Burn pot for MCZ pellet stoves
| The wood cup is an important part of your MCZ pellet stove and should be inspected at regular intervals. It must be 100% close to the cup holder.
There must be no cracks or burnt holes that are not there from the beginning. We have some cups in cast iron and others in stainless steel. By default, all models shown are in stock.
If you are in doubt about which one to order, take any. a picture of your cup and send it by e-mail along with some measurements, and we will make sure that you get the right wood cup so that your MCZ pellet stove can quickly give you heat again.***
The burnpot in an MCZ pellet stove is the component that holds and burns the pellets. It is a small metal container that is located in the combustion chamber of the stove. The burnpot is designed to allow air to flow through it and into the combustion chamber to ensure complete combustion of the pellets.
The burnpot is a critical component of a pellet stove and should be regularly cleaned to maintain its optimal performance. Over time, ash and debris can accumulate in the burnpot, which can restrict airflow and cause the stove to operate less efficiently.
Pellet stove burnpot cleaning
To clean the burnpot in an MCZ pellet stove, you should first turn off the stove and allow it to cool down. Once the stove is cool, remove the burnpot from the stove and empty out any ash or debris that has accumulated. You can then use a soft brush or vacuum to remove any remaining ash or debris.
It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning and maintenance to ensure the safe and efficient operation of your MCZ pellet stove. If you are unsure about how to clean the burnpot or any other component of your pellet stove, it is recommended to consult with a professional technician.