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Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by Jan-Sietze, Dec 25, 2018.

  1. alderman

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    Arrow wood stove with my new maul to keep it fed. [​IMG]


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    Made it myself from several branded parts. There was not a lot of information on this kind of system.
    We started of with only the 1000l barrel.
    But that was not nearly enough.
    Only issue we still have, is the extra apartment in our house (where a friend lives on top of our barn) pulls more energie than what you'd expect. Probably to much of a loss in the plumbing and not enought efficient radiatiors.

    But that's also the fun installing stuff in a 150 year old house. You're never done.[​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Little Jotul 602cb in the sitting room hearth. No power house but plenty enough to take the chill off yet not run you out of the room.
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    Rayburn stove 355m, it cooks, gives us hot water, and heats the house via radiators, usually burn from April through to November, and if its not too hot, cook Christmas turkey in Dec, was burning into the 2nd week of Dec this year.
    Use the SAGASCO stove during summer.
    Kitchen is still being renovated, slowly.
     

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    Not running the stove today - it's flippin' 60 degrees outside here in the first day of January. Unreal!

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  7. i picked up an isocore maul last year and love it!
     
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    A friend of mine has that exact stove. Friggin thing is HUGE. You could almost park a Mini Cooper in one.
     
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    This is what I use. IMG_0751.JPG Am in the process of replacing my parents earth stove with a pre-owned osburn 2200. IMG_0097.JPG
     

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    Made in Switzerland?
    Well..., La di da..., lol

    All kidding aside, It is a beautiful install.
     
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    Nice stove. My BIL had one at his old house. Sure did throw the heat and a nice big firebox.

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    How do you like the fiscars maul. My boy wants one. My back wont let me swing one anymore.

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    I’m old enough I know I don’t want to swing it all day but the little bit I’ve used it so far, it works better than my other mauls on the tough stuff. It will be in the truck when I head to the woodlot to break down the bigger rounds before I load them.
    Will know more after I give it some more work, but so far, it is a winner.


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    I cleaned the glass on my Lopi Freedom and I wanted to share the recirculating smoke firing off. I thought that was cool.

     
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    And this is the stove really making heat:
     
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    Here's my Quadrafire. Been burning 24/7 for a week straight. Unusual here in Texas. 20180101_091426.jpg
     
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    Our house had one of these installed to heat the floor. It used internal stainless piping for the converter.
     
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    Cawley Lemay stove purchased in 1977. A bit dusty.
     
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    Just ordered one of those splitters. Had good luck with Fiskars tools. How do you like it?
     
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    They work well but if you don't swing it like you hate it I've found my super splitter will do most things better. But I'm a small guy so that may have something to do with it.
     
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