I had a pallet of Kimmel nut last year with so many fines it was impractical to burn it. Each time I reloaded the stove, the fines would clog up the coal bed so it took a couple hours of nursing the fire before it was burning well again. Just not enough air could get through the coal. Once I got it going again, the coal burned nicely. Fortunately the dealer was willing to take back most of the pallet.
Last edited by rberq
on Sat Dec 18, 2010 10:20 pm, edited 1 time in total.