hot air to duct

hot air to duct

PostBy: scotty On: Sun Aug 10, 2008 8:39 am

could someone please explain to me what would work best for me , I bought a pocono stove which is going to be located almost directly under my duct work,(I have oil hot air) I see on L.L. web site the hot air jacket , but no info on what the 12'' duct top is?? I would like to duct my pocono stove directly into my duct work.Which would be best??? I would also like to ad the hotwater coil, can you use these with the water coil?? I realize it's tough without looking at it,but just looking for sugestions thanks
Scotty
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Stove/Furnace Make: L.L.
Stove/Furnace Model: POCONO

Re: hot air to duct

PostBy: Jerry & Karen On: Sun Aug 10, 2008 4:14 pm

Hi Scott,
The hot air duct top in not recommended for your hot air system. A hot air jacket will work much better. A duct top can be used to send hot air to a floor register, trapping about 50% of the heat. The hot air jacket will trap about 85% of the heat, but you will have less in your basement.
Go to the LLS products page, at the bottom, and pull up the manual on coils. That should help.
Jerry
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