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  • Preguntas frecuentes | Stoves | Wood | Drolet
    from the lowest burn rate air intake completely closed to the highest burn rate air intake completely open The optimum efficiency that we publicize is the efficiency obtained according to the same test data but for the low burn rate only This efficiency is more realistic for a majority of users whose heating needs require that the unit be used to maximize burn times Why has the paint turned white and how do I re paint my heater As a result of the high temperatures reached on the surface of any wood heater most types of high temperature paint will tend to discolor over time However if your paint has completely turned white in some areas shortly after you purchased your heater it is a sign that it may have overheated Many things can cause a unit to overheat Here is a brief list The air intake control has been left fully open and flue temperatures have reached excessive levels for a long period of time The chimney draft is excessive The door was left ajar for a long period with a fire going The door gasket is worn out Firebricks have been damaged or disintegrated and have not been replaced Pressure treated wood or other bi products of wood were used as fuel An excessive quantity of manufactured logs were used in the heater It is important to identify why the heater has overheated Otherwise it may wear out prematurely Make sure you use a chimney thermometer and keep flue temperatures within the comfort zone of 250 o F to 475 o F when the heater is operated in the slow combustion mode It is okay to reach temperatures between 500 o F and 900 o F upon start up of the heater The paint is tested to resist peak temperatures non continuous of up to 1 200 o F You can paint your heater and make it look brand new If the paint has not peeled off you need to prepare the surface with a 180 grit sand paper Then repaint the heater with the original high temperature aerosol paint for a more resistant and uniform finish If the paint has peeled off you need to prepare the surface with a 180 grit sand paper and remove all the paint until you reach the steel Why does the glass get sooty Possible causes and solutions 1 The moisture content of your wood is too high Solution Make sure you use good seasoned cord wood The wood you burn plays an important role in the overall performance of your heater Your wood should have been properly dried for approximately one year Storage is also key Wood that has been cut for one two or even more years will not necessarily be dry if it has been stored in poor conditions Under extreme conditions it may have rotten instead of drying Smaller pieces of wood will dry faster The wood should be stored in a place where the grass is not too long and where the wind will be able to circulate between the logs A 12 inch gap should be kept between the cords The wood should be placed in the sunniest area and should be protected from the rain and snow on top but not on the sides Use a moisture reader to measure the moisture content of your wood Ideally it should be below 25 2 The logs are positioned too close to the glass and are obstructing the air flow that is necessary to keep the glass clean Solution Make sure to keep a minimum gap of 2 inches between the logs and the glass 3 The chimney draft is too weak Solution 1 In many cases a weak draft is simply due to insufficient heat in the exhaust system Build a small intense fire and leave the door ajar never leave the heater unattended Before inserting larger logs use dry kindling to obtain a good bed of red embers Gradually increase the size of the logs Close the unit s door when you reach a flue temperature of approximately 475 F on the chimney thermometer Leave the air intake fully open for approximately 15 minutes Then gradually close the air intake control Note that there is no danger in letting the temperature inside the flue reach approximately 700 F during start up This is even favorable in order to properly start your heater You must however avoid maintaining excessive temperatures above the comfort zone on your thermometer during a long period of time Your chimney thermometer should be positioned on the exhaust pipe approximately 18 inches above the unit Solution 2 Your heater may not have all the oxygen it needs to allow for a sufficient draft You first need to insure that the room where the heater is located is sufficiently large and well ventilated Open the nearest window by approximately 2 inches If you notice a significant improvement it is a sign that the unit needs more oxygen The room may be too insulated or too small Without an additional source of oxygen the draft will remain weak and cause the glass stay dirty Solution 3 The chimney may be too short In order to obtain a sufficient draft your chimney must have a minimum height Twelve feet from the heater to the chimney cap outside the house is a minimum A height of 15 feet or higher is ideal Solution 4 Your exhaust system may be too tortuous