Davey Hot Pot Solid Fuel Stove
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The Davey Hot Pot stove provides superb cabin heat, making the boat warm and cosy on the coldest of winter days. The solid cast iron construction ensures good, even heat radiation. Heat output is easily controlled with a variable air intake adjustment. The feed door has a screw latch for extra security, preventing accidental opening.
Installation is simple using standard inexpensive flu pipe, comprehensive instructions are available.The Hot Pot can burn most solid fuels, including wood, coal, anthracite and other low smoke fuels.KEY FEATURES
- Cast iron construction for good heat radiation.
- Infinite air intake adjustment to control heat output.
- Flue outlet partway down main body to allow gravity feed of fuel.
- Positive latch front door for extra security.
- Flexible installation using standard inexpensive gas pipe. (blue band 2.5')
- Can burn most solid fuels (although Coalite is recommend for best results).
- Dimensions: H 17.75" x D 9.25"
- Bronze water well deck collar, sand blast finish- part number DA3126-GM-COLLAR
- Brass flue hat - part number DA3126-BR-HAT
INSTALLATION The HOT POT must be securely fixed to the boat. As all boats and there owners are different we have left the stove ready for drilling and tapping in the best place to suit any particular installation. Two possible methods are: BASE MOUNTING This is usually achieved by drilling and tapping the base of the stove in four places and bolting down on the floor (which should be reinforced where necessary). The stove should sit on heat resistant material, such as ceramic tiles on cement BULKHEAD MOUNTING As an alternative, the HOT POT stove can be mounted on the bulkhead by drilling and tapping the back or sides in four places. In this case it is important to install the heat shield with a 19mm air gap behind, and stagger the bolts to impede heat transfer,. In both cases, a heat shield should be installed to any. surface that is within scorching distance of the stove or pipe. This should be metal, with either a heat resistant material behind, or an air gap, to prevent heat being transferred. Sheet steel can be used for this, which can then be coated with black, heat resistant paint.
FLUE PIPE Please see our selection of 70mm pipe, bends and deck mounting options.
DECK FLANGE Where the flue pipe goes through the deck head, we recommend that it passes through our bronze water well deck collar (3126/GM/COLLAR). The gap between the pipe and the inside of the collar should be filled with fire cement or high temperature silicone to prevent water ingress.
FUEL As a solid fuel stove, the HOT POT will burn most fuels, however, it should be noted that in terms of heat, you get out what you put in. Therefore small pieces of smokeless fuel are far more effective than wet driftwood.
LIGHTING Everyone will have their own preference in lighting the stove, but we recommend the following is tried first. Put a fire lighter on the bottom grate. Put on a small amount of smokeless fuel. Put another fire lighter on top of the fuel. Light the top fire lighter first to warm the flue. When the flue is warm, light bottom fire lighter. When the fuel is alight slowly add more fuel.
CONTROL The HOT POT is fitted with a front opening door which, when open, gives maximum draft, and with the door shut, there is a ventilation wheel for fine air control. With small pieces of smokeless fuel it is possible to fill the HOT POT to the top and, as the fire burns, the new fuel drops down in its place hopper fashion. Each installation will produce different burn characteristics of the stove, as will the prevailing weather conditions, however, with experience it should be possible to set the HOT POT to stay alight overnight. As a guide, a fully loaded stove on maximum air inlet will take about 3 hours to bum away, therefore when closed down it will burn for much longer. To extinguish, simply close the door and ventilation wheel fully.
WARNING: AS WITH ALL FOSSIL FUELS, CARE MUST BE TAKEN TO ENSURE THERE IS NO LEAKAGE OF CARBON MONOXIDE FUMES INTO THE BOAT. THE CABIN SHOULD ALWAYS BE VENTILATED WHEN THE STOVE IS ALIGHT AND THE FITTING OF A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR SHOULD BE CONSIDERED
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