Who made the wood box stove it has written on it cozy-40 also wimlaw B.C Canada?
I've a wood box stove with the text: "cozy n°40" on its left side. In its front, below, appears "M C Hess Veijle". Martin Crhistian Hess was the artist who made this stove in the city of Veijle, Denmark. Greetings from Uruguay
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A good book that probably will answer your questions is Woodstove Cookery:At Home on the Range by Jane Cooper. It tells you how to find, set up, fuel, take care of , cleaning and how to cook on it. The book includes recipies from soups to breads and everything in between. I am going to assume the o…pposite of the other answer, and believe you just want to heat your house with it. All the info you need can be found in one free click here: http://putnut.hubpages.com/hub/Heating-Your-House-with-a-Wood-Burning-Furnace (MORE)
There are many factors to consider when installing a wooden stove. The first step when installing is to look out for the one that suits your requirements. Some wood stoves are customized for your fireplace and are generally easier to install than the freestanding wood stove. Once the stove has been …finalised, next would be the location of where exactly to place it. Finally, assemble a six-inch pipe to pass through the flue. The measurement of the flue should be 12 x 12 inches. For the outside portion, you need to install a chimney liner with cap. Insulated chimney pipes should be used and you should have excess for your ceiling. (MORE)
It will never be known who did so. Wood is a natural resource and had been used since time immemorial
You need to burn a variety of hardwoods. You need a combination of fast burning hardwoods, such as Maple and Birch, along with slower, hotter burning woods such as Oak and Ash. The fast burning woods keep the hotter burning woods burning. Some other great woods for the stove are Apple, Cherry, Black… Locust, Honey Locust, and Hickory. Elm and Sycamore will also work, but don't give off as much heat as the ones I have mentioned. (MORE)
supposedly Carl Johnson's JUCA stove is designed to do both. http://mb-soft.com/juca/print/gaslogs.html good luck contacting JUCA
It is best to burn oak, maple, ash, or some other hardwood. What you are really after is something that has a lot of heat output and very little smoke. You can burn coal in a stove that is specifically designed for it - don't assume a wood stove is, because it can burn through the stove. Don't burn… trash or plastic in a wood stove. --- According to the University of Idaho: "All wood stoves should have sturdy legs, providing at least 4 inches, and preferably 8 to 10 inches, of air space between stove bottom and floor. Glass windows in wood stoves should be special safety glass designed to withstand thermal shock. A stove designed to burn wood only should not be used to burn coal. Some stoves are designed to burn either. The excessive heat of coal will soon burn out the grate or bottom of a stove designed for wood only. Burn manufactured logs only in an open fireplace they contain wax that burns dangerously hot. " (MORE)
A quick search using "Asthma wood smoke" revealed several useful references indicated below. The general consensus is that the smoke from wood burning fireplaces and heating units is an irritant for asthma sufferers. This is probably due to both the inhalable particulate burden and the complex organ…ic molecules such as aldehydes, ketone PAHs etc. present in the smoke. The impact of smoke is felt both inside the home heated by the wood combustion and outside in urban areas. Other recreational uses (e.g. fire pits) add to this outdoor air burden. Proposals to change the systems to minimize the impact in homes generally do not address the community impact. (MORE)
Pecan is similar to hickory in that it's:. 1. Hardwood, which means high heat output when seasoned. 2. Smells good. 3. Splits moderately easy. 4. has good coaling qualities. 5. puts off few sparks. 6. dries fast when seasoning. Conclusion: it's an excellent firewood, but I wouldn't cut down a… large tree just for firewood if you want the fruit (pecans) when they are other trees available. The t (MORE)
no see kurrajong is to hard and its to difficult to cut and eaven if they could cut it it wpuld never be perfact
Yes with a special high temp stove paint. Here is a URL I found http://www.stovepaint.com/Products/Products.asp?ID=1
How old is a wood stove made by the king stove and range company with sun on the front and s50 inside?
I'm not sure but I have #200 FATSO from King Stove. I went to Antiques Roadshow on-line and they several appraisers that might help.
You CAN burn any wood in a wood-burning stove, however the BESTwood to burn is dry wood from a dead tree. *You want to considerany allergies when burning wood as the smoke can irritateallergies. Also, don't burn wood that has been painted or chemically treated.
The stoves are made by: . Vogelzang International Incorporated 18400 East Gale Avenue 400 West 17th Street Holland, MI 49423 616-396-1911
Wood burning stoves, as appliances with fireboxes and chimneys, were invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1741. There is a link below.
Red Mountain Wood and Coal cook stove where made by Atlanta Stove co. then they went out of business and the company was purchased by Birmingham stove co. which then changed names to Birmingham Stove and Range.
