Peninsular Base Burner Antique Stove
The wide and ever growing reputation of Peninsular Base Burners for durability and great fuel economy is based entirely upon their high quality, only the highest grade of materials being used in their manufacture.
Skilled mechanics mount and fit all Peninsular goods. All joints and doors fit absolutely tight and fire is at all times under the perfect control of the damper system.
Every Peninsular Base Burner has special features for fuel economv and conveniences to be had in no other line. A careful study of these features will help you increase your trade and enable you to prove to your customers that Peninsulars will give the greatest satisfaction and last the longest.
In spite of their many exclusive advantages, Peninsulars are not high priced, but cost less than many so-called cheaper lines.
The Regal and Monarch Peninsulars are the newest and most artistically designed as well as the finest finished Base Burners on the market today. No matter what price you may pay, you cannot buy any Base Burner that will compare with the Regal and Monarch in beauty of design, size, weight-the qualities that sell a stove, or in practical points for fuel economy, heat-giving qualities and durability-qualities that keep it sold. The Regal and Monarch Peninsulars are constructed on an entirely new plan which gives them over 1,300 square inches of extra heating surface over any other Base Burner made.
EVERY INCH WORKS. The Regal and Monarch are the Base Burners which radiate heat from every square inch of surface.
Everyone knows that the hottest part of a range or a cook stove is the oven bottom, and the same is true with the ash pit bottom of a Base Burner.
In the Regal and Monarch this heat is utilized by the Triple Flue. By this new system the air is taken from the floor underneath the Heater and passed up between the upper Flue Bottom and Ash Pit Bottom into this Triple Flue, where it is heated to a very high degree, and is discharged through openings on the ash pot holes underneath the foot rails. By the use of the Triple Flue, over 660 square inches of extra radiating surface is put to work and will give off enough heat to warm a medium sized room.
No other Base Burner utilizes this space, although it measures one-half of the total radiating surface below the mica doors. Nor is the ash pan made smaller or crowded by the using of this visible space.
WHY, MR. DEALER? If you are going to sell Base Burners that are base heaters at all, why not sell one that makes use of all this additional space below the doors? Why stop with two flues, with less than 300 square inches on the sides, when the walls of the Peninsular Triple Flue will radiate heat into the room from 800 inches of extra surface? This Triple Flue will give enough additional heat to keep an extra room comfortable day and night without any additional fuel.
ALL THE FUEL UTILIZED. The Peninsular Patent Removable Hot Blast Fire Pot, which is embodied in the New Regal and Monarch is another great improvement in Base Burner construction. a well-known fact that the accumulation of ashes around the outside edges of the fire pot is a great check to the heat which should be radiated into the room.
By shaking this Lower Hot Blast Fire Pot the ashes are all cut away from the edges of the upper and lower Fire Pot, giving a clean, snappy fire which sends the heat into the room in place of up the chimneys.
With this patent pot you not only get draft to your fire at the bottom, but at the center as well, giving absolutely complete combustion.
FIRE POTS can be removed through upper mica door without unloosening a single plate or bolt and can be revolved to insure against any possibility of their warping in the back next to the flues.
Grate complete comes out through ash pit door, without removing a single plate or bolt. The most improved style of a Duplex Grate with Annular Shaking Ring is used. By shaking the Angular Ring all the unburnable particles are forced into the basket formed by the Duplex Grate. A few turns to the right and left of the Duplex drops all the refuse into the ash pan.
WITH OTHER FLUE SYSTEMS the course followed by the heat is radically different. heat travels from both sides of the fire pot through a central flue into the back of the stove, a very ineffective plan when compared with the Peninsular way, because of the small flues necessitated, which results in coming in contact with less exposed radiating surfaces.
No FLUE STRIPS are used and instead of the heat being forced around any sharp turns, it asses easily and freely in an undivided sheet in one direction only, around the concave bottom, thus having a greater draft and better circulation.
THE ASH POT DOOR and register are machine ground, absolutely tight, so that fire can be controlled to a degree.
THE MAGAZINE is extra large and gas tight. Chestnut or stove coal can be burned.
ASH POT SECTION is extra large with plenty of air circulation to insure the lasting qualities of the grates.
SWING COVER and magazine cover fit perfectly tight, no possibility of leakage at that point.
MICA DOORS and joints are fitted with the greatest care because tight joints are necessary to insure perfect results and to minimize the, consumption of fuel.
SILVERYWHITE NICKEL placed on the stove adds not only to its appearance, but also to the radiation. It is well ventilated and will last indefinitely. Handsome ornamental urn.