Brand: Midwest Hearth
Details: STOVE TOP SURFACE THERMOMETER
• This thermometer is calibrated to be used on the outside surface of a metal wood stove.
• Attach to the stove using the magnet on the back side of the thermometer.
• Place thermometer on the top, front, or side surface of the stove.
• Generally you will want to place the thermometer in the location recommended by the stove manufacturer, or the location the stove reaches the hottest temperature.
• Magnet will hold to steel up to 800°F.
• The best operating temperature for most wood stoves is between 400°F and 650°F and is illustrated as the middle zone on your thermometer labelled
• Temperatures below 400°F can create a dirty, smoky fire that leads to creosote buildup in your chimney. Creosote can be a safety hazard. This temperature range is illustrated on your thermometer and labelled
• A temperature above 650°F consumes more wood without additional room heat as more energy is lost up the stove pipe. This area is illustrated on your thermometer as
Package Dimensions: 19x147x59