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New Effecta Lambda 35kw install with 1000gal storage

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by Bill1472, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. Cebulskig

    Cebulskig New Member

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    Filling with water!!!
    Start time 5:45pm est

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  2. Cebulskig

    Cebulskig New Member

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    took 2.5 hrs to fill tank and lines, thats with 2 young boys taking showers at the same time.. sneaky they are.
    electrical done, air bleeding done, and first fire around 10:30 pm february 29th 2012!!
  3. woodsmaster

    woodsmaster Minister of Fire

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    Well.... Everything working as expected ?
  4. Gasifier

    Gasifier Minister of Fire

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    Congrats Gene. Any leaks or problems. Hope all goes well. Keep us posted.
  5. huffdawg

    huffdawg Minister of Fire

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    How long did it take to raise the 1000 gals to 180

    Huff
  6. Cebulskig

    Cebulskig New Member

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    we only had one leak! ;-)
    got it all tighened up and burned half load last night just to check everything over ..
    but all in all it went well...
    been burning today to bring up storage, and on what i would call the end of the second burn... been loading halves incase any other issues arose while getting up to temp.
  7. Cebulskig

    Cebulskig New Member

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    top of tank is at 168-170 and bottom is starting to move quickly, was at 75 just 5 mins ago(up fifteen degrees in last 2 hours)
    got some pics i will update in awhile along with more info.
    stay tuned lol
  8. Cebulskig

    Cebulskig New Member

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    Sorry fellas, been crazy busy...
    Tank took about 14 hours of burning (half loads) to get tank up to temp
    Been working magnificently since..
    I start 2 fires a day that's it! Start... Load... Close the door....
    Easy button!
    Waiting to hook up the Boilermate, and box in tank
    Then I will be snugged up, lol just in time for spring
    Got a couple pics I'll load up Sunday (working this weekend)

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