Lazy flame?

kimtaz

New Member
Jul 7, 2019
3
Australia
Hi all,

Have recently had a Piazetta pellet fire installed - so far really happy with it.
No huge problems as such - a couple of failed starts... suspected bad batch of pellets perhaps. Will keep an eye on that.
Reading the forums here, I came across "lazy flame" - and after watching a few videos I'm still not sure if I can pick the difference between a normal flame and a lazy flame.

I've taken a video of our pellet fire starting up (largest flames) - https://www.dropbox.com/s/v2o038p7v71e3p3/pellet-startup2.MOV?dl=0
And then after startup during normal operation - https://www.dropbox.com/s/kk4x6p4vw6roi7u/pellet-running.MOV?dl=0

Do these look pretty normal?

If they are looking 'lazy' then perhaps my failed starts are due to not enough oxygen rather than bad pellets...

Kim
 

Don2222

Minister of Fire
Feb 1, 2010
8,432
Salem NH
Looks good
A lazy flame slowly flickers. You will see when the stove gets dirty.