Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by DexterDay, Apr 30, 2013.
That's what she said
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I was wondering if the stove can automatically increase the BTU output to warm up a cold room fast?
When I tested the Harman in the cold garage, it came on blazing with the auger running continuously until the room came up to temp. The the stove automatically backed down running intermittently to keep the room at that temp and then automatically shut down when it got warm outside during the day! I was just amazed since I have not seen any other stove do that?
With a Harman and wireless Skytech T-Stat you can have any area a constant temp!
The exchange system on this stove is a very good one in my opinion
Much more surface area than a standard Tube (rectangular channels is what is has) type model. It only has 6 rectangular channels, but they are rather large, and very long, coming up the entire back of stov and running across the top, until the exit point.
More pics to follow tomorrow when I get time
Hey Dexter, maybe you can put a heat gun on it for different heat levels? It would be interesting how hot it gets.
I put one on the Harman and got 500 degs at one point. I could not get close to it! The acorrdian heat exhangers are also very good!
There are no heat levels. Its a touch screen with a Slide. You slide the cursor up and down to adjust heat level.
As for steel temps with an IR gun? I am only interested in the actual air temp coming out of exchanger. The steel will get hot on every stove. But the amount of heat that it can extract is what matters the most.
My Quad has a very good design, the Fahrenheit does also, but the Enerzone may take the cake, in terms of sq inches.
It also has an area on the top for warm air to radiate up through. It has a cast base, door, ash pan door, and lid. Thick steel body and very good sealing door, ash pan, and solid handles for both.
Nice looking stove. Congrats. Looking forward to see the finished install.
I hope this isn't a repeat of last year....
Last year, the stove (not this stove) had sub standard heat output...
This year (Eurostar ) the output throws shame at my Quad. Exchange system is well built and the convection blower is almost Silent!! Overall, I am very impressed with build quality, materials used, and appearance
X2, with my new stove.
Your new stove is 50k BTU and the spec I see on your old stove is 55k BTU
However, the bottom feed fires are much more intense and wider than top feeds. Also I have seen many stoves with a 250 CFM or 265 CFM room blower and the heat coming out the front is not nearly as hot!
What is the CFM on your new stove's Room Blower?
My "new to me" Harman P-61a is 61k btu with a 135 CFM room blower, bottom feed with a pretty mean flame when it is cranked! See pic
The heat coming out in front on high is too hot to touch!
My old stove was 45k BTU with a 165 CFM room blower.
Dex, why not Euromaxx for the ducting ability? Seems like cool option
Sorry coming in late with my congrats. Was at a trade show in Denver (Snowed in May 1st with power outage!) good burning weather.
No... it's either manual or thermostat. On T-stat you can adjust the pilot lag from 15 min to 1 hour. Or turn off pilot altogether.
Don't forget, Sometimes they lie!!
I like the Euromax but see my Avatar and Signature I have a Pellet furnace that's Ducted into my HVAC already
I have a Sickness.. I didn't NEED the Fahrenheit when I just had my Quadrafire. But I bought the Fahrenheit anyways . I don't need the Quad, now that I have the Fahrenheit, but I still had to replace it with something nicer
I run the Freestanding stove upstairs in the Shoulders and the Pellet furnace in the Dead of Winter. Having options is nice. Allows for comfort wherever you are
I see no sign of sickness!!
X2, getting off oil or gas completely is the way to go!
Been off for about 5 years now No LP for heat at all.....
Not thinking of going back anytime soon......
I just did
My Palazzetti has this feature
That Palazzetti looks cool
BECAUSE IT IS IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
THANKS TO PALAZZETTI’S DUAL COMBUSTION
Saving energy is a moral imperative noways, to pollute less and reduce
energy consumption. Traditional energy resources will eventually run out, it
is unavoidable. To heat your home in a convenient and healthy way, without
renouncing to comfort, choose to burn cordwood or wood pellet:
eco-friendly and renewable fuel.
Palazzetti’s dual combustion technology solves the problem of incomplete
combustion by adding preheated oxygen(O2). This kindle a second flame that
burns the carbon monoxide (CO) left unburned, releases additional heat
(HEAT) and a quantity of carbon dioxide (CO2) that is in harmony with nature
based on the following chemical reaction:
CO + 1/2 O2 = CO2 + HEAT
The benefits are remarkable: optimum heat efficiency with increased energy
saving and cleaner exhaust gases for reduced atmospheric pollution
resulting in a “green” way to heat your home.
BECAUSE ITS INNOVATIVE FEED SYSTEM (STAR VALVE)
This is exclusive system, designed and tested by Palazzetti for the Ecofire line
of pellet stoves, has many advantages compare to traditional screw feeders.
A star valve, directly anchored to the motor, loads pellets in its pockets in a
noiseless and precise manner and after a 180 degree rotation gravitationally
conveys them into the burn pot. Three blades always separate the hopper
from the flame creating an extra insulation, therefore oxygen can not be
sucked into the firebox preventing the propagation of flames in the hopper.
This makes ECOFIRE stoves extremely safe. This rotary feed system allows
to perfectly adjust the combustion air and maintain a stable combustion. The
blades have sharp edges and thanks to a particular inclination, longer pellets
are automatically cut into regular size allowing the usage of different kind of
wood pellet. Traditional augers can easily clog up because of the sawdust that
accumulates at the bottom of the hopper requiring periodic vacuum cleaning.
Star valve technology is clog-free and do not require any maintenance
BECAUSE IT KNOWS WHEN YOU NEED HEAT
An integrated room thermostat makes it
possible to maintain a constant temperature:
just set the desired temperature on the digital
control panel and the stove automatically
modulates the fan speed and the intensity of
the flame, always assuring the minimum fuel
consumption with the maximum
Can we turn this into a beer thread?
Hope so I'm tired of sales pitches Did you say Beer I'll have another
I like beer.
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