ok guys back after a while off , onto my second project maybe, well if its worth it here what i was given for free i need info about this tove as much as possible, it has a round shacker handle and also a slide shaker in the side im only missing the ash pan i have the finial and cover also
i have to find out where to get a sat iron 90 cause this one is broke and the size of the ash pane to make one , can some tell me what is the best seam sealer to use and reactory cement ? and the inside looks to have newer bricks in it ? i wanna get the shaker grates sent out to foundry for new ones to be cast , anybody know what that would cost ? the vent on top goes down the inside cylinder to the top of the fire bricks i think, this stove almost looks like a oak andes , what and how do i vent it cause of the 2 vent orts on it , it also has that slide thing under the front door it openes up some air holes under the cylinder , please help with any info , and what material do u guys use to sand blast with abrasive wise?
Most of the time you can use basic steel round stock for your hinge pins. Tell me what size you need and I can cut you some and forge a head on them. I use rutlands stove cement and it seals well. Use that and cord where you can. Let me know if you need help recreating any parts if you can't find them.
Is this the first project since you sold the base burner?
im trying to figure out how this thing works with two outlets ,in going to completely tear this one apart and start fresh wondering how many btus this mama can put out ? it says 16 on the front off the stove
I think you have a double heater. Two skins. There is a space between for hot air to rise and exit the top outlet. Reach under the the ring at the fire pot top and you should feel the opening between the two skins which is the air inlet. The outlet could be piped to an upstairs room if wanted.
that could be good , all i knw there is a inner ring the top damper oval one is that where you would pipe it up to a second floor? because whe u turn the damper on it it doesnt close off the little oval holes completely
meatball wrote:that could be good , all i knw there is a inner ring the top damper oval one is that where you would pipe it up to a second floor? because whe u turn the damper on it it doesnt close off the little oval holes completely