Vermont Castings Dutchwest Everburn Stove Demo Videos

tradergordo Posted By tradergordo, Jan 28, 2008 at 3:54 AM

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  1. Gunner

    New Member

    Sep 20, 2006
    Southern Ontario
    500 probe flue gas
    225 exterior stovepipe
    675 stovetop

    I have double wall excel stovepipe

    A big load that is allowed to get real hot then dampered all the way down seems to have a lower flue gas temp in relation to stovetop.
    A smaller load that you don't let rip but cruise at say 1/3 air seems to have flue gas that is closer to if not equal to stovetop.
  2. Todd

    Minister of Fire

    Nov 19, 2005
    Lake Wissota
    Here are my numbers this morning after bringing the stove back to life.

    700 probe flue gas
    300 exterior stove pipe (single wall)
    550 stove top (still climbing)

    Too bad you dont have single wall pipe. Maybe there is someone else out there with a Summit and double wall that could compare temps? I'm still wondering if your probe or mine is off a little? I never had a probe with my prior noncat stoves, but my external pipe temps were always running higher compared to my cat stoves. No big deal anyways, sounds like your burning clean with no creosote problems.
  3. jeff6443

    New Member

    Jul 29, 2008
    NJ South
    Hey man Bad ass vid I just put a medium vc dw in my 1485 sq foot house . Been collecting wind fall and all the free wood i can I have access to MANY MANY pallets . kindling . After seeing your vid . i cant Wait for winter I paid 4500.00 all in Thanks for takeing the time nice family too JM
  4. stanleyjohn

    Minister of Fire

    Mar 29, 2008
    southcentral Ct
    Nice videos Trader.I bought a Harman Exeception Insert wood stove at the end of last year and it is also a Downdraft stove.I am verrry much a rookie with this stove and your videos are a help.
  5. trailblaze

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    Aug 20, 2008
    South West PA
    well after watching them videos, i don't think i'll be as bad off as i thought earlier today...

    dry wood, good draft, and right temp seems to be the key things
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