Using a thermometer will help keep your wood stove in a safe operating range and avoid damage. Thermometer probes or coils can wear down over time. It is important to replace your wood stove thermometer at least once every five years.
Stove top thermometers attach magnetically to top surface of wood stove. The ' target zone' is designated. Note that this is not specifically calibrated for reading a catalytic combustor's temperature.
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Soapstone thermometers attach magnetically to top surface of soapstone wood stove. The 'optimal zone' is designated. Note soapstone stoves are engineered so that their ideal operating surface temperatures are less hot than steel or cast-iron.
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Condar's magnetic single-wall stovepipe thermometers show flue temperatures at a glance. A 'target zone' is designated. Note that this is not specifically calibrated for reading a catalytic combustor's temperature.
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Condar's double-wall stovepipe probe thermometers are designed to give you precise temperature readings once inserted into the flue pipe. A 'target zone' is designated. Only recommended for double-wall stovepipes.
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Condar's innovative catalytic probe thermometers measure gas temperatures right after the gas passes through the combustor so the temperatures reflect the combustor's temperature. An
indispensable tool for efficient woodstove operation, our thermometer signals when to switch off bypass, and when to reduce
fire to prevent damage to combustor.
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The Watchman electronic catalyst monitor is a specialized catalytic probe thermometer with pre-programmed digital and audio signals to alert you when to engage your catalyst and when it is overheating.
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The Fan thermometer monitors stove top temperature for optimal fan performance. Locate the thermometer on the top surface of your woodstove, near the base of your stove fan.
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