Well Yanche I would not go that far The last 6 A-A I seen with matt & Dave where not very Clean Now They where out of sevice for somtime but the Last two Looked like They where burning Bit coal in them Very very dirty And what I have seen in all of them is a water coil Leaking Problem and lots of Rotting steel and Flat Ash Pan Tray rollers Now the rollers are due to lack of cleaning & just years of sevice I Guess you can say the Water coil could be do to the Gaskets leaking and not Taking care of the Problem right away But I do not know why you would not it is not like you can'tYanche wrote:Goes to say a lot about the advantage of the self cleaning design of the A-A, Eshland, AHS boilers. The internal combustion blower flings the fly ash at the boiler walls keeping them clean. Continuous self polishing. Even decades old boilers look clean in the combustion path!stoker-man wrote:By the way, I can't believe what a difference the cleaning made in the quantity of wood I am using. I was going through a Garden Way cart each day and now it's about 1/2 or less.
see it leaking Just my 2 cents