I would have posted everything here, but there are image size and number limitations that made it impractical.
How to improve your Shaver wood boiler
At $10/hr you might be better off just working at a gas station or something like that. That is just barely above minimum wage for some pretty...
I'm still debating on if I want to try it. might just place an order and see how she does. you could tie a string to the counter weight and give...
How about this, 6" galvanized and only $14.95:
I've had two sections of the insulated pipe on for well over a year. The pipe just barely slides down over the original chimney and I have it...
I silicone a rope in for my new door seal, will see if it lasts longer than the silicone alone.
Haven't had any problems with mine.
Looking to buy 3-4 full size (7-10 cord) unseasoned hardwood delivered to north eastern Connecticut. Easy access and open space for turn...
It is a crime to receive stolen property, take your saw back.
Have you added any inlation to the Shaver? There is zero insulation under the boiler and not enough on the sides. You may find you can...
water need not boil to steam (think shower). I have a Shaver boiler and had lots of problems loosing water because of steam until I discovered a...
What blower are you using, and where did you get it?
building up a good bed of coals makes a huge difference. I noticed if I pack mine full for a couple days, then just load normally it has no...
Where did you hear that? I'd love to see it in writing.
Sure glad mine's in a shed now, I'll just call it my indoor wood boiler :)
Nobody near me to complain about any smoke anyway.
would you mind posting the parts you used and a diagram of how you have everything tied together?
I was considering a similar setup, but also adding an ambient air temp setting to the mix. What model Ranco did you use?
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