Mica is suitably used as windows in Kerosene stove, Wood stoves, Furnace peep-holes, microwave ovens and other fuel burning stoves
Transparent Clear Stove Mica also called as Isinglass or Mica Window used in woodstove windows since the 1700's!
Made by peeling thin layers away from a stone related to quartz, it looks like clear plastic. It is easily split with your fingernail and separated to your desired thickness. Mica can be cut to any size easily with ordinary scissors.
|Mica Stove Panels|
|Mica is a natural mineral product.|
|There may be some imperfections in transparency.|
|Standard thickness .003 - .006 inches (3 - 6 mils)|
STOVE MICA / MICA WINDOW / ISINGLASS
Antique Stoves offers Mica in 2 Qualities
|Clear Mica (Minor Inclusions)|
|Slightly Dotted Mica|
supply mica sheets or isinglass panels for:
Wood Burning coal Burning and kerosene stoves: Base Burners, Cylinder Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Column Stoves, Pot Belly Stoves, Box Stoves, Cook Stoves and Kitchen Ranges.
Some of the stoves or foundry names:
Round Oak, Art Andes coal burning stove, Fair Ringgold Base Burner Stove, Favorite Base Burner Stove, Rossmore Jr, Gold Coin, Art Garland,
Thorne Windsor by Lakeside Foundry, Thomas White Stove Company' Grand Leader, Peninsular Base Burner Stove, New Superb,
Invader Made by Union Stove Works, New York, Fifth Avenue by Fuller in Troy, NY, Grove Andes Geneva, NY, Radiant Acorn, Florence,
Laurel cylinder by the Art Stove Company Detroit Michigan, Superior Air Tight Hicks & Wolfe, Troy NY, W H Landers,
Wehrle Base Burner Stove, Licking Stove Works, Priscilla Eclipse, W.W. New Jersey, Champion built in New Hampshire, Ideal Clarion,
Newport made in Albany New York, New Clarion made in Bangor Maine, Glenwood Oak cylinder stove manufactured Weir Stove Co.
Acme Ventiduct antique cylinder stove by Geneva Andes, Ideal Clarion, Sherman S. Jewett, Buffalo, NY, Hub Heater, Boston,
Fuller & Warren manufactured in Troy / Albany NY, Home Welcome, built in Syracuse, New York, White Warner Stove Company Taunton, Mass,
Orient Parlor Stove By Ingram & Phillips, The Quad Special Parlor Stove, Barstow coal recirculator, The Oak Garland Parlor Stove or Todd Stove,
The Universal Parlor Stove, manufactured in Troy NY, T & P Albany, Laurel cylinder by the Art Stove Company Detroit Michigan, Oakwood, Noyes & Nutter.
Esse, Dragon Mk.I and Mk.II
Smith and Wellstood 'The Columbian Stove Works'
Hunter Poppy based in mid Devon, U.K.
Rayburn No.1 and Panda
Godin, Petit Godin, Delta, Deville, Chappee, Coste Cau Martin, Arthur Martin, Sphinx, Montherme, Deville Monopole, Millefeux and Oasis, Samary,
E Chaboche of Paris, Nanquette Art Moderne, De Dietrich, Audemar Guyon, Faure Finland, Mirus, Sougland, Coste, Briffault, Rosieres Comita,
Caloria Empire State, Faure, SDF, Pied Selle, St Nicolas, F&A Rhone, Briffault Modia, Ciney, Le Caloric, Sougland, LFB, Famse, Ceve, Surdiac.
Rasmussen Foundry based in Odense, Godthaab Foundry of Copenhagen, Capricorn Denmark
The main source of heating In Japan is the kerosene stove, lots of the old kerosene heaters are still produced under license and they also produce new modern kerosene stoves that still use mica for the viewing window.
Kero-Sun Omni 105 (O-105), Envirotemp, Toyoset, Toyostove, Kero-World, Corona, DuraHeat, Dyna-Glo, Envirotemp, Aladdin Blue Flame.