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tiz
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Stoker Coal Boiler: Axeman Anderson 130
Coal Size/Type: Pea
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Location: Central,PA

Post Sun. Dec. 08, 2013 1:09 pm

I am installing an Axeman-Anderson 130 boiler in my garage and tieing it in with my oil boiler to keep the oil boiler as a back up. Since the attached garage has no chimney I plan to go with a stainless steel insulated chimney through an outside wall. My question is how high does the chimney have to be with an A&A 130. All input greatly appreciated.

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Carl in PA

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Rob R.
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Post Sun. Dec. 08, 2013 2:13 pm

Welcome to the forum. I think the AA manual recommends at least 15 feet. I would prefer a masonry chimney over the stainless.


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Berlin
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Post Sun. Dec. 08, 2013 4:22 pm

I second the masonry. materials cost will be less than stainless, and, often the costs to pay someone else to build will be on par with stainless - benefit being it will last more than a few seasons.

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