Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by mn woodcutter, Oct 21, 2014.
Shop stove and a hot dog. It's a piece of AK pipeline, 4ft round about 7ft long, 5/8" thick.
Hey Valley, How long will the stove shop hold a fire.On a different note,how much wood do you sell a year??
Sauna is ready to go!
A combination of black ash, birch, and virgin white pine provided this heat.
Late 70s early 80s Lopi 380, got it off craigslist years ago. Was dirty, rusted, broken firebricks. Restored it and put it into service...it's a great stove. Small, but heats our home just fine.
5-6 hours. ~8 hours if will fill it right full. Just burn poplar and scraps in it though.
Do about 500 cords a year between bulk wood and campfire bundles.
If it hits 85* I'm about passing out, never mind 230*! Could make a pot of soup in there!
Not sure if I have posted this before or not but here it is anyway
How do you like your Charmaster kingofgeeks??
My view from the sofa. Look right to the dinning area and
Look slightly left and..
Not much going on there, it just got very low before I put the last couple of splits on for tonight.
Ahhh.... Yes..... That's better
Here is ours, Vermont casting. We live in a log home that was built way before power hand tools were invented. Happy Holidays!
I fired back up today. Cold front went through last night. Dropped from 60 to upper 30’s with north winds. This is a Lennox Hearth Country Stove. Had it 10 years or so. Been a great stove, no catalyst but secondary burn tubes
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1978 All Nighter Big Moe! All ducted into my forced hot air ducts, soon to have a magic heat and dual blowers, and it will take a 30" log. Heats my 2 story 3000 sqft house in Maine from the basement like a champ and will burn for 18+ hours if you run it right with the right wood. This things so big and heavy it actually keeps throwing heat after the fires burnt out which is great cause it keeps me warm while I'm relighting it haha. Ive burned wood my whole life and run a lot of stoves and this one is by far my favorite. It's been burning for about 45 days or longer straight now so it's a little dirty.
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I'd post a picture, but I'm a little embarrassed of my stove compared to some of the nicer ones I'm seeing here. We have a early 90's era Dutch Midwest Federal Airtight. The side door casting hinge broke off and the previous owners attached a flange of some sort so it's functional.
This is actually our second winter burning wood for heat, we didn't buy this place until the summer of 16'.
Eventually I'd like the replace it and the crappy tile hearth with a more modern stove and a slab of soapstone.
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