Englander Stoves Combustor Guide

Prior to ordering a new combustor for your Englander 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.




Englander Stoves — 22 PIC 89+, 24 FC 89+, 24 IC, 28 CC 89+, 28 IC 89+, 28 JC 89+

Englander stoves manufactured after 1989, require the CC-001 combustor. 6 in (15.24 cm) by 2 in (5.08 cm) wrapped in a stainless steel can and extra CatGard gasketing.

Item # CC-001 (ceramic): $129.00 Item # CS-001 (SteelCat upgrade): $176.00
Measures 6 in (15.24 cm) in diameter by 2 in (5.08 cm) thick, wrapped in a stainless steel can with flange. Measures 6 in (15.24 cm) in diameter by 2 in (5.08 cm) thick. Click here to learn about the advantages of steel.

Accessories:

Additional gasket is already included with your order of this combustor.




Englander Stoves Manufactured before 1989

All the pre 1989 models (except the 18PC model manufactured before 1989) require a combustor that is 5.7 in (14.478 cm) round by 2 in (5.08 cm) thick, with 25 cells per square inch, wrapped with CatGard Gasket, uncanned (no stainless steel wrapping).


Item # CC-002 (ceramic): $118.00

 

SteelCat option not available

Accessories:

All these stoves use "canned" combustors that are banded first in CatGard gasket and then in stainless steel. These generally do not need additional gasket, but if you do, you can order additional gasket here:
CatGard Gasket 2 x 17.75 x 1/6 (5.08 cm x 45.085 x 0.4233): $2.25

 




Englander Stove Model 18 PC

The 18PC pre 89 model use the CC-005 combustor. 6 in (15.24 cm) by 3 in (7.62 cm) with 25 cells per square inch, wrapped with a stainless steel can.


Item # CC-005 (ceramic): $140.00

 

SteelCat option not available

Accessories:

All these stoves use "canned" combustors that are banded first in CatGard gasket and then in stainless steel. These generally do not need additional gasket, but if you do, you can order additional gasket here:
CatGard 3.0" x 31.0" x 1/16" (7.62 cm x 78.74 cm x 0.15875): $4.45

 

Condar strongly recommends that you use a catalytic thermometer along with your woodstove. A thermometer ensures that you're burning safely and efficiently, while protecting your stove.
Catalytic Probe Thermometer: $25.00

 




Englander Stoves — 24 ACD/FC, 24 ICD, 24 JC, 50 SHW20, 50 SHW24/16, 50 SHW25, TRW 20, 50 TRW 24/16, 50 TRW 25

These stoves require a combustor that is 6 in (15.24 cm) round by 3 in (7.62 cm) thick, with 25 cells per square inch wrapped with CatGard Gasket, uncanned (no stainless steel wrapping).


Item # CC-006 (ceramic): $135.00

 

SteelCat option not available

Accessories:

All these stoves use "canned" combustors that are banded first in CatGard gasket and then in stainless steel. These generally do not need additional gasket, but if you do, you can order additional gasket here:
CatGard 3.0" x 31.0" x 1/16" (7.62 cm x 78.74 cm x 0.15875): $4.45

 




What Our Customers Are Saying:

"After years of poor performance from my Englander stove, I installed a Condar combustor. Now my stove is putting out a lot more heat and working better than ever. I'm completely satisfied and appreciate the fast delivery!" -Randall Goss; Vinita, Oklahoma



Notes

It is best to check your owner's manual or remove your old combustor to insure you are ordering the correct size. The Earth Stove product line was purchased by Lennox Company. They no longer produce catalytic woodstoves. We market replacement catalytic combustors and CatGard gasket, but do not offer other replacement parts for Earth Stoves.

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.

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