Closed heating device; the amount of air entering the fire box is controlled to slow down combustion.
Device forcing heated air to the front of the stove.
Vents in the side of the box through which heated air is returned to the room.
Rigid metal casing of the stove.
air inlet control
Handle controlling the mechanism for regulating the amount of air entering the fire box.
Area of the stove in which the wood is burned.
Brick that can withstand very high temperatures without deforming.
Airtight glass door sealing the fire box.
Device directing the smoke toward the chimney connection.
Pipe connecting the stove to the chimney or to another stovepipe to evacuate the smoke.