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im looking for an very large wood stove coal or wood

Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by gunny100, Mar 8, 2019.

  1. gunny100

    gunny100 ArboristSite Guru

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    im looking for a very large wood /coal stove

    that would burn all day
     
  2. Mike Hunterts

    Mike Hunterts "Little man"

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    When it's really cold out, go outside and look for smoke. Follow the smoke and you'll find the stove.
     
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    unclemoustache My 'stache is bigger than yours.

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    Ah, but stoves don't burn. I've never seen one burn. It's usually the wood inside that does the burning.
     
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    Gugi47 ArboristSite Hit Man

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    Would be nice to know from where you from....
     
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    Marley5 ArboristSite Operative

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    What type of stove you looking for ?
    What about inside wood furnace or outside wood boilers ?
     
  6. york

    york ArboristSite Operative

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    I spent time looking for a large stove myself and 3 cu/ft seems to be about it..Qudrafire has one that is 4.5 cu/ft, but it has a wall thermostat and some electronic crap in it...
     
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    I would rather have two small stoves than one big one. Especially if I had a big house! Anyway there are lots of big stoves on the market but maybe not close to you, so where do you make your abode?
     
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  8. Mike Hunterts

    Mike Hunterts "Little man"

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    Do a little research on ole gunny before you get all grab-ass.
     
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    yep, he likes to throw a thread out,,and disappear...…….
     
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    Good to know..
     
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    and he wants that woodstove,,,for free,,and delievered to his door.. also help put it in....
     
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    farmer steve outstanding in my field, 5150

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    you forgot 2 or more free cords of seasoned oak C/S/S to come with the stove.
     
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    He forgot to mention it has to be a large wood, coal FREE furnace. :yes:
     
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  14. anlrolfe

    anlrolfe Honor GOD, Country and Corps

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    What's the layout of your house?
    Do you have a basement?
    Where is your chimney/flue access?
    All new system or retrofit.

    Growing up we had a circulator style stove with poor efficiency. New designs like the US Stove Wonderwood use secondary air to improve efficiency. These are big. You can get bigger if you go with a wood furnace type product.
     
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    Local heavy equipment shop in town has the largest stove I've ever seen. They load 6' log length into it using a fork lift. When you have a welder you can decide how big a stove you want.
     
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    Go big or go home gunny.
     
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  17. gunny100

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    to small for me

    i need real large stove to burn 40 foot log
     
  18. brenndatomu

    brenndatomu Hey you woodchucks, quit chucking my wood!

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    There's a guy locally that built his stove to hold a pallet of wood. Loads it with forklift. I don't know if that's a good idea..
     
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    There are some sawmills that burn bundles of slabs in home made boilers. A guy I used to know used to burn the cardboard bales of recycled cardboard to heat a chicken barn. 2 or 3 fit in his at a time and only needed when the chicks were young for a week or two.
     
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