jeromemsn wrote:Now that there be a stove! I like that! And that hood gives me an idea I kinda play with metal for a living and I think I'm going to build me a fume hood like they use above the cook stoves in restaurants to circulate the air in the house. the cold air return would be the make-up air and a small blower to move everything around, couple of limit switches to turn it on and off, hmmmm got some sketches and fab to do. Thanks for the great pics, and welcome to the forum!
europachris wrote:Do they have a model that will burn bituminous coal (keep the top load door but eliminate the hopper)? If so, it would look just like Berlin's bituminous burner he built.
Linc wrote:Did the stove come with the sheet metal housing? It would be nice if there was an outlet in NY for one of there stoves.
coalstoves wrote:Thanks fer posting pictures it looks like a Harman/Kodiak crossbreed good price . How do they instruct you to use it as a Hopper feed or standard handfired
coaledsweat wrote:Amishdude wrote: All I have to do now is to re-learn how to fire and maintain a coal stove. Last time was 30 years ago when I was 13 years old. I hear things have changed a bit since then.
Just remember the coal is 30 years older too, so its probably a lot grumpier.