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scalabro
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Post Sun. Feb. 23, 2014 7:59 pm

Anybody operating one of these?

Was thinking of installing one.

http://woodstoves.net/ds-stoves/coal/ds151-bucket ... heater.htm

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Post Sun. Feb. 23, 2014 8:35 pm

A few have run these...
The generic bucket a day...

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Post Sun. Feb. 23, 2014 8:44 pm

It looks like it belongs on top of a Civil War Submarine.......just kidding. I know you would have to have some storage tank available, because a bucket a day will generate plenty of hot water.
Great rig for a clever gravity fed situation.....off grid, and cost effective. Not so much for the 'City Girls' IMO, and not really for the 'hot tub' folks. Rugged products, for rugged people. :shock: :shock: :idea: :lol: :roll:

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Post Sun. Feb. 23, 2014 9:11 pm

CapeCoaler wrote:A few have run these...
The generic bucket a day...
Nothing else?

Was wondering if the "early" ones were better, more efficient, etc.
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Location: Western Massachusetts

Post Sun. Feb. 23, 2014 9:13 pm

whistlenut wrote:It looks like it belongs on top of a Civil War Submarine.......just kidding. I know you would have to have some storage tank available, because a bucket a day will generate plenty of hot water.
Great rig for a clever gravity fed situation.....off grid, and cost effective. Not so much for the 'City Girls' IMO, and not really for the 'hot tub' folks. Rugged products, for rugged people. :shock: :shock: :idea: :lol: :roll:
Yup, it does!

Was thinking of adding it to a 80 electric DHWH.

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