Brought home the twins tonite

Shaw520 Posted By Shaw520, Dec 8, 2012 at 11:32 PM

  1. Shaw520

    Shaw520
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    I found these at a local lumber yard, 'Powerhouse' coming out of PA. Ive heard good things,.. I can get them for 239 ton.... cleaning the stove now before filling hopper,...I shall let you know...
     

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  2. smoke show

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    not the twins I was hoping for...

    anywho have fun with em.
     
  3. Shaw520

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    ..wrong site. ;)
     
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  4. tsmith

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    good pellet, but a little ashy. I have 2 ton got them for $189 per ton last April.
     
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  6. coolnuke

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    twins are nice!!
     
  7. Eatonpcat

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    Anyone that has ever had twins doesn't own a pellet stove!
     
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  8. jtakeman

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    Well, I know this fella that has 2 of the exact same stove. He calls them his twins.
     
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  9. eboucher

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    Dude, I had no idea that Chivers were pellet heads too!
     
  10. Shaw520

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    OK,.. here's been my results with the twins so far ,... although I only did the one twin,.. the other is still 'untouched' :eek:
    Power house are large pellets,. which always seems to mess with my feed rate,.. especially when the stove is set to burn small pellets, ie GS. So once I bumped her' up to 4-4,.. I could keep a decent flame going without it nearly going out due to low fuel. Bigger pellets definitely feed at a slower rate in my stove.!!? (is that true with all augers?) The heat from these pellets is decent,.. but surprisingly a lot of ash considering it seems to be a hot burner...but although the ash was bulky,.. there were no clinkers. I would by these by the ton,....only if I couldnt get Sets for the same or less $$$.

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  11. smoke show

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    listen to OMV he knows a small pellet when he sees it....
     

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