Yukon Multi Fuel Furnaces

Re: Yukon Multi Fuel Furnaces

PostBy: mills4135 On: Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:53 am

I have not bought any coal this season,just working off leftover from last year as far as i remember i think the coal was around $300/$350 a short ton packed in 40lb plastic bags {Anthracite} number 2 furnace fuel was $4.42 a U.S.gallon i.e. 3.78 litres,i got my wood in June of 20012 it was $240 a cord green no white birch mostly hard Maple.The fuel was November of 20012 and is Canadian money,the coal price is U.S. funds.I should have had the nut coal,what the dealer called furnace coal ran up to about 4",to big. Regards mills4135
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Stove/Furnace Make: Fawcett

Re: Yukon Multi Fuel Furnaces

PostBy: mills4135 On: Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:03 pm

Sorry about that,no iam down on the Canadian side of the Maine/New Brunswick border,probably best location reference is that when i look out my living room window, about west of west northwest iam looking at Eastport Maine about 3 miles across the water Regards mills4135.
mills4135
 
Stove/Furnace Make: Fawcett

Re: Yukon Multi Fuel Furnaces

PostBy: mills4135 On: Wed Apr 10, 2013 12:27 pm

So no thoughts or opinions or experiences with the Harman SF-2500-A wood/coal furnace? Iam a little surprised,kind of thought someone on here would maybe have one or know someone who does.I have been around and around this coal thing all winter trying to decide,Stoker/ Boiler/Manual feed/straight wood/straight coal/combo wood and coal,Yukon,Neumac,Keystoker,LLC,Wood chuck,etc,etc.They all have pluses and minuses,but i keep coming back to the Harman SF-2500A manual feed.I really like the LLC AK-110 stoker furnace but with all the stokers i'm not happy with that many moving parts.Anyone have any comments on any of this especially the Harman as to ease of use burning coal etc?
mills4135
 
Stove/Furnace Make: Fawcett