About: How To Heat House With Hitzer Coal Stove
wow,your stove don't burn much coal! our warm morning coal stove will burn 100 lbs per 24 hrs when it's in the teens out,then again we are heating a 1800 hundreds era brick two story
I find if you open the damper to much and it gets to hot the gasses ignite inside the stove and the gasses scares the crap out of me any suggestions why this happens..
Coal has double BTU s as pellets... go figure...
which type of coal is?
Anthracite or coke?
Get a battery backup for that fan and it's golden.
No mask when handling the ash? Is that smart?
So the heat radiates through the ceiling of your basement to the floor above?
The Earth is flat 😎
Growing up my last job of the day was to fill the stoker, remove the clinkers from the furnace and spread them on the driveway.
The year I was drafted, mom and dad bought a new-fangled central heat and air conditioning system.
Today it’s strange to think that during the summer people slept with the windows open.
Fifty years goes by so fast.
Were did you say you bought your coal iam in chambersburg pa and would like to buy a truck load
I can hear the environmentalists squeal of outrage!!! LMAO
What kind of flue gas cleaning do you have on your combustion stove, I assume you do not burn it in a normal combustion stove.
If you just burn it in a common combustion fire, you help contaminate our common sphere and then your president has a bigger problem than he himself believes.
I work on a large Danish coal-fired power plant and we are subject to strict environmental requirements not to contaminate our common sphere.
I love my coal stove, I burn 3 ton of pea coal a year to heat all winter here in New Hampshire. Sort of same set up I heat the basement and heat radiates though the floor. I burn around 40 pounds a day.
Your burning hard coal?
nice! thanks for the info man. I will be using this in my next project.
Did you say Tremont, PA?
Hey sir. About how much coal do you burn a winter ? Where are u located ? Minnesota will burn more then Tennessee for example
does it heat your house very warm
In the UK we almost exclusively heated with coal until 50 or so years ago. I grew up in the north of England, famed for its coal mining. Even in the 1980's schools etc were heated with local coal. Now, every single deep mine has closed although we still have reserves for hundreds of years. Coal is highly expensive due to the taxes imposed, and now comes from Eastern Europe or Columbia. A shame as good British anthracite is far better quality and virtually smokeless once lit.