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Posted By smwilliamson,
Jul 1, 2013 at 9:27 AM
Start a new thread don
More is not always better. For a 40k BTU stove I would personally prefer a 130ish CFM blower, as they tend to be a bit quieter and blow air that is warmer.
Why so many? Thats a lot of stock, Not sure I'd invest that much right off the bat. The Maxx M will sit a while before you'll move it. Not a real big seller due to it's extreme size. M55 cast will move quicker IMHO.
We were hoping you were going to share some of your new space. You know what they say here, No pic's never happened!
Careful when increasing convection blower size. The convection temps will drop and so will the stack temps if you increase the CFM's too much. Like SMW said, Start a new thread. No wait, on second thought! Its more fun to jack his!!
All those stoves are opened Demo stoves now that will be sold for 1/2 price when the new higher efficiency models come out to meet the new EPA standard by 2015.
The stoves aren't changing, just the way in which they are tested. New hang tags too. Yeah Don, every shop in America is now going to have worthless stoves because there are "new" and improved ones.
You brought the beer without inviting us to help you drink it?!?!
My brother in law left that behind the seat f truck...thanks buddy.
Also, while it isn't in final review yet so things are subject to change as far as I am aware all of the current Enviro stoves will meet the new standards already. One of the nice things about a good brand is they tend to be ahead of the curve on government requirements. Plus they have to meet Canadian and Washington and Oregon standards which are already more stringent than the EPA's.
That is correct. Most companies, at least those in North America test to the Washington State standard, which is tougher than Oregon. Enviro also uses the High Heat Value to express BTU's which is the right way to do it without inflating your results...just waiting to see the new hang tags, I hear they are cool looking. Enviro also does not take the standard EPA 78%, so each stove is tested and certified by the EPA. Not all companies do this.
What do you guys think of the stoves on the combustible wood carts?
I like the carts...not like a real installation, but if your gonna have stove races out in the parking lot, it makes sense to have them on wheels already...also gives the customer a chance to take em for a lil spin.
One of my guys just pointed out that it will be a lot easier for the bandits to steal them...who the hell says bandits in place of robbers?
He's the same guys that says "sides by each" instead of side by side
Looking good...Those Enviro's sure are purty!!
Is this becoming a Beer thread
Nice job Scott.....best of luck
Stove races? Really!!
You guys got way to muuccchhh time on your hands! Get back to work!
Pic's or it never happened and is only hear say!
Looking good Scott! Wish ya the best of luck!
Good Point Sean
The efficiency of the Enviros are quite a bit higher than other pellet stoves!
I was surprised that the Enviro Maxx refurb I am selling has an efficiency of 86% ! ! !
Something doesn't look right. Where is the led lighting and all the dry Molly lube for sale!
Looks great wish I lived closer..
That Lad must have a little French Canadian Blood in him for sure eh
At 150 posts we shut it down and start the grand opening thread.
Which requires beer.
mmmmmm 55 cast insert.mmmmmmmmm. liken it.
(Edit: Im a idiot.. At 150 posts...Just under 100 posts now. I get it ) Doh!!
I didn't get it either. Guess we need more beer to understand?