Change is slow and painful. Like politics, you can lead them to water, but you can't make them drink! Great step forward, now the tankless on the other end.....I know it is not as pretty.....out of sight ,out of mind. Now, a mini rail system to slide the blower and stoker assembly out for ease of maintainability. I know...you would have to address the infeed tube and auger situation. I'll just shut up and enjoy the marvel of the product. When the ability to dream dies, so do all the rest of us......
10" of snow and 25 MPH winds, not a good day for shingling a roof!
Chris, thanks for the updates on the bases of the 520. A very good start.
I would also like to echo termite1's question about an access port to clean out or observe the fly ash levels. I know we can engineer one ourselves, just wondering if that is a pimple on the 'behind' of progress in the coal R&D.
Hey, at least we don't want to add any relays, muffler bearing hydraulic support actuators, or a remote sensing devises to compute fuel usage based upon the outside temp in Tibet.
Chris, I also know that EFM coal devices are a small part of the overall operation. Having seen your oil and gas boilers, you guys do know what is going on outside 'stoker world!'