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Federal Airtight Wood Stove

Federal Airtight was another company that cranked out stoves in the 70s and 80s. The quality on these were a little suspect from what I've gathered. But you may find them in decent condition in old homes and cottages. Your stove may labeled Dutch West India as well. From 1984 to 1997 these stoves were manufactured by Dutchwest.

Here a link to a diagram of thoses stove: Dutchwest Federal Airtight Stoves Diagram

Here's a link to a PDF of some of the Federal Airtight models, made under Dutchwest: Dutchwest Federal Airtight Manual

Many of these units prior to 1984 were made in other countries, and so U.S. support isn't really available. The line came under control of Majestic Fireplace but not until the 1980s. Stoves made before 1983 or so were under the under manufacturer, which has since gone bankrupt.

Other parts stores may have some pieces for it, but most stoves that old are usually better off being replaced due to age and efficiency.

One interesting tidbit with these units is that many of them could be used for coal or wood, aka dual-fuel. The FA288CCL was a model that could handle this, so it can give you some flexibility with fuel options. Another model with decent specs was the FA264CCL. It could heat areas from 9,000 to 13,000 cu. feet and was rated to heat up to 11 hours at 67000 BTUs.

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