Flyer5 wrote:The blower will correct the issue. I have one installed on my boiler since Thursday for testing. I was able to get my 2900sq ft leak box up to 80* with 0* or single digits outside. Recovery times are very much improved . It seems the blower for some reason is effected by the static pressure much more than realised, I believe the supplier for the blower wheels has changed in the last 2 yrs. This may have something to do with it. I am finding just over .3 static pressure on the blower at the feeder during operation. This cuts the standard fan down to about 40cfm and is not enough. The new blower gives 60 CFM at .3 and does a much better job.
To make a long story short we will correct the issue, and we apologize for the inconvenience. So give Matt or me a call or PM us and as soon as we get the fans in we will get them out too those who need them.
Dave..can you elaborate on the relationship between static air in the base and the current fan?
-isn't the stock fan rated at 60 cfm also? Is the new fan the same brand?
-with the old fan, what would u expect your home temps to be?
-are you seeing an increase in coal usage? And/or are u able to burn more coal?
-Are you burning rice or buck?...fyi...no buck anywhere in New England that I know of.