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AMERICAN BUILT STEELCAT Catalytic Combustor for Dutchwest stoves (CS-001)


AMERICAN BUILT STEELCAT Catalytic Combustor for Dutchwest stoves (CS-001)



Genuine STEELCAT Steel Catalytic Combustor from Condar. A more durable honeycomb. Cant crack or crumble, even at highest operating temperatures. Less build-up of wood ash, within the honeycomb cells. Sharp steel edges actually cut ash as it goes up the flue. Better air flow, less cleaning maintenance. Engage your draft bypass at 100 degrees lower temperature than with ceramic honeycomb. Steel heats up faster than ceramic. Recovers more usable heat from wood smoke. Save wood – longer burn times and less reloading. Replacing a worn out combustor brings new life to an aging stove! Burn times can increase by 50%, while you can realize as much as twice the heat from the same piece of wood. Your chimney stays much cleaner and safer! , and you’re protecting our valuable air quality. For most stove owners, the savings in wood alone pay for the replacement combustor many times over, not to mention the increased safety and convenience. This 6″ diameter x 2″ thick combustor fits Dutchwest Catalytic Wood Stoves. A note about combustor / catalyst gaskets: Don’t install gasket around the combustor, even if your previous catalyst was wrapped in gasket. Simply install this combustor in stove’s catalyst receptacle. How they’re made. All Condar catalytic combustors are made of high-quality materials, and approved by the U. During the manufacturing process, ceramic honeycomb is dipped in a brown wash containing platinum and palladium – two elements scientifically engineered to maximize the catalytic reaction. The item “AMERICAN BUILT STEELCAT Catalytic Combustor for Dutchwest stoves (CS-001)” is in sale since Friday, September 28, 2012. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Home Improvement\Heating, Cooling & Air\Air Conditioners & Heaters\Furnaces & Central Heating Systems”. The seller is “woodstovepro” and is located in Columbus, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • MPN: CS-001
  • Brand: Condar
  • Model: Steelcat
AMERICAN-BUILT Catalytic Combustor for Vermont Castings stoves by Condar(CC-257)


AMERICAN-BUILT Catalytic Combustor for Vermont Castings stoves by Condar(CC-257)



Genuine Condar Ceramic Catalytic Combustors. Fabricated in the foothills of Western North Carolina. Replacing a worn out combustor brings new life to an aging stove! Burn times can increase by 50%, while realizing twice the heat from the same piece of wood. Your chimney stays much cleaner and safer! , and you’re protecting our valuable air quality. For most stove owners, savings in wood alone pay for the replacement combustor many times over, not to mention increased safety and convenience. This 13″ long x 2.5″ wide x 2 thick Combustor fits the Vermont Castings Defiant, Encore and Winter Warm Insert Wood Stoves. A note about combustor / catalyst gaskets: Don’t install gasket around the combustor, even if your previous catalyst was wrapped in gasket. Simply install this combustor in stove’s catalyst receptacle. This combustor isn’t compatible with the Vermont Castings Flexburn (2in1) Wood Stove. How they’re made. All Condar catalytic combustors are made of high-quality materials, and approved by the U. During the manufacturing process, ceramic honeycomb is dipped in a brown wash containing platinum and palladium – two elements scientifically engineered to maximize the catalytic reaction. The item “AMERICAN-BUILT Catalytic Combustor for Vermont Castings stoves by Condar(CC-257)” is in sale since Tuesday, September 20, 2011. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Home Improvement\Heating, Cooling & Air\Air Conditioners & Heaters\Furnaces & Central Heating Systems”. The seller is “woodstovepro” and is located in Columbus, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • MPN: CC-257
  • Brand: Condar: “The Combustor Experts”
  • Model: Ceramic
  • Country of Manufacture: United States
Wood Stove Hot Water Coil 63t Kit- Hydronic/domestic Heating- Wood/coal Stoves


Adaptable to all solid fuel appliances. Stainless steel pipe for long life. Several standard sized kits available. Meets EPA requirements for potable water. Meets ASME, ASTM and US boiler code. Custom sizes – send us your specifications. PUT YOUR POWER COMPANY IN HOT WATER. GET FREE HOT WATER WHILE YOUR STOVE IS IN USE. This 14 inch stainless steel loop coil is for domestic or hydronic and hot water heat and is made to be installed in solid fuel (wood or coal) heating appliances. The 63t coil is 14 inches long and 12 inches on center. Designed for small woodstove or coal firebox or 80-120 gallon hot water storage tanks. Install this coil in your firebox and produce potable (100% drinkable) hot water or several coils for hydronic heat. Coil exceeds “boiler codes” by a factor of 10x times! It is made from clean, welded stainless steel pipe… 3/4 for long life. Thermo-Bilt has been the leader in the manufacture of stainless steel heating coils for the Solid Fuel Appliance Industry for 29 years. Only 1 coil is needed to heat your supply of domestic hot water. Hydronic (household) heating would require 2 or 3 of these coils in your stove, to heat your whole home, depending on the size of your home. The item “WOOD STOVE HOT WATER COIL 63T KIT- HYDRONIC/DOMESTIC HEATING- WOOD/COAL STOVES” is in sale since Wednesday, August 8, 2012. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Home Improvement\Heating, Cooling & Air\Air Conditioners & Heaters\Furnaces & Central Heating Systems”. The seller is “thermo-bilt” and is located in Schenectady, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.

