Cichewicz Futura Eco 70

Re: Cichewicz Futura Eco 70

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Sun Jan 20, 2008 11:39 pm

europachris wrote: I think I am going to try rice when I get through burning the pea coal I bought. I see some unburnt pieces in the ash, not too bad but the rice might get a more complete burn with this "idle" type of burner. I also seem to be getting melted metallic chunks in the ash. Does not matter with this type of burner but if I had a hand fired I might have a problem.

I would try buckwheat first . Rice may not get enough air . Dave
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Re: Cichewicz Futura Eco 70

PostBy: Richard S. On: Mon Jan 21, 2008 1:26 am

LW3 wrote:Here are those pics of the Futura I have a couple of short movie files of the burn pot and auger running,

You upload them just like you would the pictures, they need to be in WMV, MPG, AVI or MOV format. Note that I just added the last three extensions. They also have to under 50MB's and you will need a pretty fast connection because there is about a 15 minute time limit to upload.

If they aren't under the 50MB I'd suggest using Windows Movie Maker to convert to WMV, it has option to set a file size.
Richard S.
Stoker Coal Boiler: Van Wert VA1200
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