When Should I Replace My Catalytic Combustor?
Not all stoves have combustors. However, those that do can operate with the same combustor for 10,000-12,000 hours. Once it becomes contaminated with smoke, gases, and foreign materials from the burn process, the combustor should be replaced as soon as possible.
We offer round and rectangluar catalytic combustors for all types of wood burning fireplaces, heating stoves, and fireplace inserts. We even carry interam gasket wrap for our uncanned combustors. Click on any of the links below to browse our EPA approved collections! Not sure which type of combustor you need? Search by your stove or fireplace brand HERE!
- Round Catalytic Combustors: high quality ceramic honeycomb combustors in canned or uncanned varieties, designed to withstand thermal shock and extreme heat
- Rectangle Catatlytic Combustors: for use with catalytic heat sources to reduce emissions, available in canned or uncanned versions to reduce emissions
- Interam Combustor Gasket Wrap: required for uncanned catalytic combustors to help prevent your wood burning application from overheating