The Morso flue gas thermometer is used to measure the temperature of the smoke in the flue pipe right above the stove.
When ensuring optimal combustion you can obtain;
- Longer burn times
- Less refuelling
- Cleaner chimney
- Environmentally friendly combustion
- Longer stove life
Higher than 250°C (480°F): Over-firing
Close the stove air intakes and pay special attention to the fire until the temperature on the thermometer has fallen.
Between 110°C (230°F) and 250°C (480°F): Normal operating range
Optimum fuel efficiency
Below 110°C (230°F): Under-firing
This range will result in poor combustion and can cause smoke, tar and creosote build-up in the flue. To avoid, increase the air supply to the stove and/or fill with dry wood.