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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Corie, Sep 27, 2008.

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  1. Corie

    Corie Minister of Fire

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  2. fossil

    fossil Accidental Moderator Staff Member

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    That's some flame pattern/process you got goin' on there, Corie. What are you R-in' & D-in'? I think I want one or two of those. Rick
  3. begreen

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    Purty nice burning Corie! Where's the video?
  4. iceman

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    looks like a big window... don't think its the nc50 and the back wall looks slanted!!!
    cmon gimme a peak at that new stove!
    i bet its a cast iron freestanding stove made to compete with the t6, jotul 600 etc....
    ??????????????????????????????????????????
  5. Joey Jones

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    Ok Corie, now you sell me old Englander you bring, new and improved Englander to market...Loyal fan and owner here, what is it called and when will it be sold? Only want 6 dozen...Please
    Joey Chang
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    Amazing display of secondary burn characteristic ,in most likely E.P.A. stove, especially for someone who has never seen, and doesn't know how secondary burn works
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    He's just doing that to bring BB out of hiding. :)

    Is it a whole house furnace with secondary burn, a water heater loop, and a nice big window that also can burn wood chips and saw dust and melt beer cans into little blobs?
  8. Todd

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    Corie, your such a tease!
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    Looks like a ceramic baffle...and why is he working Saturdays?
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    OK, is it a Morso?
  11. iceman

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    I don't know about you but its killing me....
    I do remember hearing him mention something about new stove/s coming out next year but that was awhile ago
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    That's what I was thinking. Well at least you are staying warm, and playing with fire is the funnest part of the job - wouldn't you agree Corie? Looks like there is a secondary injecting air just above center.
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    Overtime? Schedule? Rushing to market? Or just plain old loving what you do? Dunno, but I think Corie enjoys his work. Rick
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    Or maybe rain, rain, and more rain combined with burning nice dry wood in a building as big as a football field???
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    Does the secondary baffle look sloped?

    Edit: Is it even a secondary baffle??
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    The crew never sleeps at ESW. I agree with Craig, Morso would have been my first guess. But it looks more like the birth of Podschelne II. And quite an interesting design indeed.
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    ok i'm dumb what the h#ll is that?????
    with a window like that i am wanting one
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    The wood is laid East to West so It can't be a furnace....Got to be a stove. IMHO
  19. Hogwildz

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    Well I'll be damned!!!! Is that my 7cf firebox beast I been askin for, for 2 years now?
    ;)
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    LOL! The fishing is good today......
  21. Corie

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    This is a fun game....I may do this every time I start on a new stove design.

    I'll give you hints......it's NOT your huge stove Hogz. And it's not a Morso.

    It's non-catalytic. It's not all cast iron. It takes an 18" log.

    It fits in our model line to replace one of our wood stoves.......
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    I'll take one for now, with an option for a second one. Rick
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    :bug:

    Replace???!!! If it takes 18" logs, my guess would be a replacement for the 30-NC.
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    Hmm, I'm thinking the 13NC has some serious competition coming.
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    Corie, I like the looks of this... is that your "rail across the back" design for the secondary?
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