KLook wrote:I have the same boiler as coalkirk. I also used a bag in the drum. I used a piece of 2 inch energy shield insulation. very heat resistant. We put the insulation between the barrel and the back where the hot gases have to go down and out the stovepipe. I have had some problems with melting with thin bags and black bags. The best bags i had were real thick clear plastic. I got them at Mardens once upon a time and have never found them again. Last winter I used drum liners that were the thickest I could get and clear. They worked ok and I had to cut them at least in half so they were not to long.
For those not from Maine, Mardens is a bargain hunters paradise.
Im not sure how much they are but the best plastic bags ive used are those ones made for asbestos removal (I grab bunches anytime i have a listing requiring such things)... next time i come across some ill grab extra's for ya (great for burying all your assault weapons through out the yard when the "Man" comes to take em' too LOL)