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guy01 Posted By guy01, Feb 2, 2008 at 9:27 PM

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  1. guy01

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    I was talking to a friend and former coworker who was lamenting the amount of sawdust, wood chips' and small wood pieces he throws away. So one of you guy's must know of a boiler/or stove he can use to heat his house. I'm thinking the corn type biomas boiler would be good but I'm still learning. Thanks for the help in advance
     
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    would he make his own pellets.

    There are tons of machines out there.
     
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    A gasification boiler will burn that kind of stuff, as long as it's not too dry.
     
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    wouldn't sawdust come from kiln dried wood?
     
  5. guy01

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    Ya I believe he said his stuff was 17 % moisture, but it kills me to see him use it for compost when he gets his web site up I'll post the link if I can figure out where to post ,it's georgous stuff he offered it to me for kindiling stuff but i don't need it
     
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    it would be more dust and chips and not alot of ends he is efficient
     
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    abgwd4u Do you have links he and I goofed around using our equipment at work and came close to making burnable pellets,but I haven't seen any retail machines
    Guy
     
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    http://www.pelletpros.com

    I know people who have used the big'uns on this and were happy with the dyes, service and support.

    I don't know what kind of operation your friend is starting, but he may use something smaller.

    Also notice they pedal baggers
     
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