or may lack a sufficiently steep slope Ideally your exhaust system should not have more than one 90 elbow Furthermore all horizontal sections should be as short as possible and have a minimum slope of per foot Solution 5 Your exhaust system may be oversized When your chimney is oversized the volume of air that needs to be warmed up is larger It is therefore difficult to reach temperatures that will allow for a sufficient draft Most advanced combustion systems those certified to EPA CSAB415 1 10 have a 6 flue outlet 152mm If your exhaust system does not have a 6 diameter a solution is to insert a stainless liner with a 6 diameter inside the exhaust system Can I vent my heater using an existing masonry chimney It is possible to install a heater using your existing masonry chimney The chimney must comply with the building code of your country state or province It usually needs to be lined with refractory bricks metal or clay tiles sealed together with fire cement The diameter of the chimney must be the same as the appliance s flue outlet If your masonry chimney does not have the same diameter as the appliance s flue outlet you need to insert a stainless steel liner having the proper diameter Otherwise you may face draft problems There are two types of liners rigid and flexible liner Both types are made of stainless steel They must be certified for venting solid fuel burning appliances Flexible liner is particularly useful when the masonry chimney has one or more deviations Can I cook on the top of my wood stove It is definitely possible to cook on the top of your stove This can be very useful in case of power failure A stove fully loaded with wood will easily reach 500 to 700 o F on top This is sufficient to cook The use of a pan or other cookware may scratch the paint An option is to use a cast iron cooking grid or simply lay a piece of stainless steel on top of the stove Can I remove the legs or pedestal of my stove and convert it into a fireplace insert Unfortunately there is a major design difference between a freestanding wood stove and a wood insert The wood insert like all other inserts has an extra steel jacket that covers about 2 3 of its firebox on the sides and all of its back This serves to accumulate the heat radiated by the firebox The heat is then pushed in front of the unit and into the room by a blower Without this feature the heat radiated by the insert would be lost into the masonry cavity Hence a stove inserted into a masonry fireplace would not have the same efficiency Furthermore its clearances to combustible materials could vary If the stove has not been tested for this type of installation it cannot be inserted into a masonry opening Can I install a wood heater in a mobile home Yes you can install a wood heater stove or fireplace in a mobile home However the heater you install must have been specifically approved for a mobile home application The heater must be hooked up to a fresh air pipe that enables combustion air to come from outside the house For most models it is necessary to purchase an adapter that allows the connection of the fresh air pipe to the appliance Consult our product literature to know if a particular model is mobile home approved The fresh air pipe used should be rated for temperatures of 250 o F 122 o C or more and should be insulated to prevent or limit condensation Normally this type of pipe meets the UL 181 ULC S110 standard for Class 1 HVAC connectors Does my heater qualify under the LEED program The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED Green Building Rating System encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria LEED is a third party certification program and an internationally accepted benchmark for the design construction and operation of high performance green buildings It provides building owners and operators the tools they need to have an immediate and measurable impact on their buildings performance The Canadian Green Building Council CGBC certifies LEED projects The Certification is based on the total point score achieved following an independent review and an audit of selected Credits With four possible levels of certification certified silver gold and platinum LEED is flexible enough to accommodate a wide range of green building strategies that best fit the constraints and goals of particular projects The Canadian rating systems are an adaptation of the US Green Building Council s USGBC LEED Green Building Rating System tailored specifically for Canadian climates construction practices and regulations The rating systems are adapted to the Canadian market through an inclusive process that engages stakeholders and experts representing the various sectors of the Canadian industry Wood or pellet stoves fireplaces and inserts can qualify under LEED and obtain up to one point provided that they meet the following criteria Why doesn t my heater produce enough heat Possible causes and solutions 1 The moisture content of your wood is too high Solution Make sure you use good seasoned