Deville DPF 600

Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Sunny Boy On: Mon Apr 10, 2017 1:40 pm

freetown fred wrote:Were they moved while still burning ? :o Come on Paul, he just said that!! You'd think he was speakin Greek!!!!!!!!! :roll: Sorry G, couldn't help myself. ;)


I had to ask, Fred.

Intending to wheel around a hot stove with exhaust spewing out doesn't seem like something that fits in with all the obvious thought and the tremendous amount of work it must have taken to design and build such a stove. :o

Paul
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:26 pm

These stoves had a rear pipe damper to block the exhaust when you was rolling it from one room to another.

The most common fuel in europe then was anthracite coal briquettes and belive me, it was by far better than broken anthracite coal.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:34 pm

Here is how the exhaust gases travel around the fire box before they reach the pipe.
A huge difference compared with the american base burners...

If you like more photos I will be happy to take some for you! :yes:
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: joeq On: Mon Apr 10, 2017 8:31 pm

With that rear facing exhaust outlet, the angled load door on the top, and the flat plate around the front of the stove, it looks more like a fireplace insert. A "beautiful" fire-place insert. But I'm not understanding the cut-away showing the exhaust gasses exiting, behind the built up coal bed. It appears there's some type of baffle containing the coal, that must be vented to allow the gasses to flow out. From your pictures of the inside, on page 1, it doesn't look like the same stove in the diagram.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: franco b On: Mon Apr 10, 2017 9:04 pm

I would think wheels were only a convenience to move the stove forward to clean the fireplace opening and chimney behind it.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Tue Apr 11, 2017 5:16 am

This is the hole the gases travel around the fire box
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Pauliewog On: Tue Apr 11, 2017 11:43 am

I saw a similar one listed on Long Island , NY Craigslist last year for over a month. (If I remember correct $150)


If I had any idea how well they were constructed, I would have definitely made the dreaded trip out there and grabbed it.

Guess I thought it was just a really fancy charcoal heater. Looking back I should have contacted the seller for some pictures of the inside.

Great find !

Paulie
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Wren On: Tue Apr 11, 2017 5:01 pm

Wah. Pretty and different. Love the style. And I love the tile behind it too. Perfect.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Tue Apr 11, 2017 7:27 pm

Wren wrote:Wah. Pretty and different. Love the style. And I love the tile behind it too. Perfect.


Thank you Wren!

The tiles is a collection from old byzantine houses.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Tue Apr 11, 2017 7:30 pm

Pauliewog wrote:I saw a similar one listed on Long Island , NY Craigslist last year for over a month. (If I remember correct $150)


If I had any idea how well they were constructed, I would have definitely made the dreaded trip out there and grabbed it.

Guess I thought it was just a really fancy charcoal heater. Looking back I should have contacted the seller for some pictures of the inside.

Great find !

Paulie



Extremely cheap I think...
Here, most of these stoves, in good shape with very good grates, cost more than 900 euro.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Tue Apr 11, 2017 7:33 pm

franco b wrote:I would think wheels were only a convenience to move the stove forward to clean the fireplace opening and chimney behind it.


Flue in every room or big space was very common in France years ago.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Tue Apr 11, 2017 7:58 pm

joeq wrote:With that rear facing exhaust outlet, the angled load door on the top, and the flat plate around the front of the stove, it looks more like a fireplace insert. A "beautiful" fire-place insert. But I'm not understanding the cut-away showing the exhaust gasses exiting, behind the built up coal bed. It appears there's some type of baffle containing the coal, that must be vented to allow the gasses to flow out. From your pictures of the inside, on page 1, it doesn't look like the same stove in the diagram.


My stove is slightly different from this in the diagram (different doors)
And yes, it is a fireplace insert "A FEU VISIBLE E CONTINU" with visible and continious fire.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Tue Apr 18, 2017 3:10 pm

Does anybody knows what type of refractory gasket is this?
It is soft like foam.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: joeq On: Tue Apr 18, 2017 4:14 pm

Looks like Asbestos from here.
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Re: Deville DPF 600

PostBy: Georgelap On: Tue Apr 18, 2017 5:18 pm

Thank you Joey but I just find out that is ceramic paper tape. :yes:
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