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  1. junkers

    junkers New Member

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    greetings

    I have a question
    Last year I made a pellet burner which worked without any problems
    this year tried to burn the corn burner but not to act as he wanted
    Torch lights up but goes out for about 10 minutes due to, because of the accumulated blackened and half-burning grains

    the pellets works okay
    corn from the dryer is clean and has a 13% moisture

    Does anyone have any link to any plan for corn burner

    thanx

    Sorry for bad english

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  2. Bioburner

    Bioburner Minister of Fire

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    Corn has a higher ignition temp. That causes a issue with pot balance with air coming in and cooling the fire. Most more open pots have a stirrer to keep from building up a clinker. Very few successful pot designs without a lot of tending or stirring. Iburncorn.com may get you some better ideas.
  3. junkers

    junkers New Member

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    Thanks for the answer I was looking for the answer
    also in this forum but nothing concrete

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