Wood Stove Decathalon Burn Times

Huntindog1 Posted By Huntindog1, Nov 19, 2013 at 2:59 PM

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  1. Huntindog1

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    Hey all you guys that made it see if you can get some info on burn times as I see that burn time isnt a criteria in the judging.

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  2. mellow

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    If burn times was a factor then I am sure that BK would have participated. Out of the participating stoves I would say the Woodstock and Lopi would be the two front runners for burn times followed by the Intensifire (depending on what size firebox you put it in). You have masonry stoves which burn fast and put out heat for hours and hours as well.
     
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    One of the stove builders dropped out because the Park Service had some kind of restriction that wouldn't let them stuff the stoves full. They have to have them smoke free as fast as possible so that means small loads. So burn time is a non-issue.
     
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    Didn't hear that, when did that happen?
     
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    Don't know. I remember reading it in some of the stuff online I was reading about the event.
     
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