Pacowy wrote:I think the EFM's have an advantage over both of the others due to the underfeed stokers they use (vs. plate-type stokers for the others), which generally hold the fire well without excessive timer cycles during periods of low use. Maybe people who have experience running LL's and Keystokers in the summer can answer the actual question.
Pacowy wrote:I understand the AA/AHS's generally can hold the fire for a long time, but from threads on summer use I vaguely recall AA/AHS types complaining of excessive unburned coal. Is that an issue?
Rob R. wrote:The AHS units also offer free chimney cleaning and eyebrow trimming if you don't set the ashing controls properly. .
whistlenut wrote:Now Larry...there is NO anthratube on an AHS. You are trying to trick this poor Pilgrim!