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Where can you purchase coal-burning stoves?

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The Reading Stove Company and Hitzer, Inc. sell coal-burning stoves through authorized dealerships. NorthlineExpress.com sells wood- and coal-burning stoves and coal burning circulators online, and offers free shipping as of 2015. Depending on the model, the heat circulators are designed to heat areas between 1,000 and 2,000 square feet.

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To find a list of dealer locations for the Reading Stove Company in Pennsylvania, click on the Dealer Locator heading on the home page of the company website. The company has dealers in several Northeastern and Midwestern states. To locate a Hitzer stove dealer, enter a ZIP code into the search box under the Dealer Locator heading at the bottom of the page.

The Reading Stove Company sells four different stoves that use anthracite coal. The Pine and Allegheny models feature viewing windows, and the Juniata and Susquehanna models have solid door panels. The Allegheny, Juniata and Susquehanna models feature fully automatic thermostats and a patented Tri-Burner stoker system, which allows two to three days of burning in between stoking. All three models use anthracite rice or buck coal for fuels. The Pine uses pea, nut or anthracite coal, and it burns for 12 hours.

Hitzer manufactures a wide variety of freestanding wood- and coal-burning stoves and furnaces. The company's self-feeding stoves have no moving parts, and they do not require electricity for operation. Customers can install the Model 710 Energy Master II stoker furnace where no chimney is available, because it features the ability to use either a power vent or a chimney. Hitzer uses Amish craftsmanship for all of its manufacturing.

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