wood The wood you burn plays an important role in the overall performance of your heater Your wood should have been properly dried for about one year Furthermore it is better to use hardwood such as oak maple beech or ash For the same volume hardwood will produce more heat Storage is also very important Wood that has been cut for one two or even more years will not necessarily be dry if it has been stored in poor conditions Under extreme conditions it may have rotted instead of drying Smaller pieces of wood will dry faster The wood should be stored in a place where the grass is not too long and where the wind will be able to circulate between the logs A 12 inch gap should be kept between the cords The wood should be placed in the sunniest area and should be protected from the rain and snow on top but not on the sides Use a moisture reader to measure the moisture content of your wood Ideally it should be below 25 2 The air control mechanism is not open enough Solution Adjust the air control mechanism in order to keep the flue temperature within the comfort zone between 250 F and 475 F on your chimney thermometer The air control mechanism must always be closed gradually You need to obtain a good bed of red embers and the logs must be completely lit up before you close the air control completely This can easily take up to one hour 3 The logs that you are using are too big Solution Use smaller pieces of wood and place them to allow proper air circulation between the logs The same weight of wood cut in many small pieces will produce more heat than fewer larger logs Only add big logs when you have a good bed of red embers Logs with a diameter exceeding 6 inches should always be split Avoid stacking logs to the top of the firebox 4 The chimney draft is too weak Solution 1 In many cases a weak draft is simply due to insufficient heat in the exhaust system Build a small intense fire and leave the door ajar never leave the heater unattended Before inserting larger logs use dry kindling to obtain a good bed of red embers Gradually increase the size of the logs Close the unit s door when you reach a flue temperature of approximately 475 F on the chimney thermometer Leave the air intake fully open for approximately 15 minutes Then gradually close the air intake control Note that there is no danger in letting the temperature inside the flue reach approximately 700 F during start up This is even favorable in order to properly start your heater You must however avoid maintaining excessive temperatures above the comfort zone on your thermometer during a long period of time Your chimney thermometer should be positioned on the exhaust pipe approximately 18 inches above the unit Solution 2 Your heater may not have all the oxygen it needs to allow for a sufficient draft You first need to ensure that the room where the heater is located is sufficiently large and well ventilated Open the nearest window by approximately 2 inches If you notice a significant improvement it is a sign that the unit needs more oxygen The room may be too insulated or too small Without an additional source of oxygen the draft will remain weak and cause the glass stay dirty Solution 3 The chimney may be too short In order to obtain a sufficient draft your chimney must have a minimum height Twelve feet from the heater to the chimney cap outside the house is a minimum A height of 15 feet or higher is ideal Solution 4 Your exhaust system may be too restrictive or may lack a sufficient rise Ideally your exhaust system should not have more than one 90 elbow Furthermore all horizontal sections should be as short as possible and have a minimum slope of per foot Solution 5 Your exhaust system may be oversized When your chimney is oversized the volume of air that needs to be warmed up is larger It is therefore difficult to reach temperatures that will allow for a sufficient draft Most advanced combustion systems those certified to EPA CSAB415 1 10 have a 6 flue outlet 152mm If your exhaust system does not have a 6 diameter a solution is to insert a stainless liner with a 6 diameter inside the exhaust system If you have verified all the points mentioned above and your heater works fine but still does not produce enough heat you may be asking for more than what your appliance can realistically give you Stoves fireplaces and inserts are used for zone heating It is normal that the heat be distributed unevenly inside your home It will always be colder in the rooms that are distant from the heater Furthermore since heat rises a heater located at the ground floor level will not heat your basement Solution 6 It is possible to increase heat circulation between the floors by installing floor traps The location of your heater is also important Try to install it in a central location If you want to heat both your basement and the ground floor install your heater in the basement The heat will rise to the upper floors Verify that the area you try to heat respects your appliance s heating capacity Your appliance s heating capacity can