dcrane wrote: Rigar wrote:
im not sure either !....
...but from what i do understand...it monitors exhaust temperatures...and regulates the feed and combustion rate based on flu temp
I was thinking that if your stoker is feeding fast and heating too hot...that maybe the sensor is not functioning properly...just something to think about
+1 for the Handfired Crew @ Nepa
Because I don't like seeing manly men patting each other on the back in a girlie man forum, I'd like to call it -1 for the What Were They Thinking Crew @ Harman.
The original Harman Mag was a reliable, heavy-duty unit that set a high standard of performance for stoker stoves.
It does seem like there are too many examples of good stoker products getting "improved" by plastic parts, other cheap materials and electronics that don't work reliably in the harsh environment of a coal appliance.