Just ordered an Effecta, boy the wife is gonna be mad

rpmm70 Posted By rpmm70, Sep 29, 2011 at 8:46 PM

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  1. Willman

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    If thats the case it would be a great backup if one runs outa wood or wants to go away. It must be auger fed.
    Or in my case it would make for a great "aging in place" system. When I can't do cord wood any longer I would just switch over to pellets.
     
  2. DaveBP

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    Great way to put it.
     
  3. NP ALASKA

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    absolutley!!
    After feeding this OWB for the past 6-7 years, I look forward to the break.
     
  4. huffdawg

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    Yup keep the install pics. coming regularly. Keeps things exciting on here to see all the new systems getting lit up. Glad to see that your not trying to heat 11000 ² ft with that boiler . I think in the coldest weather here I will be close to my limit trying to heat 4500 ² ft with my 40 .

    Beers

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  5. huffdawg

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    Where abouts in Alaska do you live NP.
     
  6. NP ALASKA

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    North Pole
    Just out of Fairbanks
     
  7. NP ALASKA

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    Quick note:

    Just got off the phone with Brian from Effecta, we have decided it would be best to go with the 60kw and the 30kw pellet burner combo.
    Doing this will allow me to fire one time most days all winter.

    more to follow as things unfold.
     
  8. huffdawg

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    Sorry NP. I thought that North Pole on your avatar was being facetiuos. I work just below the Alaska , BC border sailing between Prince Rupert and the Queen Charlotte Islands

    Huff
     
  9. NP ALASKA

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    No problem, That a nice area you are in.

    We considered moving out but after 20 years, we're kinda stuck in our ways.

    Plus I like to drive outside (lower 48) once in awhile.
     
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