They have a lot of dealers and the person who answers the phone at Keystoker
has been very helpful the times I have called.
I don't know why they aren't on the forum, but I wouldn't interpret that as anything
bad about their customer service.
The above is the first mile of linear track for my
future G scale railroad
(one mile of G scale track is equivalent to 287 feet)..
I was only curious as to why they were not on the forum
in the manufacturers corner.
I spent quite bit of time on the phone with them the other day.
I explained I was going to attend their meet and greet at
Warners Stoves and Coal in Candor on 5, April 2014 as I am
intent on switching over to coal completely and removing
my wood and coal boiler and replace it with a coal stoker.
This last oil delivery was almost one thousand dollars-
even though I am using their budget plan it "Hoovers"
to the point that push has come to shove as I can live with
just ordering oil when I need it to fill the tank and have it
simply as a back up.
OR buy it occasionally by the five gallon can and fill the tank in
the non burning months. buy ten gallons a week until it is full.
The issue for me is more of deciding that having one boiler
that is a multifuel unit versus having two boilers side by
side which has been the case for me for 32 years.
If I decide on a multifuel unit I will have a 26 year old Buderus 024
oil burner minus the burner and my wood and coal boiler to sell
on craigs list or some other venue.
The folks that I talked to were very nice and they said they would see
what they could do to bring a stoker boiler up with them.
I also wanted ask them why they are not using a retort/ burn pot for their stokers..
I explained to them that I would like to see one of their Keystoker boilers either
a KAA-2 or KAA-4-1or KA6 and that their dealer "Warners Stoves and Coal" did not
stock them or install them.
"A purchaser of a Keystoker boilerfrom Warners would have to hire thier own plumber
to do the installation".
No!!!!! I AM NOT nit picking. I just want more information to make an informed decision.