Portable Wood Pellet Stove !!

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Don2222, Mar 10, 2011.

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    Ok, where does the venting go?
     
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    Hi Smokey

    I cannot find a manual on it, but maybe the exhaust just goes under the garage door or stick out of the nearest window!!

    Can u find any venting info on it?
     
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    Heh a full kerosene reddy heater is heavy enough to lug around a jobsite!
     
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    Veeeeeeeeery interesting, but heavy and pricey.
     
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    5" double walled vent required (various types can be used) but I was curious where the vent was attached at.

    I can just picture someone whacking any venting with a pipe or length of wood.
     
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    Cool. Perfect for camping! NOT!
     
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    at 12lbs/ hr, I doubt that hopper would last long...
     
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    Perhaps it can be attached to a 1400 pound Harman auto loader ;-) .
     
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    Very interesting idea, even if it hasnt been perfected. Just like that strange window mount pellet stove. It shows folks are thinkin at least.
     
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    Hello Summit

    12lbs per hour is the highest setting but with the big hopper it lasts 21 hours.

    On the Lowest setting with the large hopper it lasts:

    253 Hours or 10.5 days !!!
     
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    If you do a Craiglist search in the Toledo, Ohio area, there is a used one of these for $1,500. Found it a week ago. Believe I searched either "pellet stove" or "wood pellets". Didn't know WTF it was till I read this thread. And I'm still scratching my head a little.
     
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