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  • History | Drolet
    building made of tight aligned openings permitted a natural lighting inside and minimal ventilation into the vast central hall were workers performed their daily activities This old factory of wich only few models remain in Quebec City is quite representative of the industrial architecture of the 20th century The city of Quebec has respected and kept its characteristics at the time of it s exterior restoration done between 1993 and 1996 A favourable site for naval construction The shipyard When François Xavier Drolet bought the land to build his new factory he choose the St Charles riverbanks in the vicinity of the Dorchester bridge in Quebec city Thanks to its location he can then establish a small maritime shipyard in 1907 A sliding block helps to hoist the boats in dry docks and proceed to different repairs to the hull The very heavy machinery parts are brought inside the factory for maintenance or adjustments on rail trains This new addition to the factory is the continuity of a long tradition as shipyards successed one another at the same location since the 19th century Quebec city was then a key location in the timber trade and the Saint Charles River was such a predilection for the naval construction industry During World War II the then useless docks for the F X Drolet shipyard were filled up With it s closure it was the disappearance of the last maritime yard on Saint Charles River A very particular school Manufacture of moulds for the cast iron F X Drolet employees are responsible for the company notoriety the succeeded one another bye obtaining a quality training The coexistence of the foundry the forgery and the mechanical shop enabled them to acquire a more diversified knowledge which led them to really master their crafts In

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  • News | Drolet
    Warranty registration Practical advice Useful links Contact us Become a Drolet Dealer Troubleshooting guides Hi res images Brochures and manuals Replacement parts Corporate informations Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations Home Corporate informations News Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations News No data available Heating with wood and the environment A clean and renewable source of energy Web Advisor Find the heating appliance that answers your

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  • Jobs | Drolet
    Fire starters Others Refractory products Fireplace tool sets Service and support Frequently asked questions Warranty registration Practical advice Useful links Contact us Become a Drolet Dealer Troubleshooting guides Hi res images Brochures and manuals Replacement parts Corporate informations Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations Home Corporate informations Jobs Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations Jobs Stove Builder International inc SBI manufacturer of the Drolet brand offers various career opportunities in the following fields Sales and Marketing Customer Service Engineering Information Technology Industrial Design Buying Management Accounting Secretarial Work Office automation Production Management Human Resources Digital Machine Shop Programming Welding Sheet metal works Shipping and Receiving Maintenance Painting Machine Operation Do not hesitate to send us your resume in complete confidentiality at the following address By mail Human Resources Service Stove Builder International inc 250 De Copenhague St Augustin de Desmaures Québec G3A 2H3 Canada Tel 418 878 3040 By fax Human Resources Service Stove Builder International inc Fax 418 878 3001 Heating with wood and the environment A clean and renewable source of energy Web Advisor Find the heating appliance that answers your needs Find a retailer near your home Our products available locally Gouvernment Incentives

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  • Our coordinates | Drolet
    Dealer Troubleshooting guides Hi res images Brochures and manuals Replacement parts Corporate informations Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations Home Corporate informations Our coordinates Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations Our coordinates Stove Builder International inc SBI 250 De Copenhague St Augustin de Desmaures Québec G3A 2H3 Canada Tel 418 878 3040 Fax 418 878 3001 Heating with wood and the environment A clean and renewable

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  • Our installations | Drolet
    us Become a Drolet Dealer Troubleshooting guides Hi res images Brochures and manuals Replacement parts Corporate informations Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations Home Corporate informations Our installations Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations Our installations Head office Saint Augustin de Desmaures Canada for the plant tour La Guadeloupe plant Québec Canada Heating with wood and the environment A clean and renewable source of energy Web

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  • Heating with wood and the environment | Drolet
    and animals Ensuring there is a healthy fuelwood market is key to a sustainable forestry plan Landowners have more incentive to remove low value trees and manage their forests sustainably knowing there is a market for this low value material The combustion of wood produces small particles that are called PM2 5 Those particles are 30 times smaller than a human hair They can aggravate certain lung and heart diseases and have been linked with health problems such as asthma Sources of PM2 5 include combustion under various forms such as the one used for cars and trucks wood heating as well are other industrial processes While it is true that old technology like open fireplaces and simple heaters could not burn the wood completely the new generation of wood burning appliances are designed to burn particles They produce almost no visible smoke The wood heating industry has evolved The vast majority of appliances sold on the market now meet the particles emissions limits set by the US Environmental Protection Agency as well as the Canadian standard CSA B415 1 For example the Environmental Protection Agency better known as EPA limits emissions of certified wood heating appliances to no more than 7 5 grams per hour In comparison older conventional wood stoves average 40 grams per hour Numerous countries provinces and municipalities have adopted laws that regulate the sale of wood heating appliances that do not meet the latest standards in terms of particles emissions Among them we can name the United States Australia New Zealand as well as numerous countries that are part of the European Union In Canada British Columbia Quebec Nova Scotia and Newfoundland have also introduced laws regulating the sale of wood heating appliances Wood when burned in an appliance that has been tested to the EPA or CSAB415 1 standards emits up to 90 less particles It is a clean renewable energy source Furthermore the reduction in fuelwood consumption reaches up to 33 when advanced wood combustion systems are used This is because certified wood stoves and fireplaces are 60 to 80 efficient compared with 40 to 60 for conventional units As for appliances burning wood pellets they have amongst the lowest particulate emissions of all solid fuel burning appliances They are manufactured from waste products and other renewable resources right here in North America They represent a huge source of heating fuel from material that would otherwise be sent to landfills All Drolet EPA wood appliances have a secondary air source Heated air flows which are circulated through perforated channels located under the firebox baffle allow for a more complete combustion of particulates before they are released into the atmosphere You burn less wood and help the environment For more information regarding this subject click on the links below www hpba org The Hearth Patio Barbecue Association HPBA is an international trade association that represents and promotes the interests of the hearth products industry in North America www hpbacanada com HPBAC is the Canadian

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  • Web advisor | Drolet
    Web advisor Here are three steps to find the heating appliance suitable for your needs Step 1 Enter your data Step 2 Compare Models Step 3 Determine your savings To find the appliance that suits your needs complete the following information Desired combustible Wood Pellet Length of the house Meters Feet Width of the house Meters Feet Room height Meters Feet Number of floors Including basement 1 2 3 4

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  • Find a dealer near you | Drolet
    questions Warranty registration Practical advice Useful links Contact us Become a Drolet Dealer Troubleshooting guides Hi res images Brochures and manuals Replacement parts Corporate informations Mission History News Jobs Our coordinates Our installations Home Find a dealer near you Find a dealer near you Drolet offers 3 easy ways to find the retailer nearest you In Store Online Search by zip or postal code Canada or USA Maximum distance 50 100 150 200 250 KM MI Search by location Province State Alberta British Columbia Prince Edward Island Manitoba New Brunswick Nova Scotia Nunavut Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan Newfoundland and Labrador Northwest Territories Yukon Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California North Carolina South Carolina Colorado Connecticut North Dakota South Dakota Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington D C West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming City Search by dealer name Name MY FIREPLACE PRODUCTS Rating 5 5 Heating with wood and the environment A clean and renewable source of energy Web Advisor Find the heating appliance that answers your needs

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