freetown fred wrote:you get what you pay for my friend
pura vida wrote:freetown fred wrote:you get what you pay for my friend
couldn't agree more, but why are these bad? what's wrong with them? please, please give me some better options that will burn sub-bit and are underfed. i'm not having much luck getting suggestions and everything i can find says to burn just anthracite (sp?). and are usually gravity fed, which seems to be concern with sub-bit. shipping would be expensive and parts would obviously be a bitch, but everything i've found up here are the outdoor boilers in a dog house. which will be $15-20K so i would still be way ahead even with the shipping. i want an inside underfed stoker boiler for new construction. i know what i want is out there, am i just looking in the wrong places?? thanks
pura vida wrote:so i was under the impression, from reading other post here, people preferred klinkers to ash? is this wrong? or does it depend on the boiler and setup?
coalnewbie wrote: Massive infrastructure costs in hydronics and chimneys and it's just not necessary.
coalnewbie wrote:Giving specific stove advice without seeing the actual location and money available is a troublesome position to me.