On this page you can find information and prices for spare and replacement parts for your Chilli Penguin Stove.
Please contact your local stockist or us directly if you wish to order.
If you cannot find the part you are looking for please try the Stove Accessories page first, after that if you are still unable to locate what you need please contact us.
If you are replacing a vermiculite fire brick there is a small video clip available to view to help you with removing the grate. Don’t know when to replace your firebricks? Find out on the Vermiculite Fire Bricks page.
On our rope seal page we have provided a step-by-step guide on how to replace your rope seals.
We have included a Part Guide at the bottom of this page to help you idenify the part you may need, with costing
and product codes further down the page.
This is a replacement piece of glass which can be used if your current stove glass is broken or cracked. Available for all stoves and stove ovens.
Rope Seal Kit
Our rope seal kit can be used to replace old worn out rope seals. If the seal becomes frayed or damaged, it will need replacing as the rope seal stops fumes entering the room.
To test your seal, place a piece of paper in between the stove body and door, and shut the stove door. If you are able to pull the piece of paper out without resistance, the seal has weakened and needs replacing. We carry stock for all stove doors and oven doors.
Vermiculite Fire Bricks
These vermiculite fire bricks line the firebox and protect the stove body from the heat of the fire. They are a service item and will need to be replaced over time. For more information, click here.
You can prolong the life of your vermiculite fire bricks by not using oversized logs, only burning seasoned wood and by placing the logs in the firebox by placing rather than throwing or dropping
Throat Plate (also known as a Baffle Plate)
Forms the roof of the fire chamber. The throat plate is the metal part only and a vermiculite brick should sit inside the runners. The fire brick should face down into the fire chamber. The throat plate will need to be dropped down every so often to remove and soot and debris that has fallen down the chimney.