Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Johnpolk, Jan 13, 2013.
Yep i have found that out also.
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I agree with you guys, I should have worded that differently. The reason I ask is because I'm really only getting 4-5 hours of useable heat out of my resolute before it stops heating the house. If I have a deep enough coal bed I too have gone 24 hours and stoked up some hot coals underneath. Just asking the question bc I am really interested in this stove and partially bc I would like longer burn times? It is probably a little oversized for my needs but that it what I want. I want something I can burn slow and long to really get some good burns out of and still be able to crank it up when I want to. So to edit my last post... What kind of usable, say above 300*, burn times do you guys get from your IR?
Will pay closer attention to it and get back to you
Ok thanks! I look forward to hearing back from you
If you are looking for a slow burner, the Isle Royale ain't on that list. It belches heat and loves to run 550+ (easily).
I don't mind the heat, I will need it with the heat losses I have. Just need to know what kind of useable burn times I would expect?
I know you won't get 20 hours like Qaudrafire lists, but can I expect 10-12 hrs of good heat? 8-10? I've seen some manufacturers list this as heat time. Burn time might be 20 hours and still have hot coals but what would be expected heat times for the IR?
At 500F+ I can get 8hrs on a stove load. Then it will start to decline.
I don't get that long, but I don't fully load my stove. Eight hours at 500 degrees plus would overheat my home. More typical for me is
3-4 hours above 550 and then 3-4 hours drifting to 300, and then 3-4 hours of easy to reload coals. In fact, that's the load I'm
running right now. I loaded at 6:30 a.m. and won't reload again until 7 p.m. when I return from a Wisconsin Friday Night Fish Fry.
It's going to be 41 degrees today but will be below zero again by Monday.
You also have to remember that Jags and I have very good seasoned hardwood. I don't burn anything less than three years split hardwood
I stuff mine full with anything below 30F (or heavy winds). I simply need the heat.
Walleye or cod?
Thanks guys! Sounds like it is exactly why I am looking for
Please don't underestimate this quote.
Cod. We had a place close-by with really good lake perch, but it closed last month. Still looking for a good replacement. So many
fish fries to try, but someone has to do it.
I understand. I have 4 cords C/C/S for next year already with 4 more cords to process for stacking. I hope to be 2 years ahead by this summer so I should be ok.
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