AMERICAN-BUILT Catalytic Combustor for Dutchwest wood stoves by Condar (CC-001)


Genuine Condar Ceramic Catalytic Combustor. Fabricated at our factory in the foothills of Western North Carolina. Replacing a worn out combustor brings new life to an aging stove! Burn times can increase by 50%, while you can realize as much as twice the heat from the same piece of wood. Your chimney stays much cleaner and safer! , and you’re protecting our valuable air quality. For most stove owners, the savings in wood alone pay for the replacement combustor many times over, not to mention the increased safety and convenience. This 6″ round by 2″ wide Combustor fits the following stoves. SECURED ON THE COMBUSTOR WITH A STRIP OF WHITE MASKING TAPE IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO REMOVE THIS TAPE. 224, 2460, 2461, 2462, 264, 288, Andirondack, Federal / Airtight, Rocky Mountain, Seneca, Sequoia, X-Large. This combustor comes installed with an outer gasket wrap at no extra charge. If your stove doesn’t need the gasket — if the new round combustor fits tightly without the need for a gasket — don’t force it into position. Simply remove the unneeded gasket. Modern woodstoves are exceptionally clean burning. Catalytic stoves using catalytic combustors emit between 1.3 and 3.5 grams of particulate matter per hour, depending on the model. Many of the stoves produced during the great woodburning boom (after the oil embargoes) of the 1970’s limited the amount of air going into the firebox in order to increase burn times. This resulted in lower firebox temperatures, incomplete combustion and a great deal of smoke. Some of these stoves put out more than 60 grams of particulate matter per hour. The problem got so bad that some cities actually limited the use of woodstoves and fireplaces. The woodstove industry responded by developing much cleaner stoves. Catalytic stoves use catalytic technology, like that used in your car, to make these stoves cleaner. The benefits of a catalytic combustor far outweigh the added cost. Properly operated, a catalytic combustor can reduce creosote and the danger of chimney fires by as much as 90%. Using a catalytic combustor increases the stove’s efficiency by up to 25%. In fact, it is likely that if you use your stove as a primary source of heat, your combustor will pay for itself before the end of the first heating season. IT’S THE LAW. Your combustor burns smoke so that your stove produces greater heat. When you remove a combustor, you cheat yourself out of warmth you’d otherwise be getting from your woodstove. Engaging your combustor properly allows the fuel load to burn longer in the slow-burn mode. This gives you the benefit of heating all night long with one load of wood. Combustors help prevent build-up of hazardous creosote in flues and chimneys. People who remove combustors risk unexpected chimney fires with damage to property and danger to people in the home. Removing a combustor is false economy. Catalytic woodstoves are specifically engineered to operate properly with a combustor. You and your neighbors will observe dirty smoke emissions from your chimney if you remove the combustor. Federal law requires in all jurisdictions that catalytic woodstoves be maintained and operated with combustors to reduce pollution over the entire life of the stove. How they’re made All Condar catalytic combustors are made of high-quality materials, and are approved by the U. During the manufacturing process, the ceramic honeycomb is dipped in a brown wash that contains platinum and palladium – two elements scientifically engineered to maximize the longevity of catalytic reaction. Keeping Manufacturers’ Warranties Valid Catalytic stoves are designed to operate at high temperatures only with the combustor engaged. If you remove the combustor you have an uncontrolled fire that can lead to eventual cracking of metal or damage to components that can render your woodstove inoperable. COST PER SEASON CERAMIC. COST PER SEASON STEEL. The more you utilize your catalytic combustor, the more you protect air quality and recover heat from your woodstove. When new, a catalytic woodstove emits less than 4.2 grams per hour of pollutants into the atmosphere , while a non-catalytic woodstove approved by the Environmental Protection Agency is allowed to emit up to 7.5 grams per hour of pollutants. Except during cold start-up when you should bypass your combustor, always use the combustor to recover heat from your smoke and protect the environment. After 12,000 hours of use, a combustor is expected to have lost 25% of its catalytic function. This is a natural process called wear-out. Molecules of platinum and palladium arent actually lost, but their binding to smoke pollutants that cant be removed by maintenance means gradually your woodstove will recover less heat from the smoke. Gradually youll notice less warmth, and eventually youll see dark pollutants from your chimney. White steam is a normal emission from any EPA-approved woodstove, and water vapor is a natural harmless byproduct of catalytic reaction. Conscientious owners replace their combustors after roughly 12,000 hours even if the combustor is intact. The payback from your additional heat recovery is well worth your cost. This USA winter weather chart helps you plan when to replace your catalyst. If you live in Zone 5 , Northern Indiana or Western Massachusetts for example , replacing the catalyst after two and a half seasons is cost-effective. Options and consider upgrading. A steel combustor heats up faster than ceramic and you can engage your combustor at a lower temperature, recovering more heat from your wood. The item “AMERICAN-BUILT Catalytic Combustor for Dutchwest wood stoves by Condar (CC-001)” is in sale since Tuesday, September 20, 2011. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Home Improvement\Heating, Cooling & Air\Air Conditioners & Heaters\Furnaces & Central Heating Systems”. The seller is “woodstovepro” and is located in Columbus, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • MPN: CC-001
  • Brand: Condar: “The Combustor Experts”
  • Model: Ceramic
  • Country of Manufacture: United States