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I have burned over 80 tons of them with no issues.
I'm using 3" PVC pipe to connect to my fill pipe. You don't want to go larger than that otherwise the pellets won't move as fast or far. I...
4" aluminum pipe.
1 ground point going to my electrical panel.
All you need is gravity. The extension on top of my system is just to increase the storage capacity. My first system was just a 5 gallon bucket...
I'm blowing pellets well over 50' with no issues.
I put it in the back of my trailer and move it with my garden tractor. I'm assuming you're going to use a vehicle of some sort to move the unit.
Here's the two systems I designed and used.
I am using oil and propane at my house and apartment this year. I'll end up paying about $40 more using fossil fuels than burning pellets. I'll...
Light weight I'm on ton number 18!
I'm cleaning once a week which is about 120 hours on average. I could easily go two weeks but it only takes about 10 minutes to do the cleaning.
I checked in with VRF and it would be $313 per ton. That's $3 per ton higher than the local bulk delivery company, but it's 100% softwood from...
The feed pipe is aluminum and grounded to my electrical panel.
It will empty the bin in about 10 to 15 minutes depending on how full the bag bin is. The more pellets in the bag bin the slower the transfer....
I suspect my price will be higher. It looks like you're about 24 miles from them and my apartment is 150 miles.
I used them two years ago and my issues using them were twofold. First they had a two ton minimum and they were only in my area about every 4 to...
Around here bulk delivery is $30 per ton more expensive than buying by the bag. Also, I haven't found a bulk dealer that does 100% softwood yet....
I have a 5 ton bag bin in the basement. The bin acts as a filter and traps the dust inside the bag and eliminates the need for a return tube to...
No, the total height is about 4 and 1/2 feet so I just stand on the ground and put the bags into it. I'm ordering about 30' of 3" flexible hose...
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Yes, that's the only pellet they have and delivery depends on how much you order and how far away you live. Because I order so much and have it...
This year I ordered 19 tons in July and had them delivered in September.
This year it was $283 a ton.
I get all my pellets from Country Home Center. I've ordered over 70 tons of them over the past 5 years and never had a problem or clinker.
Pellergy PB1525 connected to a Buderus Logano 215 4 section boiler with 500 gallons of storage. I'm heating a 2200 sq. ft. colonial, with...
Country Home Center in Morrisville. Aubuchon's and Tractor Supply also have pellets in Morrisville.
My first set up would hold 20 pounds of pellets.
The second 120 pounds.
The newest one, 920 pounds.
I only use one brand. So, yes.
I burn 1.9 pounds per degree day. Does that satisfy you?