Combustor Guide
Prior to ordering a new combustor for your DutchWest woodstove, remove the old combustor and verify the dimensions to ensure that you are ordering the correct size. Note: The dimensions of Condar combustors may differ slightly from the existing combustor in your stove. Keep in mind that unless these dimensions differ significantly, stove performance will not be impacted.

 

Adirondack, Federal/Airtight, Rocky Mountain, Seneca, Sequoia (post 1989), X-Large,
224 Small, 2460, 2461, 2462, 264 Large,
& 288 Extra Large

Item # CC-001 (ceramic)
Measures 6 inches in diameter by 2 inches thick, wrapped in a stainless steel can with flange.
Click here to buy now for $129.00

Item # CS-001 (SteelCat upgrade)
Measures 6 inches in diameter by 2 inches thick. Click here to learn about the advantages of steel Click here to buy now for $176.00

Catalytic probe thermometers allow you to monitor combustor performance, and maximize life-expectancy. To order your thermometer ($21.70) designed specially for Vermont Castings stove listed above, click here.

 


 

Model SEQUOIA
(pre 1990)

Item # CC-100 (ceramic)
Measures 7 inches diameter by 2 inches thick, wrapped in a stainless steel can.
Click here to buy now for $202.00

Item # CS-100 (SteelCat upgrade)
Measures 7 inches diameter by 2 inches thick. Click here to learn about the advantages of steel Click here to buy now for $219.00

Catalytic probe thermometers allow you to monitor combustor performance, and maximize life-expectancy. To order your thermometer ($19.00) designed specially for Vermont Castings stove listed above, click here.

 


 

Canned Combustors and Gasket

All these stoves use "canned" combustors, that is, they are banded first in expanding CatGard gasket and then in stainless steel. Canned combustors generally do not need additional gasket but our 6-inch round CC-001 comes wrappped with extra gasket outside the can at no extra charge. If your combustor needs extra gasket between the combustor and the stove, order gasket here (opens in a new window).

Notes

We market replacement catalytic combustors and CatGard gasket, but do not offer other replacement parts for Vermont Castings.

If an error is discovered in this information, or you have additional helpful information about the installation of replacement catalytic combustors in your woodstove, please feel free to contact Carolyn Greene, Plant Manager at Condar’s factory in North Carolina.

Prices and specifications subject to change.

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“I live in the mountains of Southwestern Montana in a house that's around 3000 square feet, mostly open design. With a new SteelCat combustor installed in my Blaze King KEJ-1102, I'm keeping the main living area of the house at 75 degrees with the stove at its lowest setting. And now I'm getting more than 24 hours of burn-time with a normal load of wood. This stove has NEVER worked so well! I showed my neighbor, who also owns a Blaze King, and he immediately ordered a SteelCat for his stove. The amount of wood and labor I'll save will pay for the new combustor very quickly. Thank you very much for the great product and service.”

Ron Rowe,
Whitehall, Montana


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“Got the new Blaze King combustor you sent and it fits perfectly. I just fired up the stove and wow what a difference! It's burning absolutely clean after just 15 minutes, and even set on the lowest air settings is burning hot. Your product is just absolutely awesome!”

Brian Dickey,
Hyde Park, Utah