be found on the printed literature in the owner s manual or in the technical data section on our web site Keep in mind that your appliance s heating capacity assumes optimum conditions It may be too low in situations where a house is poorly insulated or highly exposed to wind If you already have an appliance with a high heating capacity that works normally but does not heat enough you probably need a central heating system such as a warm air wood furnace Why does the fire go out when I close the loading door Possible causes and solutions 1 The moisture content of your wood is too high Solution Make sure you use good seasoned cord wood The wood you burn plays an important role in the overall performance of your heater Your wood should have been properly dried for approximately one year Storage is also key Wood that has been cut for one two or even more years will not necessarily be dry if it has been stored in poor conditions Under extreme conditions it may have rotten instead of drying Smaller pieces of wood will dry faster The wood should be stored in a place where the grass is not too long and where the wind will be able to circulate between the logs A 12 inch gap should be kept between the cords The wood should be placed in the sunniest area and should be protected from the rain and snow on top but not on the sides Use a moisture reader to measure the moisture content

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  • Registro de la garantía | Drolet
    en la placa de homologación situada en la parte posterior del aparato o en el lado de este mismo en algunos casos Para los sistemas de pellets la placa de homologación se encuentra debajo de la tapa de la tolva La placa de homologación es de color plateado El número de serie se compone de varios dígitos y se encuentra en la parte superior central de la placa de homologación Fecha de compra Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Acerca de su distribuidor Nombre distribuidor País Canada USA Otro Ciudad Provincia Estado Alberta British Columbia Prince Edward Island Manitoba New Brunswick Nova Scotia Nunavut Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan Newfoundland and Labrador Northwest Territories Yukon Ha quedado satisfecho con su distribuidor autorizado Sí No Si no por qué Cuál fue su principal motivación para comprar Sustitución de un viejo aparato El deseo de crear un ambiente acogedor en su hogar El deseo de reducir gastos de calefacción El deseo de aumentar la capacidad de calentamiento de su sistema existente El deseo de tener una fuente de calor secundaria Otras razones Dónde ha instalado su aparato de calefacción En una residencia principal en el sótano En una residencia principal en la planta baja En un segundo hogar en el sótano En un segundo hogar en la planta baja En un garaje En un chalet de cacería o de pesca En un edificio comercial Otro lugar Cual es el otro sistema principal de calefacción en su hogar Calefacción central Gas natural Gas propano Aceite combustible Pellets Leña Carbón Electricidad Otro N A Calefacción auxiliar máximo 2 opciones Gas natural Gas propano Aceite combustible Pellets Leña Carbón Electricidad Otro N A Dónde se enteró acerca de nosotros Un amigo a o un familiar que ya cuenta con un aparato de calefacción En la prensa En la televisión En la radio En una revista En una circular En la tienda donde adquirió el aparato Internet Feria de exposición Arquitecto o diseñador Ha tenido alguna vez un aparato de esta marca Un profesional de la industria de la calefacción Inspector instalador entretenedor de la chimenea u otro Otro Evaluar la importancia de las siguientes características cuando usted elige su sistema de calefacción De 1 si la categoría no es importante o 10 si tiene una gran importancia en su decisión de compra 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Precio Marca Calidad Calor Capacidad de adaptar el aspecto Eficiencia Garantía Servicio cercanos Baja tasa de emisiones Hasta ahora está usted satisfecho con su aparato de calefacción Muy satisfecho Satisfecho Demasiado pronto para saber Insatisfecho Muy insatisfecho Comentarios Tenga en cuenta que este espacio sólo se utiliza con el fin de hacer el registro de su garantía Si tiene preguntas técnicas respecto a su aparato por favor póngase en contacto con el departamento técnico al siguiente número de teléfono 418 878 3040 o por correo electrónico a tech sbi

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  • Consejos prácticos | Drolet
