Cast Iron Pipsqueak Stove
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Incidentally , when looking thru old threads i found several good comments about Pipsqueak stoves & the Davey Hotpot too but yesterday i found an old thread from 2012 which i hadnt seen before . The general concensus was that the rear exit flue ( as MtB points out above ) was the problem & the thread became quite " heated " as the OP was determined to make it work in his boat tho the installation was to be far from normal . Had i have seen that thread earlier id have re considered putting up a question about the same stove . Ideally items offered for sale should be listed in the appropriate section but I see no problem with this offer especially if it is f.o.c.
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They look to be just what I need and I think I have sourced an extra long flue pipe to it my Bison. This month, the Pipsqueak is in the bedroom of an old house, in the mountain; it's 2.5m inos flue pipe going in the 9m chimney: too much draft https://castironstove biz/2018/10/20/antique-cast-iron-stove-thatcher-furnace-co-no-88-coal-wood-kitchen-cooking/The biggest pro is that the Pipsqueak does the job – it will heat your small space and be useful for cooking! That, and the fact it’s difficult to find for a reasonable price in North America! Pipsqueak Stove For Sale hello fascinating to hear mention of the "queenie" stove, i have a spare Queenie No6 that needs some tlc and a good home. if anyone is interested in it please respond here, are we allowed to write things like this on the forum?
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These folks sell the stove and flue accessories (but not the boat roof fittings, we bought ours from 'Bubble Stoves') I have a pipsqueak which we dont want any more that had been used once before we got it and then I never installed it. I did put it in the for sale section though not sure it appeared. It’s easy to use, but some people do have trouble maximizing the amount of heat they get out of it without it chewing through a lot of wood. That also becomes annoying simply because you’re feeding wood into it constantly.May be the older Pipsqueak could be bottom air flow controlled with opening a few mm the ash tray drawer (I do it sometimes)
Pipsqueak stove burning anthracite. Fitted into the old Pipsqueak stove burning anthracite. Fitted into the old
He then mentioned " flashing " for the exterior but i expect id need an iron collar instead , which i ll google for costs If you're looking for a small stove for recreational use, and don't need high output or long burn times, the Pipsqueak might be a good candidate.The Pipsqueak is approx 3KW and is ideal for camping, on the beach, in sheds or small spaces such as boats.