KOZI Model 100 Pellet Burner
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Designed to generate heat using waste wood by-product pellets, the KOZI Model 100 is a highly efficient, environmentally-friendly, economically priced unit. KOZI Pellet appliances are considered “clean burning” as they produce low environmental emissions and ash content.
As a primary or supplemental heat source, KOZI Pellet Burners produce a large amount of heat while requiring little maintenance. Our products have been designed to meet the most stringent and rigid safety specifications in order to last a lifetime.
Used to love it now can't find ANYONE to look at it..
I can’t find any one or anyplace that will clean or service my Kozi. I live 60 miles from Las Vegas but even a large city like Vegas there is no one. I am 80 years old and can’t do it myself.
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Fuckin junk, all pellet stoves are
Ours is 21 years old and I did some modifications on the burner pot and now is even better performance
We’ve had our pellet stove running flawless over 11 years now. I maintenance the stove beginning of each season. I’m sure it will last many more seasons with routine preventative maintenance. We have saved thousands of heating cost over the years. Our pellet stove paid for itself after two seasons.
my Kozi 100 series wont work on auto. what could have caused this? It was working fine now will only work on high/low
I have a Kozi MX2 wood pellet stove and have had problems with the pellets clumping up in the pot since day 1.I have called my dealer but he offered no explanation.I have adjusted the air flow to no avail.I burn Alleghany wood pellets which are premium grade. This is my primary heat source for a 1200 sqft home.I also clean my stove every 3 days and sometimes sooner. Ash pan also cleaned every 3 days. My stove is only 2 years old and I burn about 5 tons a year.Not very cost effective!
We purchased our Model 100 in the spring of 2009 after spending $400 on propane to heat a 1600sqft home just south of Reno, Nevada. The stove works great. We mostly burn Golden Fire pellets with great success. The stove is our primary heat source and has been since 2009. We have had some sub zero weeks (at night) and this stove keeps our home at a comfortable 75 degrees. I follow the maintenance schedule as outlined in the users manual. The ash drawer needs to be emptied about every two months. We typically burn 2.5 to 3 tons of pellets a year starting in late September going through April and sometimes into May. We have tried other brands of pellets (Blazer and other brands at Lowes or Home Depot) and found them to create more ash than the Golden Fire pellets. Very happy with this product. Great value for your dollar. Still going strong in October 2013.