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Where is Pelpro made?

Where is Pelpro made?

Pelpro pellet stoves are made by the Danson group in a 107,000 square foot facility in Acheson Industrial Park, just outside Edmonton.

Can you burn corn in a Pelpro pellet stove?

You can burn corn in your pellet stove. Pellet and corn stoves, also known an biomass pellet stoves, are becoming increasingly popular due to the rising cost of oil, in conjunction with an increased awareness of the damage done by burning fossil fuels.

Is it OK to let a pellet stove run out of pellets?

If the pellet stove has run out of fuel, it will take a few minutes for the pellets to be transferred from the hopper to the auger to fill and start delivering pellets to the burn pot. Make sure the auger is not jammed with ash.

How long do pellet stove augers last?

The average pellet stove auger motor will last approximately 6-8 seasons running fairly consistently in season during moderate to severe climates. We have seen some go 10+ years, and some go in under a year, but the average is 6-8.

Should damper be open or closed on pellet stove?

When the stove is first lit, the damper should be nearly closed. As the temperature increases, the damper should be opened, about 1/8 inch at a time, to keep the flame yellow and steady. Whenever a heat adjustment is made, the damper should be opened or closed accordingly by about 1/8 inch.

Are there any parts for the American Harvest 6039 pellet stove?

The American Harvest 6039 pellet stove is capable of burning wood pellets, olive pits, biomass fuels, cherry pits, or corn. It’s a great stove, but when it needs a little bit of maintenance, it can be hard to find American Harvest pellet stove 6039 parts for sale.

Why buy USSC pellet stove 6039 parts?

We carry USSC pellet stove 6039 parts because we believe in upholding traditions while still remaining responsible for the future of the planet! The American Harvest 6039 pellet stove is capable of burning wood pellets, olive pits, biomass fuels, cherry pits, or corn.

Is a clean pellet stove worth it?

But a clean stove is a happy stove. A lot of this is going to depend on you getting that stove tweaked in and burning correctly. With just burning decent pellets you should not be getting carbon build up to the extent that you have to shut down the stove everyday. You need to adjust the exhaust to burn hotter, more air.

Where can I find information about a pellet stove?

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