FRESH AIR KIT
STOVES LIKE OXYGEN-RICH Color> AIR FROM OUTSIDE
CONTROL THE AMOUNT OF AIR INTO YOUR COMBUSTION CHAMBER
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It is a well-known fact amount professional corn and wood-pellet installers that stoves prefer OXYGEN-RICH Color> Outside Air and they burn and run better with it, even if it is cold air. Inside air is saturated with carbon dioxide (CO2) from human breathing, aerosol can sprays, and body odors. Control the amount of outside air input into your combustion chamber by installing this Fresh Air Kit at the rear of the stove and route the pipe to the outside of the home (or up the chimney chamber). Note the damper is included in this kit for corn stoves or multi-fuel stoves that need to control the amount of air used to complete combustion. (Corn Stoves use less air). The installation varies slightly with the Specific installation. For example the High Tec Saver has an Inside-Stove- Flex-Connect Pipe running from the rear of the combustion chamber to the rear pipe stub located on the rear panel. The 2 inch flex pipe fits around the outside of each end and is clamped on the outside. Check out our other Corn Stove items listed in our Ebay Store. Check out our other Corn Stove items listed in our Ebay Store.
NUMEROUS REASONS FOR FRESH AIR KIT
There are numerous, numerous reasons for installing a FRESH AIR KIT and here are some of those reasons: (1) Stoves like to burn OXYGEN-RICH air from the outside, (2) It is a proven FACT that stoves run better with oxygen-rich air, (3) Human-breathed air is CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) saturated. (4) Tightly sealed new homes need a fresh air kit to avoid room air vacuum. Older homes with air-leaky windows and doors don't develop vacuums, but all the other pitfalls of not having one apply. We still recommend a fresh air kit for older homes because: (5)control your air flow better, (6) stoves like oxygen-rich outside air versus stale impure inside air, (7) your room air blower is only 12 inches away from you combustion air inlet and it alone could steal (starve) air from the combustion process, (8) other house fans such as bathroom fans, kitchen hood fans, attic fans may starve the stove of combustion air creating a negative pressure, (9)mechanical pull rod should be used exclusively as an ash dump and not an air damper devise, (10) ash dropping down should not compete nor interfer with air moving up (because of using a mechanical damper), (11) air should instead come in from the backside of the fire box via using a KIT, not from underneath the fire box, (12) Ash drops may partially clog the opening of the mechanical damper thus changing air/fuel mixture and causing malfunction. For those with CORN STOVES using the Fresh Air Kit, you must learn how to adjust your corn stove to run at reduced air or limited air. To reduce the air you will have to either use the Fresh Air Damper, or tape off some of the louvers on the outside air-inlet box (rodent box). Your ash dump drawer may have some air leaks that need to be sealed or plugged. Too much air can adversely affect the performance of your corn stove.<</P>
SHIPPING OR PERSONAL PICKUP
Customer may pick this item up in person or have it shipped by either by USPS or UPS, weight including package 5 lbs.SPECIFICATIONS
Two (2) Flex Connect Pipes (Aluminum) , 18" Long, A 2 inch flex pipe will fit around the outside of this pipe stub and can be clamped. The Flex Pipe is actually 2 " inside diameter and fits around the outside of a standard plumbing pipe 1-1/2" (Inside Diameter) that is 1-7/8" Outside Diameter. Also included are a square fresh breath box (rodent box), mini wall thimble, dress wall plate. Corn Stove installations will get a Fresh Air Damper also. Wood Pellet stoves will not.QUESTIONS
Remember to check our Ebay Store for other related items. For questions or comments contact: Corn Stoves of Iowa, Corn and Wood Pellet Stove/Furnace Dealer, 1312 1st Avenue, N.W., Cedar Rapids, IA 52405, 319-298-0500, FAX 319-298-0500, E-mail: Use the Ebay Ask-a-question system located at the bottom of the listing in the far lower lefthand side ....