Oneida Royle Wood Coal Stove

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deljuju
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Stove/Furnace Make: Oneida Royle

Post Sun. Jun. 01, 2008 1:45 pm

I have a Oneida Royle Wood Coal Furnace I have been thinking about try coal this fall anybody else have one of these?

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Post Sun. Jun. 01, 2008 3:48 pm

iDo you have a link to the manufacturer's site?? or is this an old unit?? or, is this an Outdoor wood/coal boiler??

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deljuju
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Post Tue. Jun. 03, 2008 6:09 pm

Its old but in great shape.Its a indoor forced air wood/coal furnace.The fire box is brick lined 28" long.The draft inducer is under the grate.


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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 8:46 pm

I have the option to buy one for $50... everything there needs rebricked and I don't know what the pipe on the inside is supposed to look like, I don't know if it is a home made pipe or what but everything else looks good the fire bricks look like they are one piece and very long..I can find no info on this unit online..anywhere. its an Oneida-Royal LCW 101 Coal Miner
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Ndcoal
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Hand Fed Coal Furnace: Shelter 2626
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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 9:16 pm

Does it have a push / pull rod for secondary burn efficiency?

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 9:23 pm

not that im aware of.. I looked at it this evening a friend has it in his garage not using it he had got it from someone else, all I can tell you is the big squirrelcage blower on leftt side and draft inducer on the rear under the chimney connector, I am pretty sure it dosent have that though
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Ndcoal
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Hand Fed Coal Furnace: Shelter 2626
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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 9:38 pm

Well it must be something like a us stove? But the draft blower makes it better than a hot blast I think. Hot blasts are like 400-600 bux on Craig's near me. Seems like a deal except they're hard to move, but if you got the space, strong hands or equipment, maybe. Even if u don't use it, you could resell or maybe sell for scrap lol. Furnaces are darn heavy!!

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 11:33 pm

i wondered how the hotblast would perform using our western pa bit... tractor supply has a sale going on for the small version of the hot blast for $849 I was thinking bout just buying a new one all together or save a few bucks fixing this one up. If I can get up to my friends house again ill take a pic of inside maybe the brick fused together they just seem long
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Ndcoal
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Hand Fed Coal Furnace: Shelter 2626
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Post Sat. Feb. 01, 2014 12:41 am

I'm burning lignite, lower grade of coal than bit. Using draft blower and secondary burn feature, I do not get smoke out my chimney! I've got a shelter 2626 which is same as fire chief, both us stove makes I believe. I've seen Clayton and some other similar furnaces with the secondary burn push pull shaft above furnace door like mine. Probably, over the long haul, it's worth it in burned coal savings to pay more for one of these, or DS machines amish made units that have the preheated secondary air for extra burn. I bet DS units would be great for bit! Only seen positive comments on them.

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