Jotul 602 install

Patmosphere Posted By Patmosphere, Mar 17, 2018 at 5:00 PM

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Should stove be angled or square?

  1. At an angle

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  2. Square with the walls

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  1. Patmosphere

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    I'm working on installing a Jotul 602 into my workshed for occasional heating needs while working on projects.

    Going through some other threads, I came into wondering if I am missing a piece! A bottom burn plate.
    Here is the thread that got me thinking.

    I have a few questions that I wanted to ask the community.

    My Jotul 602 Stove

    Inside the stove

    Stove Manual

    Specifically this picture part #35

    Question 1 - Am I missing a bottom burn plate or is the bottom of the stove the "burn plate"?
    If you are a woodstove Jedi or know this model, Do YOU see anything missing?
    I have located a compatible piece UL 101519 (more than 1/2 what I paid for stove! that's okay though)


    Question 2 - Is this stove pipe run okay?
    Stove Location:
    In a corner on a 4'x4' 18 gauge piece of sheet metal. There are 16 1'x1' paver stones on top of it. Two 5' tall by 4' wide pieces of 18 gauge sheet metal will be mounted on the wall studs in the corner, and I plan on using 1" ceramic or metal spacers to get the heat shield away 1"from the studs. The walls are open. Just studs and wall sheathing.


    -If the stove is in this position, I was planning running pipe straight up a total of 3'. Then use a 90 degree elbow turned approx 45-degrees towards the wall and then a 45 degree to go through the wall to the outside. Once outside, a supported T and then just go straight up so I am above the ridge line and use 2 wall mounts to secure on the vertical run. I know the less curves the better, but this is the best idea I can think of so far with having the stove at an angle link in the picture.

    Option 2 only requires a stove pipe up and 2 - 90 degree turns to get through the wall and up. Not as aesthetically pleasing but would work.


    Stove would see light occasional (tops!) use. Looking for feedback.


    Thank you for any help and feedback.
     
  2. begreen

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    The bottom burn plate does seem to be missing along with the insulation that goes underneath it.

    Both setups would work, but it sounds like your preference is for the corner install at an angle, so go ahead and plan on that.

    It's important to pass through the wall safely transitioning from stove pipe to chimney pipe with a proper thimble that maintains safe clearances to combustibles. Single wall stove pipe requires 18" clearance unless shielded. Double wall stove pipe requires 6" wall clearance and 9" ceiling clearance.
     
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    What would you suggest for insulation? The burn plate, that I’ll purchase, just sits on top of insulation?

    Also, after I transition through the wall with a double lines chimney pipe. Chimney pipe all the way to the top? Is this correct? Thanks Begreen. I appreciate your expertise.


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    The original material looks like it maybe a coarse mineral wool. Not sure what it was composed of. I would use some kaowool insulation. It's easy to obtain in small sheets and is a ceramic wool insulation.

    A short section of chimney pipe will be also used for going through the wall from the tee outside to the interior through a thimble sleeve that maintains 2" clearances from the short horiz. section of chimney pipe. Look for a thimble or wall kit made by the same mfg. as the chimney pipe. Outdoors everything will be class A chimney pipe.

    Chimney kits are made that have the necessary components. Here is an example:
    https://www.lowes.com/pd/SuperVent-11-Piece-Chimney-Pipe-Accessory-Kit-for-Wall-Support/3132365

    Note that it is often more expensive to go through the wall than going straight up through the roof and the straight up chimney may stay cleaner and work better in milder weather.
     
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    Ordered some parts today!

    I’ve spent more than I paid for the stove already! Heh


    New bottom burn plate for my 602 and the 125 mm to 6” stove pipe adapter ordered.

    I have some koawool/ceramic insulation picked out. 1” thick for under the burn plate. Will order ASAP.

    Next step will be to install my heat shield that is cut and cut out a hole in my wall or go straight up! May do the later. Still deciding.


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  6. Patmosphere

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    My bottom burn plate arrived today! Fits nicely. So pschyed. Thank you woodsman parts plus. Need my insulation and to start buying the stove pipe.


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    Got my heat shield attached to the wall using 1” ceramic spacers.
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    The insulation is okay if it is trimmed to the dimension of the bottom burn plate then? I’d rather have a clean look to it anyhow. Thanks for the guidance through the project.
     

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