Not hard to tell heat differents just look at the Prob Thermomenters in the stack before the baro And use stove Thermomenter Uae burns for me at 500 to 575 Superior burns 650 to 675 If I open the air more i will see 700 to 775 All Temps are after the Heat Reclaimer & before the Baro Temps coming out before Heat Reclaimer are much higher 900 to 1100 or more if i do not cut the air back You also forgot to mention That the UAE was also Nut size The Superior was Stove Size I do not like Stove size of any kind burns up to QuickCap wrote:Ash vs. heat. I'll take less heat any day to avoid all that ash & debris. I burnt UAE early in season, loaded up on Superior in Nov and just went back to UAE 2 or 3 weeks ago. Something about the UAE, it really burns nice. And I don't really see less heat but I am not using my engineering skills to compare, just good old common sense. What the Fluke?
Nah 305 Just needs a good tune uplincolnmania wrote:gonna have to build u a 350 for that truck jc hehe
Cap wrote:JC, I see no difference in rate of burn between stove & nut. And again, I measure heat where it counts, from the exhaust fan. It''s usually is around 180F thru 250F. And this is based off of draft, outside ambient, & my damper setting. I think we may be splitting hairs. I do not think we equally compare temps unless the stoves are equally set up.
Wanna buy a MB turbo diesel? Matt or Greg can probably figure a way to convert it to rice coal.
spaserg wrote:Hi, guys! As I understand you talking about places where is coal digging out of ground (veins)? ,and discussing quality of coal. Where I can buy Superior nut or similar? At coalbreakers mining place? This Q? probably close to "bagging coal" tread I belive. But it's very interesting how close you know all this places to compare them.
butchs37 wrote:Been burning Superior it does burn hotter than UAE only problem I have with it is the ash clumps together more than UAE which causes the ash to bridge between grate and ash pan stopping the feed and making the stove go out. Any suggestions on what can be done to prevent this? Would wet coal or too much or not enough air comming from combustion blower cause this? The draft is at .02 with a direct vent system.
butchs37 wrote:... Any suggestions on what can be done to prevent this?
butchs37 wrote:I was thinking of trying buck but I read buck with direct vent is a no no do to possible hopper fires.
Dallas wrote:I've burned the Hudson coal since Wed., but it just doesn't seem to make the same heat as my previous coal ... Casey-Kassa.