Jotul 8 Catalyst Replacement

IceSziber Posted By IceSziber, Aug 27, 2006 at 5:09 PM

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  1. IceSziber

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    After 8 years of good heat output from my Jotul 8 AP, I am repairing it with new gaskets,glass and baffles. I am replacing my cat. combuster, but I am unable to find information about the insulation (not the gasket) that the combuster is wrapped in. It looks like ordinary fiberglass insulation cut into 3" wide strips. What is it and how do I re-wrap it?

    Many thanks for your reply or referral.
    This is a very helpful (and often humorous) forum!

    -Ray
     
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    Welcome to the forum ........ Tho I'm unsure of thew answers to your questions , there will be a lot of good information headed your way with in 24 hours so keep checking your thread post.
     
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    Thanks for your prompt reply! I have that gasket and it is wrapped around the cat under the stainless steel band....but then the whole assembly looks like it gets wrapped in fiberglass insulation and then goes in a shelf over the firebox. Is that right? Jotul just says re-wrap, but doesn't tell you what it is.
     
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    Try this site.
    www.stovecombustors.com

    Looks like $98 for a replacement. Maybe they can answer your insulation question.
     
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    WElcome Mr. Ice, where in Central Jerzy, freehold here.
     
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