    the heat exchanger pipes built into the stove. There was
    no "seal" on the metal cover that came with the stove
    but I'm told I can buy a special tape for this if I wish.
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