coaledsweat wrote:The trouble with the Draft-Rite is you don't know if its calibrated properly. You can calibrate the Dwyer every time you use it very easily.
Newbie to coal. wrote:Hi my name is Nathan I have not used coal to heat with before, looking forward to lower heating costs.I have a Dwyer model #25 manometer and not sure how to install the small plastic lines into stove pipe if someone could help with this please let me know.
Matthaus wrote:OK, took Dave's suggestion, the kit will include 2 ways to access your stove pipe through screw holes so no drill bit included, there is a larger metal tube probe as well for insertion into fire box access holes. I verified that it works so the kit is on it's way to Av8r tomorrow and then on to ken, any body else that wants it just PM me and I'll add you to the list.
coaledsweat wrote:Newbie to coal. wrote:Hi my name is Nathan I have not used coal to heat with before, looking forward to lower heating costs.I have a Dwyer model #25 manometer and not sure how to install the small plastic lines into stove pipe if someone could help with this please let me know.
Stop at an auto parts store and pick up a couple of feet of small brake line. Then you will need to drill a small hole in the stove pipe at least a little before the baro. They need to be zeroed every time you use them so it doesn't make sense to hook them up permanently.
Scott I bought mine for 51.00 Plus shipping on ebay last year However you can find them for less Matt bought a few for around 30 to 40 on ebay so keep looking However Your Mark II will do the samething What is wrong with what you have already My Draft Rite works as good as my Mark II Have you Zero it out like I told you last time I was over take the hose off the mark II turn the zero knob all the way counterclock wise until it can't go anymore then turn it three full turns clockwise or until it is at zero then put the hose back on and see were it goes should be .04 wc or close to it if not move the MPD until you see it move also clean the stove pipe out and the inside of the Furnace with all of the coal you are burning you will have alot of FlyAsh Build up Oh and get that timer hooked up Talk to you laterlincolnmania wrote:100 bucks isnt bad when the bucks are rollin in.......be nice to have one along with my raytek raynger st which is great for checkin surface temps and messin with the cats
MrP57 wrote:Are you still looking for donations?