temperature output from your stove

glenc0322 Posted By glenc0322, Jan 4, 2013 at 2:20 AM

  1. Xena

    Xena
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    Dunno I don't measure but if I hold my hand in front of the blower i will get burned so ya it's hot as hell. Burning Okanagans.
     
  2. mepellet

    mepellet
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    That is the difference between pellets with a harman. As far as BTUs anyway.....
     
  3. boosted3g

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    With stove temp on a Harman the temps out the distribution blower should be in the ball park from each other. There are slight variables that can alter the air temp but i dont see them being very significant. Examples i can think of are the inlet temp of the distibution fan will lead to a higher discharge. A taller flame i beleive will lead to a higher discharge than one with a lower flame. CFM of the fan would be the biggest example i can think of. Im sure there are slight variances between the fan output due to cleanliness of stove as well as fan changes that may have been done over the years. Like i said earlier they should all be "close" with the same given settings.
     

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