Thank you all for your comments.I do not wish to argue with anyone .On what can or can not be done as far as btu's and what can be transfered etc. I do have a Crosslink Conversions Forum that is open to anyone to post on and privet message others who are or are not using the Crosslinks systems kits in there homes etc. Some people have made thier own utube videos that you may see on my home page at ( CrosslinkConversions.com ) if you do not what to take the time to look them up your self ( they are not me making them ,I just posted them so it is easy for people to see and contact them if you choose ) All so If you go to Heath.com and some of the other forums and look up others Like Bioburner,Rona etc.you may ask them about there facts etc .
This first one has some facts with number you may want to seehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fECdUR80 ... ture=emailhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64_iWTZz ... ture=emailhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6XSOkJ2 ... e=youtu.be
joined: Aug 4, 2012
West central Mn
The crosslink is heating a leg exchanger for 110 marathon DWH then to 30x50 basement slab.
The cord is running to a moderate sized UPS, the soon to be dedicated outlet will have its own dedicated UPS, I'm the last home on a power leg in the country and the power sometimes is a bit down and dirty. Used to be able to set watch by the 4:30 brown out. Burning pellets and biofuels since 1983
2 Harman P45s, home stove now with crosslink boiler conversion heating 3,000 sq ft
4 tons Indeck pellets,1 ton of Wood Fiber pellets
10 bags Oak Creek thank god in Harman their gone 11/15
Bag of Pennington in garage so bad I use em for spillsBioburner, Oct 29, 2012 #6
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by walchmn » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:44 pm
I recently purchased a kit from Tommy for my Countryside Magnum I picked up off Craigslist. I built a 40 x 64 (with 16' side walls) pole shed 7 years ago planing to make a nice shop someday. 3 years ago I finished it off and installed tubing in the cement for a heated floor. Initially I heated it with a Big E pellet stove (purchased at Fleet Farm), just to take the chill off but always wanted to get the floor going. Was thinking of going with geothermal but when I saw this boiler on Craigslist I thought this would be a lot cheaper than geothermal. Tommy wasn't building kits yet for the Big E so I picked up the Countryside. Currently I'm running the stove on 3 and using about a bag of pellets a day and the shop is around 60 degrees, plenty warm when you are working on stuff. I've include a picture of my setup. I did all the work myself. I already had the 6gal water heater, purchased the panel on the wall from Menards because it was already complete. So far I really like it. I should mention I live in Minnesota so to heat a shop that big on a bag of pellets ($3.50 a bag on sale at Menards) is pretty remarkable.
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