I have a Crown 7400MP and it's a great stove. I looked into every other boiler with a dealer within 2hrs of me and this one wasn't the least expensive by any means but the shaker grates, forced induction and multi pass made lots of sense to me.I'd look at a Crown Royal MP too if you have a dealer close by.
Agreed. There's no way I'm spending the kind of money it takes to properly install a boiler system, and it not be a gasser!I would not invest in either if they are not gasification boilers...
Free would be a different story.
Read: hungry hungry smoke dragon.Central Boiler makes a really nice conventional stove as well.
Maybe the OP is going to burn coal ????Agreed. There's no way I'm spending the kind of money it takes to properly install a boiler system, and it not be a gasser!
Read: hungry hungry smoke dragon.
Maybe, if so then an mf7000e is a good choice.Maybe the OP is going to burn coal ????
Knowing people that have gassers near me I'd do my hungry hungry smoke dragon again in a heartbeat. Cut wood, throw wood in, take ash out, clean multi-pass weekly. Super simple. It'll burn coal, wet or dry wood and most anything else that is flammable. I have more wood than I'll ever be able to burn so going through a little extra doesn't bother me in the least. OP may be in the same situation.
That is a lot less wood !! If I had I had nice hardwood stuff to burn I'd have had a gasser no question about it. The crappy quality stuff I have I was told won't work well in one though. And I don't think they burn coal yet which I intent to supplement with this coming winter.Maybe, if so then an mf7000e is a good choice.
If burning wood, even with "having more than you could ever use", burning twice as much doesn't come free or easily. And that's is what dads old CB burnt, twice as much as the Heatmaster G10000, 22cords vs 11. That's a lot less wood!
Oh I dunno about that...dad/brother had lots of sub premo stuff lined up for the old CB that first winter, the G10000 ate it without complaint...I think they changed some settings in the computer during this time, but that is easy.The crappy quality stuff I have I was told won't work well in one though.
The only cord I know is 128 cubic feet ! How many cubic feet is there in a bush cord?Thanks for all in input guys.
Access to a large wood lot. Looking to burn what I can clean up on some farms. I’m from Ontario and right now there is a huge amount of dead ash trees.
I think I’ll be doing some more homework into the gassers. I want to do this properly. It’s a big investment.
I’m going to have the furnace stick into a shed 1 foot and there is enough room to stack atleast 8 bush cords of wood in there.