Just saying

Post Reply
 
bh69ss
Member
Posts: 23
Joined: Thu. Feb. 09, 2017 10:05 pm
Location: NE Ohio
Hand Fed Coal Stove: Hitzer 30 95
Hand Fed Coal Furnace: Hitzer Model 82
Coal Size/Type: Lehigh nut
Other Heating: Natural gas

Post by bh69ss » Thu. Aug. 17, 2023 1:31 am


 
bh69ss
Member
Posts: 23
Joined: Thu. Feb. 09, 2017 10:05 pm
Location: NE Ohio
Hand Fed Coal Stove: Hitzer 30 95
Hand Fed Coal Furnace: Hitzer Model 82
Coal Size/Type: Lehigh nut
Other Heating: Natural gas

Post by bh69ss » Thu. Aug. 17, 2023 1:41 am

Probably going to break out the hitzer 82 and go back to wood this season. Got 14 bags of nut for the 30-95 but it seems like coal is getting too expensive , paid $450 a ton last year and that was way more than the year before.

 
User avatar
davidmcbeth3
Member
Posts: 8516
Joined: Sun. Jun. 14, 2009 2:31 pm
Coal Size/Type: nut/pea/anthra

Post by davidmcbeth3 » Thu. Aug. 17, 2023 2:01 am

bh69ss wrote:
Thu. Aug. 17, 2023 1:41 am
Probably going to break out the hitzer 82 and go back to wood this season. Got 14 bags of nut for the 30-95 but it seems like coal is getting too expensive , paid $450 a ton last year and that was way more than the year before.
Dang it, you did not go woke and are still going broke. I hear ya...I paid $470 a ton for just the bagged coal for this season

183.gif
.GIF | 877.4KB | 183.gif


 
bh69ss
Member
Posts: 23
Joined: Thu. Feb. 09, 2017 10:05 pm
Location: NE Ohio
Hand Fed Coal Stove: Hitzer 30 95
Hand Fed Coal Furnace: Hitzer Model 82
Coal Size/Type: Lehigh nut
Other Heating: Natural gas

Post by bh69ss » Thu. Aug. 17, 2023 2:17 am

Exactly!!!

 
Hounds51
Member
Posts: 555
Joined: Sat. Feb. 22, 2020 9:46 pm
Location: Bethel, Pa
Hand Fed Coal Stove: 2 Legacy TLC 2000 one in the upper and 1 in the lower part of the house
Coal Size/Type: Wood and pea, nut ,stove and egg coal

Post by Hounds51 » Thu. Aug. 17, 2023 3:45 pm

Gonna burn wood again in my one TLC 2000's The main one I will probably burn coal. These TLC's work pretty good with wood I used about 4 chords of wood last winter. Although I usually burned mostly during the day It seemed to hold the heat pretty well. Of course I had to start a new fire every day, but it was easy using wood pellets soaked in home heating oil.

Post Reply

Return to “Hand Fired Coal Stoves & Furnaces Using Anthracite”