Yep - Another Momma Bear

Discussion in 'