Watch our review of Whitfield Pellet Stove Combustion Blowers part #12156009 with 5 3/4" hub & 12050011 with 7" hub. These are "motor only" replacements for this assembly which comes with a housing as part #12056010. These are used as exhaust blowers for the Whitfield Advantage series pellet...
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Can I tie Pellet stove exhaust in with Central heating Exhaust?
I am putting the new pellet stove in the living room. Just on the other side of the wall from the living room (in the garage) is the central heating unit and the exhaust pipe is right there. I want to know if I can make a hole in the central...
Pellet (or any other solid fuel) stoves almost always require a Type -"L" vent. Your furnace will use a Type -"B" vent, with single wall connector pipes at the furnace and/or water heater. If you...
Rebates available for wood and pellet heating - CBC.ca
Rebates are available to consumers who want to switch or supplement their electric heat with wood or wood pellets, but there's only enough provincial government money to help a limited number of customers. About 300 Nova Scotians have already qualified for rebates to convert to wood or pellet stoves. "We've got rebates for wood and pellet stoves. Those are 20 per cent rebates up to $900," Josh McLean, program manager with Efficiency Nova Scotia, said. "And we also have rebates for wood or pellet central heating systems. The savings there generally range from 40 to 60 per cent and can be upwards of $6,000. ". Homeowners should be aware only the most energy-efficient stoves and appliances are eligible for the rebate and home insurance costs often rise when you...
Wood pellet stoves helps some stave off rising heating costs
The stoves have a fuel hopper to store the pellets until they're needed for burning. Most hoppers hold 35 to 130 pounds of fuel. A feeder device, like a large screw, drops a few pellets at a time into a combustion chamber for burning. How quickly the
Emission Standards for Wood Stoves Kindles Debate
Vermont Castings combustion engineer Doug Fongeallaz feeds the fire in the company's testing lab at the Bethel plant, Wednesday, February 12, 2014. In preparation for new testing standards, Fongeallaz is using cord The EPA is proposing to limit
Responsibly satisfying the yearn to burn
However, inefficient old-school wood stoves and sloppy practices, Jamison points out, do more harm than good for the planet and people. Last month the Environmental Protection Agency proposed new rules for the manufacture of new wood stoves starting