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When was the Harman P-43 introduced? (Birthday?)

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by DexterDay, Feb 14, 2013.

  1. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    O' no, Dex drank the Harman cool aide. <>
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  2. mepellet

    mepellet Minister of Fire

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    He wants a smartstove to go with his smartphone. ;)
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  3. DexterDay

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    I have a line on an Nice Harman P-43. Its only 5 yrs old (Quad is too) and I wanna jump on it so Bad!!

    I found out today, i have to work Sunday. So I couldn't get it if I wanted. But a "Better Deal" has come along and I need this next week to work things over and see what road would be the best to travel.

    If the opportunity for the "Other deal" goes through, I will be the happiest Man in the World!!

    If it doesn't go through, then HOPEFULLY the Harman will still be there, and I will be happy too.

    Either way, the Quad is Coming out this year (was supposed to last yr :() Just a matter of time.

    Also, moving to the next room over and building a raised Hearth w/ Selkirk DT :)
  4. Bioburner

    Bioburner Moderator Staff Member

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    I am going to check out a Ecoteck Elena that its wife wanted a traditional stove for the cabin. Son gave them a Quadrafire. Hope the roads are better tomorrow. Less than a grand.
  5. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    You finally found a nuclear reactor? ;) ::-) :p
  6. DexterDay

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    An Ecoteck for less than a Grand... I'd jump.

    The stove I am looking at is Canadian Made (Archgaurd?? Enviro?? Don't know??) LOL ;)
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  8. DexterDay

    DexterDay Guest

    I really like the Eco 65, but I have the Fahrenheit already. No need for ducting.

    Y'all will be the 1st to know. After the Mistake with stove last year. I just want to make sure that this time around, it's done right.

    I hope for this to be the LAST stove I buy for awhile. The CPM is Gone! The old PDV is on its way out, and in the Spring, the Quad will say Good-Bye. It's gonna be the Wood eater, the Fahrenheit, and (Something else).

    The wood eater is a Constant heat source, the Fahrenheit for COLD nights and days, and the Freestanding for all the shoulders and warmer days of the season. Hell, the free stander may be used a Lot more, if it does High/Low (maintenance burn). Who knows.
  9. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Not many Canadian stoves out there. So its kind of a short list. It is a multifueler i'll bet! :p
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  10. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    List I found while googling!

    APR Industries Ltd. :Pellet stoves. Kozi stoves, Jungheim stoves. Winnipeg, Canada
    www.kozistoves.com



    Dansons Group Inc. : Pelpro and Glow Boy pellet stoves. Acheson, Alberta, Canada
    www.pelprostoves.com


    www.dansons.com/stoves-glowboy.htm


    Dell Point Technologies: Europa stove. Quebec, Canada

    Drolet: See Stove Builder International



    Enviro: See Sherwood Industries


    Glow Boy: See Dansons Group


    Jamestown: . Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
    www.jamestownpelletstoves.ca


    Jungheim : See APR Industries.


    Kozi : See APR Industries.


    Osburn: See Stove Builder International


    Paromax Europa and Rafael stoves. Previously known as Dell-Point
    Paromax Inc. 900 Michele-Bohec Blvd Unit #101 Blainville, QC Canada J7C 5E2


    Pelpro : See Dansons Group


    Pinnacle Stove Sales: Traeger Pellet furnace, corn furnace, boiler. North Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada
    www.pinnaclestove.com



    Pro-Fab Industries Inc.: Biomass furnaces. Arborg, Manitoba, Canada
    www.profab.org


    Regency Fireplace Products: Freestanding pellet stoves and inserts.
    regency-fire.com British Columbia


    Sherwood Industries: Enviro stoves, Vistaflame stoves. Saanichton, British Columbia Canada
    www.envirofire.biz



    Stove Builder International: Drolet stoves, Osburn stoves, Caddy Alterna PelletFurnace.
    Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
    Drolet
    Osburn



    Traeger: See Pinnacle Stove Sales


    Vistaflame: See Sherwood Industries
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  11. DexterDay

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    ^^ Probably one of the above ^^ :)

    I will know soon enough. For inquiring minds, there is a M-55 Demo unit on the Youngstown CL. $2,200? Also, there is a Mint P-43 under the same Citys CL. :)

    Can't say no more. Want it to be a Surprise :) Its like Christmas morning. Dont wanna ruin it.
  12. jtakeman

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    Santa's coming-Santa's coming! ::-)
  13. DexterDay

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    Isn't Archgard made in Canada?
  14. Brokenwing

    Brokenwing Feeling the Heat

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    Dexter just curious I know last year you bought the cpm. Imacman has one and loves it, if you do not mind me asking what did you not like about the stove. Also if it is made in Canada we have another Enviro or Regency man on board. Anyone want start taking bets lol! Good luck with you search and I hope it works out for you.
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  15. smoke show

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    m55 steel?
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  16. smoke show

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    I'll just keep guessing... ;lol
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  17. SmokeyTheBear

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    It is the 70,000 BTU beast with the 450+CFM blower, he is tired of waiting for things to get warm ;).
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    Brokenwing Feeling the Heat

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    NO smokey he can not have anything more powerful. There already trying to figure out about the drastic climate change with warm weather in ohio in the winter, they think it is global warming, but we know who is to blame!
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    SmokeyTheBear Minister of Fire

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    Look his background check results put the ixnay on his plans for a fast breeder reactor so he is settling for second best a table top liquid thorium unit.
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  20. DexterDay

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    The Heat exchange system on the CPM was slightly underpowered. It burned pellets like a champ. It just didnt have the output that the Quad has. It would have worked, but would have more than likely used more fuel, to heat the same area. Its a Solid unit and will burn Dirt with ease. But the heat exchanger is archaic, in my opinion. Built like a convective wood stove.

    Sherwood makes a very fine unit also. Its cold in Canada. So those Manufacturers have to make a Product that Produces ;)
  21. smoke show

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    I called it MOFO! whats the prize?

    is it new or used?
  22. DexterDay

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    The prize? A bag of Inferno's ;)

    If you Win...?? The Winner will be determined when I get it.

    Also, I may very well still get the Harman? Its a nice unit and pretty cheap. I have a couple friends and family members that want pellet stoves.
  23. smoke show

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    I find this suprising...
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  24. Bioburner

    Bioburner Moderator Staff Member

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    My venture was fruitfull and brought home an Italian for the kitchen-dining area for shouldering and those very cold days. Was very nice stove with spare ignitor and controller for 500. Defenantly not a fit the nice lake home but will fit in nice in my home especially if I can figure out how to change the color of the ceramic panels. Anybody have a good idea on color change without bringing to ceramic shop?
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  25. DexterDay

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    For $500 w/ extra board and ignitor? I would have one in every room ;)

    Nice score...!! Now where are the pics? Cause it never happened yet? ;)
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