    tecnología de combustión muy diferente a la de una estufa convencional y los procedimientos de instalación y de funcionamiento deberán ser seguidos cuidadosamente para obtener el rendimiento óptimo de su aparato Consejo 2 La chimenea es el motor que hace funcionar su sistema de calefacción a leña Use una chimenea homologada UL ULC con un diámetro interior correspondiente a la boquilla de la unidad 6 pulgadas para todos los aparatos Drolet EPA Consejo 3 Si es posible trate de instalar la chimenea al interior de la residencia utilisando el máximo de longitud Una chimenea alta y caliente favorecerá el tiraje Consejo 4 Trate de hacer montar la chimenea directamente a la vertical evitando los codos de 90 grados y las desviaciones Consejo 5 Asegúrese que la chimenea sea bastante alta y que la extremidad este libre de todo obstáculo que pueda afectar el tiraje Consejo 6 Utilice un termómetro de chimenea instalado sobre el tubo de evacuación a una distancia de cerca de 18 pulgadas por encima del aparato La temperatura de los gases de evacuación debería haber alcanzado por lo menos 350 F antes de que usted cierre completamente el control de aire primario del aparato Consejo 7 Para reducir el riesgo de expulsión de humo dentro de la pieza cuando usted alimenta su aparato abra completamente el control de entrada de aire primario durante algunos minutos Esto recalentará la chimenea y favorecerá el tiraje antes de la apertura de la puerta Consejo 8 Maximice la circulación del calor Nuestros modelos estan concebidos para recibir un ventilador a velocidad variable que le ayudará a distribuir el calor por el frente de su aparato Consejo 9 Recuerde que los aparatos de calefacción a leña producen un calor radiante Ya que el aire caliente sube el uso de rejillas en el

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  • Enlaces útiles | Drolet
    instalaciones Inicio Servicios y soporte Enlaces útiles Preguntas frecuentes Registro de la garantía Consejos prácticos Enlaces útiles Contáctenos Convertirse en punto de venta Guías de solución de problemas Enlaces útiles En esta sección queremos darle información acerca de los enlaces practicos ligados a la calefacción residencial en general www hpba org La Hearth Patio Barbecue Association HPBA es una organisación internacional que promueve y representa los inereses de las empresas que laboran en la indutria de estufas y chimeneas en America del Norte www hpbacanada com HPBAC es la filial canadiense de la HPBA ver el enlace aquí arriba www fiprecan ca Este sitio ofrece varios concejos practicos sobre las manereras de poner en marcha de manera eficaz su aparato de calefacción a leña en conformidad con las normas canadienses www selkirkcanada com Este sitio le ofrece concejos practicos sobre la instalación de sistemas de chimeneas www woodheat org Este completo sitio trata todos los aspectos de la calefacción residencial a leña y contiene tambien concejos tecnicos sobre aspectos ambientales http www epa gov airprogm oar woodstoves Esta sección del sitio de la ofrece muchas informaciones sobre las estufas a leña EPA la intalación y el uso eficaz de su estufa www pelletheat org Este sitios de Pellet Fuel Institute tiene por objetivo educar los consumidores sobre las ventajas que procura el uso de los pellets de madera como recurso de combustible para la calefacción residencial y comercial www wettinc ca Este sitio de la Wood Energy Technology Transfer Inc WETT Inc hace la promoción del uso séguro y eficaz de los sistemas de calefacción a leña a traves de la educación y de la formación profesional http www schl ca CMHC es el organismo canadiense responsable de la habitación Sitiio disponible solamente en francés o inglés CMHC poduce una

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  • Contáctenos | Drolet
    Contáctenos Preguntas frecuentes Registro de la garantía Consejos prácticos Enlaces útiles Contáctenos Convertirse en punto de venta Guías de solución de problemas Contáctenos Precio y disponibilidad Para conocer los precios o la disponibilidad de nuestros productos póngase en contacto con uno de nuestros puntos de venta Para conocer los puntos de venta en su área por favor visite nuestra sección de Encuentre el punto de venta mas cercano a usted Concejos de instalación Para obtener información sobre la instalación de su chimenea se pueden visitar los sitios web de algunos fabricantes de América del Norte a través los enlaces de nuestra sección de Enlaces Estos sitios ofrecen asesoría pertinente sobre las reglas a seguir y los distintos componentes necesarios para una instalación exitosa Manuales Usted puede ver descargar e imprimir los manuales de instrucciones de nuestros productos en nuestra sección de Descargas En esta sección también puede descargar el catálogo general Drolet los folletos individuales de los productos o las instrucciones de instalación de componentes específicos o accesorios Información técnica La información técnica sobre nuestros productos está en la sección Productos del sitio Esta sección le ofrece la posibilidad de consultar la ficha técnica de cada modelo Accesorios Puede ver los accesorios disponibles para cada modelo en la página correspondiente al producto o en la sección Accesorios Qué tipo de información está buscando La información marcada con un asterisco representa los campos obligatorios a completar Necesita información para una posible compra Tiene uno de nuestros productos y desea más información Para cuál categoría de productos Leña Pellets Accesorios Nombre Ciudad Provincia Estado Alberta British Columbia Prince Edward Island Manitoba New Brunswick Nova Scotia Nunavut Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan Newfoundland and Labrador Northwest Territories Yukon Teléfono Dirección País Canada USA Otro Código postal Código zip Correo electrónico Comentarios Punto de venta Distribuidor

