How did you aquire my favorite fuel ? Do you know what they are charging at the breaker ?lsayre wrote: That's 5 tons of UAE Harmony pea in the bin.
AA130FIREMAN wrote:How did you aquire my favorite fuel ? Do you know what they are charging at the breaker ?lsayre wrote: That's 5 tons of UAE Harmony pea in the bin.
wilder11354 wrote:Its not big, or fancy. Holding 6300 #'s nut right to the top. Going to get 2 more wood pallets add to left side(4'w X 8'D), and get an additional 1.5 tons pea, also thinking od adding to right side, and getting some stove size. This is made with 4 wood pallets as base. Basically its 8'x8'. or there abouts.
pevans wrote:Big bin holds about 3.75 tons of nut.
lsayre wrote:Here is a picture of my new and not finished 3 compartment (roughly 5 3/4 ton) outside coal bin. Due to the coal suppliers need to get this load of coal out of his bin in order to take delivery of some newly inbound coal he had coming in, I had to take my delivery before I could properly finish my project. I put the last screw into it at 11:30 AM on Thursday, and the coal truck was here at 12:20 PM. Thats how close this rushed project was, and my only other option was to have the coal dumped on the concrete pad behind our house. That's 5 tons of UAE Harmony pea in the bin.
It still needs a top lid (or individual compartment top lids) and the hinged discharge bin lids, and some sort of outside sheathing. The lids must go on today, since thunderstorms are coming tomorrow. I was thinking of corrugated fiberglas for the roof and plywood for the discharge shutes (as seen for the center discharge). Any other roof ideas or suggestions that I can use in a hurry?
Rob R. wrote:Did you get the roof finished?
freetown fred wrote:Looks like it's mobile. Good thinkin.