Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by gunny100, Mar 8, 2019.
im looking for a very large wood /coal stove
that would burn all day
When it's really cold out, go outside and look for smoke. Follow the smoke and you'll find the stove.
Ah, but stoves don't burn. I've never seen one burn. It's usually the wood inside that does the burning.
Would be nice to know from where you from....
What type of stove you looking for ?
What about inside wood furnace or outside wood boilers ?
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...
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?
Do a little research on ole gunny before you get all grab-ass.
yep, he likes to throw a thread out,,and disappear...…….
Good to know..
and he wants that woodstove,,,for free,,and delievered to his door.. also help put it in....
you forgot 2 or more free cords of seasoned oak C/S/S to come with the stove.
He forgot to mention it has to be a large wood, coal FREE furnace.
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.
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.
Go big or go home gunny.
to small for me
i need real large stove to burn 40 foot log
Here ya go...
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..
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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