Yes, 50-93 is pretty much clinker free. But, the 30-95 can, and will produce clinkers if running too hot. With it's single grate, it'll get to firing like a turbo torch. It's a little firecracker of a stove. Add that to the slanted back wall of the firebox, and the 30-95 will produce some Dandy clinkers.freetown fred wrote:You're givin me way to much credit Oliver --but I remember Dean at Hitzer saying around 600-650 is good. I suspect mine has been at least that with these latest cold snaps. YES, about the clinkers of which I've never had any.