dcrane wrote:made of heavy cast iron this lil' beauty is a fine accessory to any coal stove... what is it, what does it do?
Flyer5 wrote:dcrane wrote:made of heavy cast iron this lil' beauty is a fine accessory to any coal stove... what is it, what does it do?
Use that on the wife when she jams the grates causing you to dump the fire to clean out?
michaelanthony wrote:Appears to have an air inlet spinner @ one end and threaded adjustments at multiple locations and a weight of particular proportion at the other end. hmmmm.
franco b wrote:It is intended to be installed horizontally in the stove just above the fire to burn volatiles. Sort of a hot blast fixture. The lower part sits outside the stove and the upper part above the fire. The picture is very bad because the shadow of the piece interferes with identification. I had to download it and clean it up.
franco b wrote:I still could not read anything but with the shadows gone I could at least see how it was made.
Would be a nice feature of the forum if you could come up with more.
dcrane wrote:its a piece 0 chit and does nothing like its ads claim
rberq wrote:dcrane wrote:its a piece 0 chit and does nothing like its ads claim
Looks like it should work. Why do you say it doesn't?
Incidentally, my idea for avoiding explosions is to run a wire filament above the coal bed, heat it red hot with with electricity, so the gases will be ignited before they reach the explosive point. Maybe combine it with the piece O chit, Amazon can sell them together as a kit.