New Chinook

nellraq Posted By nellraq, Nov 16, 2012 at 8:58 PM

  1. rdust

    rdust
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    Yes, look at the PE stoves are the same way. Same firebox only requires the one certification it appears.

    Vista Series C, Vista Classic, Vista Artisan, Vista Insert, and Alderlea T4
    Alderlea, Super 27 Design D, Spectrum, Step D1
    Standard, Pacific Ins, Spectrum Classic and Fusion, ALT5INS
    Summit Series A, Summit Insert, Summit Classic and Alderlea T6
     
  2. Woody Stover

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    Lopi (Travis) Cape Cod is listed at .45 gm/hr. A dealer here is burning one; I need to get over there in the morning sometime when they fire it up. They alternate between the Liberty and the Cape Cod.
     
  3. weatherguy

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    You didnt record the cat temp? Id be curious to see what it was throughout a burn like that.
     
  4. nellraq

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    My probe doesn't have temps on it. I do record the position of the marker using the clock. ie. 12 0'clock is the marker pointing straight up --ie. vertical to the writing on the bottom of the probe. 3 o'clock is where it is on your watch. etc. "Pegged" is maxed out - probably around 4 1/2 (ie. 4:30)
    You can see this recorded on the SS which is on page 2 of this thread.
     
  5. weatherguy

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    Pegged is probably about 1800, 2 o clock is probably 1200, I bought a condor with numbers and by comparing the two side by side thats what I estimate, 12 o clock is probably 800-900.
     
  6. nellraq

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    What temp moves you from ìnactive to active. I`m guessing about 500.
     
  7. weatherguy

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    Yup, its 500
     

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