There is a product specifically for this, called stove black. It is available at many hardware stores. A wood stove that is in use at least periodically will not rust much because it is being kept dry, and stove black pretty much stops rust. Things not to use include any ordinary paint or oil. Any…thing that will burn or decompose when heated very hot is very much to be avoided. In fact, use of such things can be very unsafe, as they can produce toxic fumes. (MORE)
It happens because it's very smokey in the stove so you probably have the flue shut down. Simply open the flue some so you have a better flame rather then a smolder so it burns cleaner. Also have your chimney serviced at least once a year, try to burn seasoned wood (dry). Remember if you split green… wood bring it in the garage 10 days later or so most of it's moisture content is gone and it's ready to burn. (MORE)
to let air flow in Thir are 2 on top and 2 on the bottom, what is the dfference
Not a good idea. Some varieties of sumac contain the same toxic chemical as poison oak.
Some wood burning stoves are made of enameled steel, but the enamel is applied at the factory. The enamel is actually a form of glass, which is applied to the steel as a powder and then melted and fused on in an oven or kiln at a very high temperature. It is not the kind of thing that can be done in… the home. (MORE)
That is one of the few woods that may NOT be a good idea to burn in quantity. They contain a natural toxin, known as Grayanotoxin. It has a potential to cause health problems, including hallucinations. I know of no actual cases of harm caused by burning the wood- it is usually from honey derived f…rom the flowers- but I think I would pass on it. (MORE)
From 1961 through 1964 - silver (2.83 grams at 50% pure - 0.0455 troy ounces ASW [Actual Silver Weight]) From 1965 through 1982 - nickel (2.5 grams) From 1990 onward - copper-plated steel (4.5 grams)
Yes what number planet is it? What parts are you after? Are you happy with second hand?
i have one and stamped on the plate on the front door Jacobs Mfg. bridgport ala. I would like to know what year it is?
A wood cook stove differs from other wood stoves in that it is especially adapted for cooking. Typically, this means that it has a large cast iron top area, with lids that can be lifted out so pots can be exposed directly to the fire or hot gasses, if desired. There is usually a flue system that sur…rounds an oven, with a damper that makes it possible to select this flue system as the duct for the fire gasses, instead of passing the hot gasses directly into the chimney. Wood cook stoves typically have smaller fire boxes than heating stoves. They may have other features in addition, such as a water tank in which water heats, and a warming shelf, where such things as dishes or prepared food can be kept warm. The operation of a wood cook stove is not as obvious as operation of a simpler stove. There is usually a damper in the stove pipe, which is used to regulate the fire; when the stove is being lit, this damper is usually wide open, but it may be closed somewhat to reduce the heat of the fire later. The damper that directs gas around the oven is open when the stove is lit, so a good draft can be established, and then closed later. Also, because it has a large surface area, it gives of more heat than many heating stoves, but because the firebox is so small, it must be tended pretty constantly, which is not a disadvantage for a cook. It really is necessary to understand the stove and its capacities to make best use of it. But cooking with a good wood cook stove can be a delightful experience, with really great food as a result. I remember fondly a day of baking pies and bread. I had found that when this was done, the warming shelf was hot over the firebox, but cooler on the opposite end, and milk could be kept at almost exactly the right temperature for making yogurt there. We had goose for Thanksgiving dinner one year, instead of turkey, with a crispy skin and tender, juicy meat. All the while, the kitchen was warm, and smelled wonderful. If you click on the link below, you will see a picture of a typical wood burning kitchen stove. The firebox is in the upper left, behind the small white door. Below it is another small white door to get to an ash bin, and between them is a grate. A very small square knob on the grate can be seen in the photograph, and this is used to shake the grate to knock ashes into the ash bin. The large white door is for the oven, of course. Below it is a small black door which can be used to clean out the flue where it runs beneath the oven. What looks like a large door on the right is just the front panel of a water tank. What looks like a handle on this is probably the handle for the damper that controls flow of gasses around the oven. There are six burners on the top of the stove, and at the left side of the top is a door to the firebox that is probably intended to be used for putting meat into a place above the fire where it can broil - this would also require a tool built to hold the meat in place. At the top of the picture, with just its bottom edge showing, is a warming shelf or compartment. (MORE)
Dry, seasoned wood is best. The type of tree is not as important as moisture content. Wood must be allowed to dry for a minimum of 12 months, under cover, after being split and stacked. Popular firewood in the Northwest are: maple, alder, Douglas fir, spruce, apple and cherry, and oak.
