Latest list of EPA approved stoves as of March 2013

mywaynow Posted By mywaynow, Mar 21, 2013 at 8:08 AM

  1. mywaynow

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  2. PapaDave

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    Spotted an error on the new BK Chinook, Sirocco, and Ashford 30's.
    They're listed as non-catalytic.
    Dat ain't right.
     
  3. begreen

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    Don't see the Kimberly on there, did I miss it?
     
  4. joecool85

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    They still have the 17-VL on there twice...and with two different sets of values.
     
  5. n3pro

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    I thought after being on here for five years I've heard of most stoves. That list proves I really know very little of stoves. Didn't know there were so many. As far as errors, it's close enough for government work.

    If that list is right, have a lot less emissions with my Englander 30 then I did with the Napoleon (Wolf Steel) 1100C 1.63 for the 30 and 4.1 for the Napoleon 1100C. I'm assuming it's because of it being much smaller you have more reloads? Guess I got more benefits then just more heat and longer burn times.
     
  6. Ashful

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    N3pro: many of the stoves on that list are old obsolete models, such as the Jotul F 12. So, you may still know most currently-available stoves.
     

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