Special Price: $23.95
Inferno Stove Top Surface Thermometer Surface thermometer calibrated to measure Fahrenheit temperatures on stove top. Features:
- Attach magnetically on top of your stove, or front or side surface.
- Versatile Stove Top models work for any stove.
- Engineered to measure hotter temperatures than those found in the stovepipe.
- A no-installation-required alternative to probe thermometers.
- Black genuine porcelain enamel on durable steel.
- Stylish new design features gray, white, and orange burn-temperature zones.
- Quality manufactured in North Carolina, USA
Surface thermometer calibrated to measure Fahrenheit temperatures on stove top. Black genuine porcelain enamel on durable steel. Stylish new design features gray, white, and orange burn-temperature zones. Helps you conserve wood due to burning too hot, while avoiding excess creosote by burning too cool. Quality manufactured in Condar's North Carolina factory.
Attach magnetically on top of your stove, or front or side surface. Versatile Stove Top models work for any stove. Engineered to measure hotter temperatures than those found in the stovepipe. A no-installation-required alternative to probe thermometers, for stoves with double-wall stovepipe. (Note: Double-wall stovepipe is insulated; therefore, surface temperature readings on stovepipe do not accurately reflect the temperature of your fire.) Also ideal for stoves with hidden or inaccessible stovepipe.
You will receive:
- 1 Inferno Stove Top Thermometer in brand new factory packaging
Stove Top Thermometer Instructions:
Designed to use on the surface of your metal woodstove. Thermometer may be placed on the top, or on the front or side surface. Magnet will hold to steel at temperatures up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit (425 °C). Place on your woodstove as recommended by your dealer or manufacturer, usually a position where the surface is hottest.
If your painted woodstove is new, to avoid marking paint, do not use thermometer until the stove paint has cured completely. One hot fire in a new stove will typically cure paint.
For most woodstoves ideal operating efficiency is between 400 and 650 degrees F (200 – 350 °C), the middle zone indicated by the pointer.
Temperature below 400 degrees F (200 °C) indicates a smoky, dirty fire that causes creosote in your chimney, a safety hazard.
Above 650 degrees F (350 °C) you waste wood and possibly cause damage to your woodstove due to excessive heat. Over-firing a metal woodstove consumes wood without generating additional room heat, because excess energy is lost up the stovepipe.
This item has a 1-Year Limited Warranty:
Condar Thermometers are warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for one year from the date of purchase, provided the product has not been altered or abused. Thermometers will be repaired or replaced at Condar’s option.
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