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Identify This Stove

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by peirhead, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. peirhead

    peirhead Feeling the Heat

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    This is in a house for sale, and I think it is a pellet stove... note the round pot in the middle? ....can anyone identify it?

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  2. smoke show

    smoke show Guest

    Coal?
    Fugly.
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  3. zrtmatos

    zrtmatos Member

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    I concur. Nasty looking beast. !!!

    Looks like coal to me also.
  4. krooser

    krooser Minister of Fire

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    My guess is coal...
  5. hossthehermit

    hossthehermit Minister of Fire

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    I think it's purty, I'd buy a house just 'cus it had that stove......... Think maybe it's a gas ring, not sure..............
  6. Northwoodneil

    Northwoodneil Feeling the Heat

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    fugly x2
  7. DexterDay

    DexterDay Guest

    Its ugly alright. :)

    I think Whitefield made a Ceramic stove that looked similar. To lazy to do a google image

    Try Whitefield Renaissance??
  8. thedude110

    thedude110 Feeling the Heat

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    Y'all are nuts. That stove is gorgeous. It looks like it's just on the edge of losing its cool with you.
  9. peirhead

    peirhead Feeling the Heat

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    Ok guys..here is an update...it turns out to be an OIL stove ...I guess that is why it doesn't look overly used!!
  10. Aquion

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    I like it. Very Art Deco.
  11. Bioburner

    Bioburner Minister of Fire

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    I thought I seen one at a dealer in Isanti, MN. Supposed to be highly efficient,and run without electricity. Good backup!
  12. MCPO

    MCPO Minister of Fire

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    It`s an oil stove . It looks to be cast iron, they are beautiful and they burn clean employing a carbeurator and catylitic convertor that pre-heats the vapors ,gets super hot, and glows red and produces a short circular bright blue flame similar to that of a gas stove. Heat control up and down is simple turn of a knob and near instant reponse .They do throw a lot of heat.
    It requires no electricity and maintenance is much less than a pellet stove. These stoves are widely used in Europe. Most are made in Belgium.
    I burned one for 6-7 years in my finished basement before I switched to pellets . I heated most of my upstairs too. The downside is they are NOT any cheaper to run than my central oil system. We just happen to like a stove of any kind and an alternative heat source in the house.
    If the price of oil hadn`t risen as it did I would never have switched to pellets.
  13. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    Efel and Franco Belge - among others - brought in oil stoves....
    This does not look like either of those brands nor any I know of.
  14. MCPO

    MCPO Minister of Fire

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    Just for what it`s worth , the picture shows the verticle heat proof mirror strips that reflect and enhance the colorful red catylitic and blue flame. Surprisingly thay stay very clean and after a months use all it requires is a wipe to remove a slight oil/soot film.
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    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    I wonder if you could have converted it to a veggie oil or something. Many places(with large fryers) Will give you all the used oil for free. I believe they are charged to have it removed, used to anyway. Never no these days nuttins free anymore!
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  16. Aquion

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    Your house would be warm and smell like fries. Win win!
  17. peirhead

    peirhead Feeling the Heat

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    I wonder if you could run it on 'shine......with all the PEI potatoes aound here....I'm just sayin!
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  18. zabadooie

    zabadooie New Member

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    This unit is a Deville Oil Stove from Quebec Canada. It is gravity fed and does not require electricity. As oil stoves go, it is in the lower quality level.
    The stove shown is at the top end of the Deville line - part of the constuction is cast iron - the green enameled portion that you see in the photograph.
    I sold a few of these in Nova Scotia, but they were no where near the quality of the Napoleon OS-10 stove.
  19. Lake Girl

    Lake Girl Minister of Fire

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    Welcome to the forum zabadooie. Old thread but good to know brand if anyone follows up.

    What do you have for a pellet burner? You could always start a new thread, introduce yourself and share of photo of your set-up:)

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