Pellergy head on Tarm

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by OldStoneHouse, Mar 15, 2013.

  1. OldStoneHouse

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  2. kopeck

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    OK, I've been trying to convince you not to buy that used boiler but if you can make that setup work then that would be pretty cool!

    Don't overspend on the Excel though...it could be a money pit in a hurry.

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    Well Kopeck,

    I think you succeeded - I'm going to pass on it for a few reasons. The main one being that I don't think it's big enough for the load. The other reasons you suggested too since I really don't want a money pit, the house is already a money pit! It's going to be a lot harder to move that Excel than the Innova. Length but mainly weight (extra 400 lbs).
     
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    You will like the Innova, it's a very simple machine to operate and clean.

    I figure mine is going to pay for it's self in a few years, that's pretty awesome.

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