Wood'nCoal, are you running the Alaska too?
Yep, that's what heats the DHW.
oliver power wrote:This kind of weather; I don't poke, and shake little. My stack temp is below 100*. House is comfortable.
Devil505 wrote:lowfog01 wrote:I'm afraid to try if I'm not going to be home most of the day (like today) to watch the stove.
Another toy I recommend is this http://www.smarthome.com/3219/Redi-Chek ... ter/p.aspx
which will remotely alarm if your fire gets to hot or to cold, for when you are home.
dutch wrote:What is the temp range of that smoker thermometer? Is it good up to 400-500 degrees
in the stove pipe?
photoboy wrote:still pretty new to coal burning so please forgive any ignorance. what is stack temperature, how does one measure it, and what is it's significance?