I think this would be underpowered if you'd be using it as back-up to a Will-burt S65 - I'm pretty sure the nameplate on this says 20 lb/hr vs. 65 lb/hour. You probably also should check the size of the feed tube to see whether it's compatible with the size of coal the Will-burt uses. EFM made a 60 lb/hr conversion stoker and Motor Stokor made one that could do 40 lb/hr (I have one in nice shape that I was planning to use as a backup, but I might be talked out of it...
Yes, i know it would be lower powered, but I run the Wilburt on the lowest to medium feed setting, which i believe is 20lb and 40lb(not positive). I just need a basic stoker, as i can do some fabrication, in fact I plan to build my own backup boiler. My main consideration is weight, I was hoping to get something that I could take apart and send over in pieces or carry over when i leave the end of this month.
Any ideas or help I can get from here would be appreciated!
The worm shaft got torn up in the Wilburt, i guess they ran it out of oil. I ordered a new shaft I should have been there during the winter, but i had some things i needed to get done here in the States, but i sure hope to be there during the next winter.