Then A-A Antratube and AHS Coalgun boilers both have cyclone type ash separators as part of the flue gas path. It deposits part, but not all of the flue gas ash in to the ash bucket. The fly ash that makes it through the cyclone still collects in the flue pipe. The cyclone size is way too small to removal all the fly ash. I've looked at the design equations for cyclone ash separators and an effective separator would need to be much larger, 18-20 inches in diameter.stoker-man wrote:Does the self-cleaning action of the AA deposit ash dust in the flue pipe?
Ageed I think thats why Keystoker & even Yellowflame used them for that ReasonYanche wrote:That's why I like the 4 inch threaded domestic coil mount over the flat plate style. In my opinion it's easier to seal a pipe thread, especially with modern high temperature silicone RTV, than it is to seal a flat plate. A pipe thread joint is a leak with a long spiral path, but you have multiple places on that path to make a seal. A much better design over the flat plate gasket design that depends on an adhesive or crushing of the gasket material for the seal.stoker-man wrote:Water coil leaks can sneak up on you, with the gasket seepage being evaporated before it gets noticed. I think the coil nuts should be checked at a minimum of once a year to snug them up a little.
Hey Scott here is the of type brush you need for the 150lincolnmania wrote:do i need a different brush for my af150?
Is this the brush? Quality?