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tarm 2.5 cleaning

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by paul2e, May 15, 2009.

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  1. paul2e

    paul2e New Member

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    Hit the furnace over the past couple of days and here are some thoughts.

    The caked/baked on stuff is a bugger to remove. Not just the thick stuff near the auger but the whole thing is covered with crud. I burned what I thought were pretty average pellets. In total 7 tons. Some were really good while other were junk. And the junk were from my home state...I believe that most of the crud I see now is from that late season ton. I wire brushed it all down and it looked ok. Then on a whim I put a wire cup on a drill. I bet I have at least 1/16" baked on everywhere!
    Any tips to remove it and get that sheen back?

    Paul

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