Warnock Hersey Pellet Stove Parts

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Warnock Hersey Pellet Stove Parts
Wood pellets replace the wood stack in the backyard. (chopped wood image by Stefano Tiraboschi from Fotolia.com)

Warnock Hersey (WH) Mark denotes North America's leading product safety and performance mark for building and construction products, certifying compliance with building codes and product safety requirements. WH Mark is displayed by APR Industries Ltd. in Winnipeg, Canada, among other manufacturers. AP'R manufactures the KOZI brand name pellet stove. Its model 100 pellet burner stove carries the WH, and, while it is not the only pellet stove with the designation, it does represent one example.

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Feed Hopper

This part holds the wood pellets that provide the fuel for the stove. The standard hopper holds 22 kilograms, or 22.7kg., of pellets. For freestanding stoves, KOZI makes available a feed hopper extension that increases the capacity to 45.5kg, or 45.4kg. Utilisation of this extension provides for longer use without having to resupply the stove with wood pellets. An adjustable fuel feed allows for use at the rate of 1 to 4.5lbs. per hour. The pellets are loaded from the top of the stove with the storage chamber separate from the burn chamber. The wood pellet ashes collect in a reservoir that is removable for cleaning.


KOZI offers two materials for the heavy cast iron stove door; either matt black or 24K gold plated. The door contains ceramic safety glass that is rated for 760 degrees Celsius, or 760 degrees Celsius. The 24K gold plated door handle is described as a "cool grip coil." KOZI employs an air wash system that lengthens the time between cleaning the door, along with an advanced glass saver door screen.

MX Digital Control Board

The board provides three operational modes: manual, hi-low and auto. A wall thermostat is available. The stove contains an automatic push button start-up system with an automatic safety shutoff when the stove runs out of wood pellets. A diagnostic light module allows for monitoring the system.

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