LDPosse wrote:dcrane wrote:
"Pics or it didn't happen"!
haHaha... How could you not take some photo's of this beauty for us LD you know how much we love photo's to tell the story
I took pictures of the ComfortMAX pamphlet. I didn't take any pictures in their shop, I wasn't sure if they were ok with that or not, being Amish and all.
KingCoal wrote:I could have been interested in that stove rather than the 1400 circulator if it wasn't for being 35 #'s even heavier, moving the wrong direction in fire box shape and being strictly hand load.
Mountinpie wrote:I recently purchased a Harman Mark III that specifically says to burn coal only. I understand a few of the EPA regs, but is it safe to burn wood for a bit until I get a coal bin built? If so, any recommendations on flue dampers, etc.? I have a new home with a brand new masonry chimney. The crock coming through the wall is 8" and my stove pipe is 6". My thought is to install a 6" stove pipe with manual damper until I switch to coal. At that time, I'll install a barometric damper. The stove is located in the basement of a 2-story. I'm new to wood/coal burning so please be gentle! Thanks all...
Mountinpie wrote:Thanks dj. I'm a bit leary about it and may be overthinking it a bit. The chimney was built with crocks/masonry block. I hear different opinions regarding installation of a liner. Some say I absolutely need a liner to burn wood as the liner will provide a better draft and less creosote deposits, but I'm not sure that's true. As long as I have the chimney inspected/cleaned yearly, I shouldn't need a liner, right?