Wood Stove Thermometer - Magnetic Stove Top Meter
Wood Stove Thermometer - Magnetic Stove Top Meter
Wood Stove Thermometer - Magnetic Stove Top Meter
Wood Stove Thermometer - Magnetic Stove Top Meter
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Wood Stove Thermometer - Magnetic Stove Top Meter

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Midwest Hearth
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$21.95
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Midwest Hearth wood stove thermometers are an easy and attractive way to measure the operating temperature of your wood burning stove. They effectively show the temperature of your appliance and also offer easy-to-read zones for quick reference of your stove's operating efficiency.



Features:

  • FOR STOVE TOP SURFACE - Calibrated to read temperature on the surface of your wood stove.
  • MAGNETIC ATTACHMENT - Easily attach to your metal wood stove. Magnet will hold to 800°F.
  • EASY TO READ ZONES - Optimize efficiency, prevent overheating, minimize creosote.
  • PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISH - Premium quality finish to compliment your beautiful stove.
  • FLIP UP HANDLE - Quickly reposition meter to find the sweet spot for temp readings.

Installation Instructions:

  • This thermometer is calibrated to be used on the outside surface of a metal wood stove.
  • Attach to the stove using the magnet on the back side of the thermometer.
  • Place thermometer on the top, front, or side surface of the stove.
  • Generally you will want to place the thermometer in the location recommended by the stove manufacturer, or the location the stove reaches the hottest temperature.
  • Magnet will hold to steel up to 800°F.

Operating Instructions:

  • The best operating temperature for most wood stoves is between 400°F and 650°F and is illustrated as the middle zone on your thermometer labelled “BEST ZONE”
  • Temperatures below 400°F can create a dirty, smoky fire that leads to creosote buildup in your chimney. Creosote can be a safety hazard. This temperature range is illustrated on your thermometer and labelled “CREOSOTE”
  • A temperature above 650°F consumes more wood without additional room heat as more energy is lost up the stove pipe. This area is illustrated on your thermometer as “TOO HOT”