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    Draw Collar for Wood Stove

    List Price: $447.99
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    • Draw collar for use with wood-burning stoves
    • Collar is easy to install, silent and inexpensive
    • This unit pre-heats the flue for easy, smoke free fire starts even on the coldest days or nights
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Stock Squared
    Part Number: DCWS-6-10
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-103340


    • Draw collar for use with wood-burning stoves
    • Collar is easy to install, silent and inexpensive
    • This unit pre-heats the flue for easy, smoke free fire starts even on the coldest days or nights
    When you are using wood-burning stove, you know the importance of being able to start your fire easily. This process can sometimes be more difficult when the weather is colder. In this case, it can take much longer than normal to start the fire. This Draw Collar is an excellent addition to your wood-burning stove. It is easy to install, silent, and inexpensive. It pre-heats your flue for easy, smoke-free fire starts even on the coldest days or nights.
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    Customer Questions & Answers
    3 Questions & 3 Answers
    from Reading, PA asked:
    January 3, 2015
    Is there a sensor disc on the draw collar to turn it off and on automatically as the stack temperature changes? I have problems with the stove drafting when I make a small fire. When the fire starts to die out, the entire basement fills with smoke but as soon as the heat builds back up, everything is fine.
    1 Answer
    The draw collar is a constant use item, although it would be possible to switch the collar off manually if you like. For any stove with cold flue related draft issues, it is recommended to leave the collar on during the entire burn time, as it will greatly improve overall performance.
    on January 5, 2015

    from North Hero, VT asked:
    November 30, 2013
    I have a 7" stove pipe on a wood furnace about 4' to 5 ' long with only about a 2" rise. Is this alright to use on a vertical run? Then it goes into the flue. I have a hard time starting it in the beginning of the year, and also when you open it to add more wood. Can you help?
    1 Answer
    Most furnaces and stoves operate best with at least a 12 inch vertical run of pipe before they begin a horizontal run. Even with a taller masonry chimney, a long initial horizontal run can cause the problems you are experiencing. Are you venting into a clay thimble or a fireplace opening? You may consider installing a thimble that is further up in the flue to allow a greater vertical rise.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 2, 2013

    from Mantua ohio asked:
    August 30, 2013
    I don't see any options for pipe size i have an eight inch pipe. and also how close can the draw collar be installed to the wood stove outlet
    1 Answer
    This particular collar has a 6 inch I.D. However, we can special order an 8 inch version for your application. The draw collars do best when installed directly on top of stove appliance adapter.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on September 3, 2013

    Customer Reviews
    Review Summary
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    100% Recommend this product (3 of 3 responses)
    By John from Northern NJ on October 19, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    What a difference!
    Before the draw collar when starting up my 1912 Glenwood Baseburner No. 8 Coal Stove I would have smoke coming into my house until a draft was formed. After I installed the draw collar there wasn't one whisp of smoke that entered my house! The draw collar made 100% of the smoke go out the stove pipe and out the chimney! I highly recommend the draw collar. IT WORKS!!!!!!!!!
    ProsWorth the money! Heats up fast! You can leave it on and it will turn on/off automatically.
    ConsNone yet!
    By j. wagoner from nebraska on February 5, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Draw Collar
    Works well and certainly cheaper than enclosing the outside section of chimney to overcome the cold air downdrafts. I am in central Nebraska and beside the cold the other issue we have is the wind on the prairie. During extreme cold w/ wind the stove pipe doesn't want to heat up very fast and once the shut off temp is reached for the draw collar you have to be careful to maintain a roaring fire to prevent wind related down drafts. After the fire has burned a while( 20-30 minutes) on 'high heat' then downdrafts are minimal. Overall happy w/ the draw collar and had no trouble ordering online. I used an adjustable sleeve to fit the collar into my stove pipe stack. The sleeve is a pretty tight fit but it is still important to have a hot fire as quickly as possible to prevent smoking around the pipe connections. Give the collar 30 minutes as they recommend and then use lots of paper, kindling, fat wood, or other 'hot burning' starter and all will draft nicely. Again, cheaper than enclosing your outside chimney especially for a cabin or add on wood burning stove.
    By Clay from utah on January 31, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Draw Collar
    I have been fighting a downdraft problem for years , at times so bad, it was even impossible to to get a draw going . My stove is in the lower level of the house with a 20' flu, in a cold outside chase .Tried the Draw Collar , let it pre-heat for about 15 minutes , had the stove loaded and ready to go before hand , and it worked beautifully, " As Advertised " what a relief to know I can now get a fire going under conditions that were difficult, at best, before. Thanks for a product that works!! Here's hoping it has longevity .

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