I don't know the exact value although I have some parts to that model, passed on to me by my dad many years ago,,,,
If by green you mean undried, unseasoned- yes- but it will not burn as well, as will produce more creosote than dry wood. More chimney cleaning. HOWEVER, if by green you mean treated lumber, no. Much as that was treated with arsenic and chrome to preserve it from rot and insects, and the smoke fro…m that is VERY unhealthy. (MORE)
I have one and it has Knox Stove Works Knoxville Tenn stamped onthe right side...
SOME stoves are rated as wood AND coal. Coal burns much hotter than wood. If used in a stove designed for wood ONLY, it will cause the stove to be damaged- parts will warp, break, or melt. Not good.
Most are made from sheets of steel. The steel is cut, usually by shears, welded together, may have firebrick liner, and painted.
Yes, but the stove pipe should extend into the flue, and have a fire proof fitting- not just extending through a cover at the face of the fireplace, Consult a chimney specialist for an installation that will meet building codes.
In my view, the wood pellets which are made from the differentagro-wastes and forestry wastes are the hottest wood all over theworld. And owning one pellet machine is a best choice. I have found pellets to be so expensive as to be more costly thangas, especially when you add the extra most insurance… carriers askfor. The hottest burning wood I know of is hedge, aka osage orange.It burns so hot it will melt the grates out of a stove not builtfor coal, and if you give it too much air, will melt your wholestove. 2nd Answer: Hickory and Oak are probablyyour best bet. (MORE)
Look on the back of your stove for the maker/brand of the stove. You can then contact any store that sells wood stoves to see if they can order a replacement door for you. If they can't, then google the name of the manufacturer to get their address and/or phone number, then contact them directly for… the door. (MORE)
Hardwood (oak, maple, cherry) that has been dried for at least a year is about the only kinds one should burn. Even with seasoned firewood, your chimney should be cleaned at the end of the season and the beginning. This also will inspect it to make sure it is okay. Always have a fire department chec…k before using the wood stove or fire place! Any questions you may have they can answer. Ken (former firefighter) (MORE)
Depends on the stove, age, and condition. Sort of like asking the value of a car- a LOT more information is needed. A cheap steel stove may be $100. An airtight soapstove stone may be closer to $1000. A cast iron kitchen range in excellent condition could be $1500.
This is probably going to require building permits and inspections- would hire a chimney specialist to do this. Refitting will inolve removing old fireplace, and installing new. Building Code may not allow you to connect wood stove to pre-fab fireplace- the stovepipe needs to be connected directly t…o the chimney. Please discuss work planned with a legitimate chimney contractor- you may change your mind on some of it. (MORE)
Yes, but do not expect them to do well. Pellets are intended for use in a pellet stove- spacing, surface area, and air movement are wrong for a standard wood stove- and they are a bit pricey.
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Hope this article may help you: Types of Firewood You can Burn in Your Wood Stove
Not a good idea. Some varieties of sumac contain the same toxic chemical as poison oak.
Online-ebay, craigs list, amazon. Other than that you will have to find someone who will want one, no stores will buy them really.
This is simply because wood is a natural substance and birds are used to wood. After all, you wouldn't want to have your house made of plastic.
Wood stoves can be cheaper to heat than other types of fuels, due to the costs of the fuels. Especially if you have access to wood on your property or free firewood, this can drastically reduce your fuel consumption costs. It is also self-sufficient. Other types of stoves may rely on electricity …or gas that must be provided by a utility company, but wood stoves are fueled by wood that you provide yourself. Some people also like the the look of wood stoves better than modern stoves. (MORE)
They can be good or bad. Some stoves can produce a lot of air pollution from the smoke.
Wood pellets are made by compacted sawdust so any wood supplier could supply wood pellets. You can also purchase woodpellets at any hardware store such as Home Depot.
A traditional wood stove burns wood to heat a room. The wood stove blower is a fan system that is used to distribute the heat created by the stove around a room or building.
A fireplace insert is a type of smaller stove inserted into an existing fireplace as a method of converting a fireplace from one fuel source to another. A wood stove insert would be used to allow a masonry fireplace to be much more efficient in its heating. However, an insert must be installed cor…rectly to prevent risk of fire and toxic smoke. (MORE)
Google images would be your best option for finding images of jewelry boxes made from cherry wood because people don't usually see photos of jewelry boxes made from cherry wood every day in real life.
I'm trying to decide which is the best stove to install in my newhome and I can't settle on which to choose - a wood burning ormulti-fuel stove. From some research I've done online, wood burningstoves seem to be very popular, can anyone tell me why they are? Has anyone got a wood burning stove here?… (MORE)