Instead of drilling through the stove I was wondering how well a water to air, or in this case air to water heat exchanger would work for a Pioneer LE top vent stove? Placed on top of the stove in a home made ducting system that is pulling air into other rooms through out the house while heating the fins/water as the air passes through it? http://ctwoodfurnace.com/parts_water_to_air.htm
Anyone have any idea what the temperature is going to be from the air coming out of the top vent holes and any idea how hot the water would get coming from the heat exchanger? These seem to be rated by gpm at x amount of water temperature, how does one figure out gpm based on PSI or can they not?
This link is broken, either the page no longer exists or there is some other issue like a typo.
Would the heat temperature coming off the stove be able to use the same ratings but in a reverse fashion or at least with in the same ball park?