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BioBrick loop

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by DonCT, Nov 3, 2006.

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  1. DonCT

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  2. Roospike

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    Good loop Don . How long did the 4 bricks last for an over all burn time ?
    What was the ton cost and how many units?
  3. DonCT

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    Dunno, they're still goin. It's been about 45 min. or so. Time to go check.
  4. Roospike

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    Now thats a fresh film loop i would say !
  5. DonCT

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    Hey, only the best for the Hearth.com crowd :)

    Still pretty much intact..... I'll try and snap some time lapses.
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    Cool ........
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    You could stack a whole winter's worth in the space of a sofa! I would buy these instead of coal for backup on those colder nights.
  8. webbie

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    Bio should GIVE you a ton for all that work and posting here!

    Even after 10 years I am continually amazed at what we can do next to communicate on the net!
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    Sometime next week, I should have my "flue cam" up and running, so I can check my flue temp while I'm at work. I've used the webcam to watch the cat, birds, and even the delinquents hanging outside my building before, so this is almost a natural extension of that. And if I see nothing but smoke or flames, I work at the right place to take care of that! ;)
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    Really nice loop, stove is looking real nice too.
    How many BTU's per brick?
    Hey Don can you add some mood music for us, so we chill out and watch your stove burn?
  11. elkimmeg

    elkimmeg Guest

    hot off the press as they say
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    elkimmeg Guest

    Unfortunately BeGreen is singing another tune with his recent stove he aint getting no satisfaction
    but he is tried and tried
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    Must have missed that post Elkie. BeGreen isn't getting hottie action you say? What is the boy burning ? GREENwood... or has that sad joke been said?
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