Game: Name natural draft and positive draft pellet stoves

smwilliamson Posted By smwilliamson, Jul 30, 2013 at 4:40 PM

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  1. smwilliamson

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    I'll start. Extra points for pictures

    WP3 - Whitfield Prodigy 2 - positive draft

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  2. MountainSean

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    Lets go for something newer.
    Nu-Tec - Upland - Natural Draft

    Nu-Tec Upland.jpg

    And we don't sell anything for those.
     
  3. smwilliamson

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    There made near me in RI
     
  4. Don2222

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    Englander 25-PFS
    Wood Pellet Stove Hybrid with 6" Top Flue and 2 - 140 CFM Room blowers with dust screens and a positive draft blower still available on ESW parts web site. See pic below

    Or
    How about a positive and negative draft stove like the Osburn hybrid 45MF with the combex blower!
     

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  5. MountainSean

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    Earth Stove (A lot of their models really used a positive draft system) but I will stick with the FP60 - Positive draft

    Sorry I don't have pictures of that one.
     
  6. 343amc

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    The original Dovetec stoves were positive draft. Homely critters too.

    Pics don't like to post from my phone anymore, but there's a pic in the link below.

    http://stove.ldfarms.com/
     
  7. smwilliamson

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    If I remember we right, they had an air tube off the blower to force some air down the feed tube to prevent pressure being built in the hopper. Things looked like my grandmas console stereo player.
     
  8. heat seeker

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    Earth Stove, MP35. Just finished cleaning one. The entire top comes off, makes it a snap to clean, but the top is HEAVY, being cast iron.
     
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    Ecotec Tyr, positive draft. The Tyr can also burn stick wood. The hopper can be placed on either side of the stove or it can be backward mounted if a large pellet storage is in the room behind the stove. See pics.
    IMG_2243.JPG EcoTec_Tyr[1].jpg Lager bag ovnen.jpg EcotecTyr.JPG
     
  10. smwilliamson

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    Ahhhh. You know, totally forgot about that! Know someone with one, perhaps the only one burning here in the states. Love that thing.

    The burn pot on that is almost a total ripoff of pellet king
     
  11. smwilliamson

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    Wiseway natural draft
    Crossman? Or Crossfire? Almost exactly like the Martin, posi draft
    Breckwell 7800 natural draft ( not listed either)
     
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  13. MountainSean

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    Add pellets when you want to use them... don't leave pellets in it... no quick shut down.... no way to store pellets in stove... I know one stove I won't be recommending.
     
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