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red headed step child......treager

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by steelman, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. steelman

    steelman Member

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    startin to think im the only one that owns this great pellet/corn furnace from the lack of responses, interest. thats fine but i know there must be a few people out there that have one. they have sold thousands so why no correspondence?
    looking for pics of the pellet burn pot. i have the corn pot and it does ok with the pellets but i keep thinking they made the pellet pot for a reason. wondering if i should purchase one but would like to see if first. anyone have a pic? the only complaint i have with the furnace is it smokes too much when in the pilot mod. wondering if the pellet pot would help with that.

    thank you.

    jim

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  2. sinnian

    sinnian Minister of Fire

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    Jim,

    I'll send you a picture next time I shut it down to clean (this coming weekend). Unless you want the picture of it in the unit.

    ~Jeff
  3. DexterDay

    DexterDay Guest

    I'm interested in seeing the difference

    Most times the corn pot has more holes and higher up. The pellet pot will prob have less overall holes or possibly just all lower in the pot. May even be a different material? Such as Cast iron instead of stainless.
  4. Ironhorse74

    Ironhorse74 Member

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    One of the big differences between corn pot and pellet pots is that corn pots have higher sides. This is to keep the corn from bouncing out of the pot when it drops.

    Peace

    Brad
  5. DexterDay

    DexterDay Guest

    And allow the build up of a Clinker. Also commonly referred to as a Clinker pot.
  6. steelman

    steelman Member

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    that would be great. would like to see any pics you willing to post of your treager install. not many around here to see. thank you.

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