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Question for Englander 25-PAH owners

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by ptomp1, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. ptomp1

    ptomp1 New Member

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    In December I purchased a 25-pah and have a question about the heat output. Can anyone tell me what they get for a actual temperature at the heat discharge when stove is set on 5/5. I am trying to get a baseline to go by. With my stove set on 5/5(LFF 3 LBA 5 AOT 1) mind is 125 degrees; at 9/9 148 degrees. There is no visible change with different pellets. I have the OAK hooked up and using simpson dur-loc pipes into existing chimney. I know the stove is rated for 2000 sq.ft , but this must be for houses in Florida not Maine.

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  2. imacman

    imacman Guest

    I can't comment on the output temps, but remember that ALL stove companies "fudge" the sq. ft. numbers....they're based on an empty box of that sq. footage, AFAIK.

    From what I know of my Englander stove, the best way to increase output temp is to increase the fuel and air....try raising the lower button settings to 4-6-1 and see what the change does. My 10-cpm is factory set at 1-4-1, but i get the best heat at 4-5-1.

    Remember, you need to burn more fuel to increase heat, but more air is needed also.
  3. ptomp1

    ptomp1 New Member

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    Thanks, I will try that. I know my Englander 55-shp puts out alot more heat. I am trying to get a baseline temperature to go by. Maybe this is all the stove can do.

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