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  • Convertirse en punto de venta | Drolet
    Enlaces útiles Contáctenos Convertirse en punto de venta Guías de solución de problemas Convertirse en punto de venta Drolet siempre está interesado en ampliar su red de puntos de venta en América del Norte Para consultar si hay oportunidades de convertirse en un punto de venta Drolet en su área por favor complete el siguiente formulario Uno de nuestros encargados de ventas se comunicará con usted Por favor complete las siguientes informaciones Seleccione la s línea s de productos Drolet en la s que está n interesado s Leña Pellets Es usted actualmente un punto de venta de productos de calefacción Sí No Cuál cree que sería su potencial anual de ventas en número de unidades Leña 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 16 20 21 25 26 Pellets 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 16 20 21 25 26 Cuál cree que sería su potencial anual de ventas en número de unidades Qué le llevó a contactarnos acerca de convertirse en un punto de venta Sitio web Otro distribuidor Feria Exposición Trade Show Su experiencia pasada con Drolet Otro Acerca de Usted Nombre de la empresa Titulo Nombre Correo

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  • Guías de solución de problemas | Drolet
    images Folletos y manuales Piezas de repuesto Información corporativa Misión Histórico Noticias Empleo Datos de la empresa Nuestras instalaciones Inicio Servicios y soporte Guías de solución de problemas Preguntas frecuentes Registro de la garantía Consejos prácticos Enlaces útiles Contáctenos Convertirse en punto de venta Guías de solución de problemas Consulte el documento apropiado seleccionando el aparato según el código del producto y el número de serie que esta entre paréntesis Guías de solución de problemas Seleccione un término para refinar su búsqueda Categoría Wood Pellet Tipo Stoves Furnaces Inserts Nombre del modelo Nombre de modelo ECO 35 PELLET STOVE DP00035 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 45 DP00045 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 35 DP00035 1 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 35 DP00035 2 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 35 DP00035 3 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 45 SÉRIE 2252 3351 DP00045 3 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 45 SERIAL 100 1676 DP00045 1 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 45 SERIAL 1677 2251 DP00045 2 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 45 SERIAL 3352 3851 DP00045 4 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 65 SERIAL 100 TO 1124 DP00055 1 Download the troubleshooting guide ECO 65 special kit DP00055K Download the troubleshooting guide

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  • Descargas | Leña | Drolet
    ClassicE H jpg DB03081 ClassicE H1 jpg DB03081 ClassicE H2 jpg COLUMBIA DB03015 DB03015 Columbia H jpg DB03015 Columbia H1 jpg DB03015 Columbia H2 jpg DECO DB03200 DB03200 Deco H jpg DB03200 Deco H1 jpg DB03200 Deco H2 jpg DB03200 Deco H3 jpg DROLET FURNACE HEATMAX GENERADOR DE CALOR A LEÑA DF01000 DF01000 Heatmax H jpg DF01000 Heatmax H1 jpg DF01000 Heatmax H2 jpg DF01000 Heatmax H3 jpg EASTWOOD 1800 DB03161 DB03161 Eastwood1800 H jpg DB03161 Eastwood1800 H1 jpg DB03161 Eastwood1800 H2 jpg El Cazador DB00400 DB00400 Chasseur H jpg ELDORADO DB02610 DB02610 Eldorado H jpg DB02610 Eldorado H1 jpg DB02610 Eldorado H2 jpg ESCAPE 1400 WOOD INSERT DB03120 DB03120 Escape 1400I H jpg DB03120 Escape 1400I H1 jpg DB03120 Escape 1400I H2 jpg ESCAPE 1800 LEGS BRUSHED NICKEL DOOR DB03112 DB03112 Escape1800 H jpg DB03112 Escape1800 H1 jpg DB03112 Escape1800 H2 jpg ESCAPE 1800 BLACK DOOR DB03102 DB03102 Escape1800 H jpg DB03102 Escape1800 H2 jpg DB03102 Escape1800 H1 jpg ESCAPE 1800 BRUSHED NICKEL DOOR DB03111 DB03111 Escape1800 H jpg DB03111 Escape1800 H1 jpg DB03111 Escape1800 H2 jpg ESCAPE 1800 I INSERTABLE À LEÑA DB03125 DB03125 Escape 1800I H jpg DB03125 Escape 1800I H1 jpg DB03125 Escape 1800I H2 jpg HEATMAX II WOOD FURNACE DF01001 DF01001 HeatmaxII H jpg DF01001 HeatmaxII H2 jpg DF01001 HeatmaxII H3 jpg DF01001 HeatmaxII H4 jpg DF01001 HeatmaxII H5 jpg HT2000 WITH PEDESTAL DB07200 DB07200 HT2000 H1 jpg DB07200 HT2000 H jpg DB07200 HT2000 H2 jpg DB07200 HT2000 H3 jpg JURASSIEN DB03000 DB03000 Jurassien H jpg jpg DB03000 Jurassien H1 jpg DB03000 Jurassien H2 jpg LEGEND DB03070 DB03070 legende H jpg LEGENDE II DB03071 DB03071 legendeII H jpg DB03071 legendeII H2 jpg DB03071 legendeII H3 jpg MYRIAD DB03050 DB03050 Myriad H jpg MYRIAD II DB03051 DB03051 MyriadII H jpg DB03051 MyriadII H2 jpg DB03051 MyriadII

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