Vogelzang Deluxe Barrel Stove Kit
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- A large, well fitting, gasketed feed door
- A separate gasketed ash cleanout door engineered for easy clean ash removal
- A cool touch cam-lock type door latch and two counter weighted spin dial draft controls
- Combine these features with a down to earth price and you have a combination that is tough to beat
- Cast Iron construction
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The Deluxe Barrel Stove Kit is 100% cast iron for long life durability. Easily converts a 55 or 30 gallon drum into a highly efficient and economical wood burning heater. Highlights: A large, well fitting, gasketed feed door A separate gasketed ash cleanout door engineered for easy clean ash removal A cool touch cam-lock type door latch and two counter weighted spin dial draft controls Combine these features with a down to earth price and you have a combination that is tough to beat Cast Iron construction 9.75" x 11.75" Door opening 6" Flue size (Round) Wood fuel
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Additional notes for a 30-gallon barrel installation: the kit is curved to fit a 55-gallon drum, so a 30-gallon requires some mods to work. The front plate is fine but is mounted on the bottom of the barrel where there are no plugs. The flue collar (and, in my case, the stove plate doodad) absolutely require a gasket replacement kit to seal. I placed the base plates in place and drew the cutouts (again, with some consideration for what would actually work) and cut them out. Then I clamped them in place and drilled two screws to hold in place. Then drill the rest of the holes using the holes as guides, as they will shift about due to the curvature and if you just mark them through the holes, remove and drill it would be off. Put all the screws in place with the nuts barely threaded on to them to give maximum play. Now, *important*, saturate the gasket with the black cement/sealant and using the space those loose screws gives you, tuck the gasket into the space between the barrel body and the iron plate all the way around. THEN you can go around and using a ratcheting socket set and screwdriver, tighten opposing screws incrementally until a good seal is formed all around and the barrel forms as much as you can to the more-shallowly-curved fittings.
This done, you'll have a properly-installed kit that won't leak and will give you years of service.
The door latches are pretty cheesy and the flute is an odd size and hard to vet piping to fit the ID is just under 6" and you struggle to make anything for good , spend the money for the tray as it doesn't work well without it.
Door opening is little small so limits size wood you can put in such a big drum.
I had to machine additional air holes into lower door opening as it wouldn't sustain a fire with just the wheels open.
For the price it's not a bad deal