I dont have an ignitor and never will as I see them going out on a lot of stoves. I simply put a small cup of pellets in pot and use a propane torch...
Your corn also looks dirty. I clean all my corn before mixing with pellets
Hey Dex, Do you need any Somersets? I found some at TSC for $204.50 a ton.
I have a AES Winchester DC which is a step bigger than the baby. As stated above it takes some tinkering with the air flow but after that its a nice...
Yes it is. I also bend a lot of cp ti (grade 2) and C276 Hastalloy. We also do alot of stuff for the military. Fun stuff. Love my job though.
Machinist of Titanium and nickel alloys. 8 years
Wood pellet or corn fire to boil water, to steam to run car or truck. I will work on this.
You must be getting around 30 mpg. Must not be a truck.
I light mine with propane torch all the time and very little smoke at start up.
How about using your hands.
If you burn pellets or corn to heat your house..... you might be a redneck.
As Bill Envall would say, You going to burn all those pellets? Nope, going to load them in my BB gun one by one and shot birds with them, Here's you...
Ah yes the Mac (Mohican Area Conference) now OCC (Ohio Cardinal Conference) I live really close to West Holmes High School.
Around Millersburg Oh, Holmes County. Am buying these at hardware store in Loudonville Oh. These are the only pellet they will carry.
Bought the last ton of Somerset pellets from my supplier today for $209 a ton. Same as I paid last September. He said he would not be getting any...
dexter, I live near Millersburg but work in Wooster. This year I bought Somersets in Loudonville. First 3 years bought Ligs in Wooster, Like...
Tony K, we make some titaniun parts for Electric Boat in Wooster Oh.
Just switched to Somerset from lignetics after 3 years. More heat from Somerset pellets.
Machinist in titanium and nickel alloy shop for last 8 years.
Hope you have the right vent pipe for corn. Corn is a lot more corrosive than pellets.
New to the forum, first post. Used Ligs first 3 years and just started using Somerset couple days ago and what a difference. Much more heat out of...
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