BPatrick wrote:Stove coal will let the draft run better as when in "indirect Mode" you'll see that it naturally slows down the draft. It's amazing, with stove coal, you still get awesome burn times and a lot of heat out of the coal stoves.
Interesting ! And yet I would have thought the greater fuel density per cubic foot, combined with the combustion air slowing ability of using the smaller sized nut coal, would have extended the burn times even more ?????
My bulk delivery this year has a lot of larger than average size nut coal. It's probably closer to the stove/nut mix that some of the folks on here find works best in their stoves. It gave me a chance to see how larger sizes work compared to many years of just using nut coal.
Just curious, does anyone know what the difference in pounds per cubic foot of stove coal size, verse nut coal ?