PJT wrote:venturi effect???? you would think it hardly necessary...
what model stove is that Nortcan? absolutely beautiful!!!! looks brand new! is it entirely cast iron or is there sheet metal in there somewhere?
Yes maybe a sort of venturi effect
. That can make sense. It seems to be to ""compress"" the gases before releasing them just like aventuri does.
These stoves are called Baltimore Heater. They were developped in Baltimore and it's one reason why they are reffered to that place.
Most of the stove is cast iron excepted the 2 base burner mode pipes and the rear shields. The stove should be around 425 pounds cause about the same as the Vig ll.
Yes almost new from 1874