e.alleg wrote:I have an old kalamazoo gravity furnace that I'm using as a wood burner outside but come maple sugarin' season I want to set an evaporator on top of it. It looks like a pot belly stove. It has a shaker grate that sits about 12" above the base where the air can be regulated from, then the "pot belly" of the unit can be filled with coal I imagine. Rice coal falls through the grate, what size should I get for maximum burn? I'll need to boil off a couple hundred gallons of sap so the hotter the better, and it's outside so in the event of a meltdown no big deal. The only thing I care about is getting the stove as hot as humanly possible.
Hi ed does it look like the one in the bottom right corner of this add or is more like the older Pot belly style
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