back again with the sawdust bricks

Doug MacIVER Posted By Doug MacIVER, Dec 23, 2012 at 11:43 PM

  1. Doug MacIVER

    Doug MacIVER
    Minister of Fire

    Nov 21, 2012
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    12pm fill 5 bricks 1 split 2 pcs pallet main house temp 68, great day away with family home 8pm house 65,six splits house 67, 10:30 pm six brick 2 pcs pallet house 68, now house 69,outside 32, stove 500 all from jotul f100. love these things for overnite comfort. by the way bedrooms down a hall 62
     
  2. blades

    blades
    Minister of Fire

    Nov 23, 2008
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    10:30pm 2- 5"splits rock maple,1 silver maple 1 piss elm , 2.30am 73deg in side mid teen out , open air up, 4.30am 74 deg inside on coals only , 2000sq ft ranch still mid teens out, ain't cold out yet.
     
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  3. Doug MacIVER

    Doug MacIVER
    Minister of Fire

    Nov 21, 2012
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    that is outstanding heat,has got to be one great stove. my point for my situation is these bricks have made our life a little simpler and more comfortable with alot more heat from a small stove for a small cost as we've always had to buy some wood anyway, MERRY CHRISTMAS. oh stove still @225 and main house 65 with a not so cold 24 outside
     
  4. blades

    blades
    Minister of Fire

    Nov 23, 2008
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    Stove is a Englander NC30 - key is wood is is down to 15% or less, Nothing wrong with the compressed blocks, lots of advantages, no bugs, easy to store, Very little mess to incur the wrath of the significant other., mostly decent heat output/time. Dis-advantages- got to buy them- then I would need a home exercise set up, yada yada. Have a great Christmas and New Year, Chris
     

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