I found the same problem. I did a lot of digging on the Morso, the only addition to that stove is a lower air port AND some plates to allow the coal to be directed at the shaker grate. Otherwise it's the same stove. The problem is that it's a REALLY small stove. If you compare a Jotul 602, a Vermont castings Aspen and the Morso, the Jotul and VC will both take a 16" log, but the Morso will only take 12. On the other hand, it will also burn coal. Kind of nice. If I were looking to heat a smaller room, or cabin, That would have beem my choice of stoves. (I may still buy one to put in my basement!!
Guest wrote:Is anyone aware of a EPA certified woodburing stove that can also burn coal? I know in europe there are "multifuel stoves", but I have found nothing here in the states, including stoves that are labled multi fuel in europe.
An Example. The Morso 1410 is multi-fuel (wood AND coal) in Europe, but here there is a coal version and a wood version.