Pictures of Your Stove

33Canuck
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Post Thu. Dec. 02, 2010 9:49 am

Qball wrote:Hitzer 50-93 with my custom heat / cold air ducts.
Interesting I think I will snatch this idea and use it!


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freetown fred
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Post Thu. Dec. 02, 2010 10:12 am

yo Q-ball,outstanding set up--she's gotta move the heat real well :) does the cold air return just go out the wall or just stay inside the room???

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sta2butler
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Post Sun. Dec. 19, 2010 9:53 am

hitzer 983 , Northwest Indiana

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RAYJAY
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Post Tue. Dec. 21, 2010 11:56 pm

here is my 2 stoves the Harman magnum was a free stove with about 11/2 tons of coal included. the other in my main stoker the 600va Vanwert
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Keepaeyeonit
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Post Wed. Dec. 22, 2010 8:14 pm

this is my Hitzer 983 insert/free standing crossbreed.
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Post Thu. Dec. 23, 2010 11:30 am

Keepaeyeonit wrote:this is my Hitzer 983 insert/free standing crossbreed.
Hi Keepaeyeonit, nice installation. Do you have a fan syst. to blow the air at the back of your stove? Could these grills be connected to central duct work?
Thanks

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Post Thu. Dec. 23, 2010 4:19 pm

This is my Harman TLC-2000. This is my 4th season using in Michigan.
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Sorry about the dark picture

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Post Thu. Dec. 23, 2010 9:51 pm

Hi Nortcan,I was thinking about a fan to blow the air out but I think it's a safety concern and I have my barometric damper behind the right grill
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and did not want to chance sucking fumes out of it, also I have insulation on each side and the back of the stove so it's not real hot in that space.I would not hook it up to any duct because of the flue pipe,If it leaked it would become real deadly,real fast :stretcher:Thanks Barry


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Post Fri. Dec. 24, 2010 8:49 am

Every guy loves twins right? I have twin Keystoker Hearth girls. They are both ebay specials. What I paid for the two, couldn't have gotten one new one for. Am very pleased. About 28 outside. 72 in basement, 74 upstairs. Neither Stoker working very hard.
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The basement twin.
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The upstairs twin

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Post Fri. Dec. 24, 2010 9:24 am

This is a Craigslist find. Wehrle No. 118 In the background is a Montgomery and Ward No. 20 hot water heater. (Mini-boiler)
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Wehrle No. 118 Kitchen Heater

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Post Fri. Dec. 24, 2010 9:39 am

Legendsingray,nice setup :up: , If we ever have a second iceage I'm coming to your house.How much coal do you use and how many sqft are you heating?Thanks Barry

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Post Fri. Dec. 24, 2010 10:03 am

Keepaeyeonit wrote:Legendsingray,nice setup :up: , If we ever have a second iceage I'm coming to your house.How much coal do you use and how many sqft are you heating?Thanks Barry
THANKS! I'm heating about 2000sqft of a 30yr old, 2 story brick home. Right now it seems that I'm burning about 40-60 lbs p/day using both stoves. But I'm still tweaking.

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Post Fri. Dec. 24, 2010 11:58 am

freetown fred wrote:yo Q-ball,outstanding set up--she's gotta move the heat real well :) does the cold air return just go out the wall or just stay inside the room???
Cold air duct from a northern room back to the blower on stove. There are pictures in this thread.

Cold Air Return?

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Post Sat. Dec. 25, 2010 9:08 pm

Christmas fireplace coal fire pics. Burning KY lump coal in northern NY. To keep the fire going 24hours, it only requires between 2-3 5 gallon pails of lump coal. This coal is a high BTU (14,000), low ash(4-6%), high volitile free-burning coal (doesn't "bridge" or melt together at all during combustion). It's a joy to burn, bright flames the entire time, lots of heat, and only occasional tending every 4-5 hours (add a lump or two).
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Post Thu. Dec. 30, 2010 5:33 pm

Painter wrote:Heres my stove a Brunco forced air furnace.Im using mostly anthracite and wood.It burns anthracite nut coal very well using the forced draft. Still experimenting and testing bituminous.
Nice Brunco! I have a 150 hope to post pics soon. These things are amazing! I just switched from cord wood to anthracite. Any tips or suggestions? Thanks!!


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