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Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254367
04/29/21 07:49 AM
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Mine are not for coal, said so in directions.

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Trapset] #7254384
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Originally Posted by Trapset
I have heated my house with a top loader like that for years. Have one in our cabin in NW Ontario too. Love them, only have to clean out ashes a few times a year. You can really load them up with wood, way more than any front loader. Mine are Naden brand. Naden made boats and stoves out of Vermilion Bay Ont. for years. They had a US patten as well but I canít remember the name off hand. Not sure if yours is a Naden, Iíve never seen one with 4 vents. I would buy it in a heartbeat, I love the control and volume of wood these stoves hold.

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Great pic! The people that have it got back with me and said it's solid steel, not cast iron and said it's heavy lol. Thanks for your help, thanks to all of you for your help and replies. I think I'm gonna get the dern thing and see how she does.


I wonder if tap dancers walk into a room, look at the floor, and think, I'd tap that. I wonder about things.....
Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254426
04/29/21 09:28 AM
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Iím sure youíll love it. I cut my wood 12Ē-13Ē long now so I can actually stack it in the stove the short way and get a ton of wood in it. Great for overnight or loading twice a day in shop.

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Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Trapset] #7254501
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Originally Posted by Trapset
I have heated my house with a top loader like that for years. Have one in our cabin in NW Ontario too. Love them, only have to clean out ashes a few times a year. You can really load them up with wood, way more than any front loader. Mine are Naden brand. Naden made boats and stoves out of Vermilion Bay Ont. for years. They had a US patten as well but I canít remember the name off hand. Not sure if yours is a Naden, Iíve never seen one with 4 vents. I would buy it in a heartbeat, I love the control and volume of wood these stoves hold.

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How do you get the ashes out?

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254589
04/29/21 02:16 PM
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I use an old Coleman fuel can with the top cut off and just scoop them out from top.

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Trapset] #7254614
04/29/21 03:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Trapset
I use an old Coleman fuel can with the top cut off and just scoop them out from top.


Once its cold, a shop vac would make quick work of it.

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254622
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Got a Naden at my camp. Were made 25 miles from here. Lots of them in use around here and if anybody hears of one for sale they are gone right away.

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: ~ADC~] #7254625
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Originally Posted by ~ADC~
Originally Posted by Trapset
I use an old Coleman fuel can with the top cut off and just scoop them out from top.


Once its cold, a shop vac would make quick work of it.


In my experience vacuums can't handle the fine ash of a wood stove. The ash either blows right through the filters and fills the room or he filters clog pretty quickly. I shovel my ashes out with a small shovel made just for that job.


Eh...wot?

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254646
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my stove never goes out in the winter to shovel ashes

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254650
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Neither does mine. I let it burn down to coals and shovel excess ash out from under them.


Eh...wot?

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254651
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Doesn't your stove get full of ash?


Eh...wot?

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Lugnut] #7254655
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Originally Posted by Lugnut
Originally Posted by ~ADC~

Once its cold, a shop vac would make quick work of it.


In my experience vacuums can't handle the fine ash of a wood stove. The ash either blows right through the filters and fills the room or he filters clog pretty quickly. I shovel my ashes out with a small shovel made just for that job.


Could be I haven't used it on a stove but I run a bag in my shopvac and vacuum ashes out of my pellet grill with no trouble.

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Lugnut] #7254656
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Originally Posted by Lugnut
Neither does mine. I let it burn down to coals and shovel excess ash out from under them.

same here.

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254688
04/29/21 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Lugnut
Originally Posted by ~ADC~


Once its cold, a shop vac would make quick work of it.


In my experience vacuums can't handle the fine ash of a wood stove. The ash either blows right through the filters and fills the room or he filters clog pretty quickly. I shovel my ashes out with a small shovel made just for that job.


I finally switched my shopvac to a bag and washable filter. I should never have to buy a filter again, and bags are cheap.

On the stove, I'm sure you could easily make a scoop to clean the ash out hot. The extra vent holes could be used like burners if it was made for cooking with cast iron.
Also, I'd put a wood handle on that lid like Trapset has. Save you some gloves if you open it when it's hot smile


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Boco couldn't catch a cold.

But if he did, it would be Top Lot.
Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254703
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I remember seeing one of those when I was little, I think they said they used coal to burn in them

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254730
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The Naden handle is removable so itís not in the way if you want to cook on top and it keeps handle from getting hot when stove is rocking. Catch 22s handle looks welded on. Could maybe make a female socket handle to slide over welded one an remove when not in use.

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Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254739
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It only takes a handful of scoops to clean out ashes and only needs done 4-5 times during heating season. Iím sure you could get by with less but I just wait for a sunny day and slide the coals under each air vent and open vents all the way. Burns it down real nice, then I scoop em out.

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254754
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Hey Trapset, do you know the dimensions of your stove?


I wonder if tap dancers walk into a room, look at the floor, and think, I'd tap that. I wonder about things.....
Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Catch22] #7254762
04/29/21 07:22 PM
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I have never seen one but I like it.

Re: Have y'all ever seen a woodburner like this? [Re: Yukon John] #7254896
04/29/21 10:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Yukon John
Originally Posted by lee steinmeyer
Catch, you sure it's steel? Most of those old stoves were cast iron, and if you had a crack or broken spot, they're about impossible to fix!

If it is metal, there is a way to fix it. Sorry Lee!

Not true, John. I have been a welder all my life, and have run into cast iron, stainless steel, most of the time in exhaust systems that the metal was burned up to the point that there was no possible way to weld it. Exhaust manifolds are the worst, and you cannot tell by lookin if they will weld or not, so you go through all the steps and it just burns away. Seen it too many times!


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