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Aucklat pellet stove features are:
1. Automatic running by central control panel.
2. Free standing, easy installation
3. clean burning, smoke free, minimum maintenance
4. 7 languages in control unit at your option
5. Three modern colors at your option to match home decoration, white, red, black.
6. Saves 70% of your electrical/gas bill in winter, compared to other room heating solution
7. Spread heat to the whole room , instead of only limited area in front of electrical stove.
8. Heat safe: burning inside stove, no external heat while operation,ideal heating choice
for households with children and pets
Rating Power 13KW
Air inlet Pipe
Air outlet Pipe
Automatic Burning Time(Min-Max)
Consumption for Pellet(Min-Max)
What is a pellet stove?
Pellet stoves work by automatically dispensing wood pellets from a hopper into a firepot or burn box. Wood pellets are carried from the hopper into the firepot on an auger system that is driven by an electric motor. The auger system slowly turns around carrying the pellets from the hopper and depositing them at a steady rate onto the hot fire. A jet of hot air blown across the fire by a fan allows the pellet stove to maintain high temperatures and enables the pellets to burn evenly and efficiently. A second fan on the pellet stove blows hot air, warmed by passage through heat exchanger pipes that run through the interior of the stove, long lasting, low-maintenance heat.
How do I start the fire in my pellet stove?
Pellet stoves are equipped with either manual or automatic ignition. For manual ignitions, use the special gel or solid starter material that’s recommended for pellet stove use to light the pellets, and then monitor the progress of the burn. For automatic ignitions, simply add the pellets and push the start button.
What kind of pellet stoves are available?
Pellet stoves are available as freestanding or insert types, which may be either bottom-fed or top-fed.
What’s so great about wood pellet stoves?
The wooden pellets used as fuel in pellet stoves are eco-friendly, made of recycled wood that would normally be wasted. In addition, pellet stoves are a cheaper heat source for your home than gas, and they add character to your home.
What are my choices for floor protection?
The floor must be protected according to the pellet stove manufacturer's instructions. The minimum size of the noncombustible floor protector is clearly specified in installation instructions. The choice of suitable material usually requires professional assistance, unless a suitable hearth is not already available in the home. Built-in appliances may require additional layer of protection, such as an air space between the appliance and the floor protector.
What are the purposes of venting systems?
Proper venting is essential for proper appliance performance, dwelling safety, maintenance frequency and indoor environment. Pellet stoves produce little or no visible smoke after startup, but exhaust gases, fine ash and water vapor must be moved safely from the appliance to the outdoors without leaking into the house. The purpose of all vents is to remove combustion by-products produced during normal operation. For most designs, the exhaust is mechanical: a fan blows the combustion by-products out and pulls air needed for combustion into the fire. A few stoves operate without a combustion air fan and instead use natural draft both for exhaust and combustion air intake. Some heat also moves through the vent, making protection of nearby combustibles essential. The minimum clearance between the vent and combustibles, as specified in the vent installation instructions, must be met or exceeded to assure safety.
What are signs of performance problems?
Properly operated and maintained pellet stoves experience few, if any, problems. Most of pellet stove operation is automatic, but sometimes combustion air adjustment is needed. A lazy, orange, sooty flame or dark smoke coming out of the vent (after startup and before shutdown) may indicate the need for more air. An overactive, "blow torch" flame calls for less air. Performance problems are more likely to be caused by neglected maintenance than by regular operation. Lazy flame, dark smoke, unusual sooting of glass, unexplained smoke spillage and reduced heat output all point to the need for maintenance of appliance components and/or the venting system, or for remedies for house depressurization. Problems related to mechanical failure usually results in safety switches shutting the appliance down. Appliance shutdowns may, however, indicate nothing more than owner forgetfulness (empty hopper) or hurry (improper startup), or intermittent power failure. Unexplained, repeated appliance shutdowns call for professional advice and service.
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