Q&A highest temperature that is reached inside a stove?

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    I'm doing a project for school and I need to know what is the highest temperature that is reached inside a stove? Thanks



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    In a woodstove, the interior of a hot fire could be as high as 2000 degrees F. In a coal fire, it could be hotter. The outside surface of the stoves are usually 500-800 degrees.
     

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