They don't bother me as I LOVE to argue and will never be worn-out by naysayers.
If I think you proved me wrong, I will admit it. But I don't care if...
Furthermore, I just measured the amount of water that comes out. It barely
cover the bottom of a shot glass. Do the math on that. ;-p
Sorry to disappoint, but I'm as real as the sky is blue and I have not burned my house
down yet. Also, I learned about using atomized water from...
Ok, wtf is the deal with the personal attacks? Sorry if I don't know
everything already. That is why we have forums. And it's a holiday
to top it...
I suppose you could say that it's priceyer than wood. But at least they are more consistant.
Even wood can vary and cause an overfire.
LOL, don't get what exactly?
Oh, and I use a mister to control temps along with air control. Trust me, air control is not
enough in certain situations. Corn burns hot! But that...
I thought I did post in hearth, but a mod moved it.
This is not a "pellet" stove. I was merely using pellets and corn as fuel. It is openbox
I've been using my corn rated multi-fuel stove for over two years now and always assumed
that when I was in a borderline overfire situation, that...
Interesting twist on dissipating the charge to prevent the strike...
I used to fix alarm equipment and the grounded panels were much more likely to fry.
I think the best thing to do might be an air-gap ground i.e. it...
What's the story on aging wood in your basement versus outdoors?
Does it need the dry air to age properly? My basement has had flooding
I have tried the propane torch and it works, but it takes a lot longer than 30 seconds.
What I have found is the best so far is torch fuel! It does...
Yes, I actually knew about that, and forgot, but thanks for proving my point.
We never would have reached the moon with an attitude of things being...
I work in engineering among many other things, and yes it's true that they milk the max ratings, but the true continuous ratings are often only 50...
The screw-eye is for the end of the poker to tilt it open
and throw in more pellets. The tubes underneath are
the heat exchanger pipes built into the...
Um... yes... click the picture in post number #3.
600 F right on the tube.
I ordered a piece of "NeoCeram" from onedayglass.com
(there may be better prices around) to replace my filler
plate on my multi-fuel stove. It has a...
Yeah, I'm not big on red silicone on black pipe. Isn't there
a high temp engine RTV that may work or is that only good
for 400 degrees?
Has anyone else had issues with Rutland black
cement cracking and breaking off of black
stovepipe? Do you think I need to rough up
This thread is a keeper, especially with the real life advice
from the firefighter. Thanks!
I wanted to mention for the other newbies like me that the hole must
be elliptical i.e. oval! Luckily, I thought of this the day before. Because
There's no vertical section outside?
Is there a roof overhang?
How about vinyl siding?
At the minimum, it will soot up the
outside of the house.
Uh... I disagree. You STILL must go just as high as if you went
straight up (legally) AND you need more pipe and elbows etc.
You lose draft. You get...
It's a multi-fuel stove if it makes everyone feel better,
and I would never burn straight corn.
Anyways, one answer to my question is to use
Wood WILL dry out and burn at a lower temp over the years.
My company used a wood box for a 400 degree oven and it
lasted decades but suddenly...
Actually, it's a corn stove technically. I'm only
using singlewall till it hits the ceiling.
A tape that can only take 200 degrees is probably
I'm using the standard single wall 24GA
pipe in the room with the stove and I
noticed that the pipe tends to have gaps
from the joint side of the...
Do you think most places would allow painting the
outside of my stainless chimney pipe with high temp
spray paint like Thurmalox? (To make it match...
It sounds like we really think alike because I use drywall screws for everything!
Did you notice that if you put the clamp on the DSP adaptor then...
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