This is the large ash pan which sits under the Grate frame and inner Grate to allow the ashes to drop down into and be safely removed. We should note that you should never try and remove the ash pan while the stove is being used. Opening the ash door during a burn will cause the Glenregan to over fire and will shorten the life span of a lot of the internal parts.
This is the cast iron baffle plate or throat plate that sits at the rear of the Hamco Glenregan Stove deflecting the heat and flue gases forward onto the upper middle section of the boiler. This part plays a very important role in the efficiency of the stove and this baffle or throat plate should be replaced if it has been burned through or is warping badly.
Please note that this is the baffle can be used on the Boiler and Non Boiler Version of the Glenregan Stove
The Front Bricks sit below and support the cast iron fire fence or log retaining bar at the very front of the Hamco Glenregan firebox. This part plays a very important role of keeping fuel from falling out of the firebox when you are refueling the stove. Over time, as with any consumable part on a stove, these bricks can start to disintegrate with being subjected to continuous heat and acid from the ashes especially on burning mineral fuel. When this happens they should be replaced immediately. This will help keep you safe in using and refueling the stove.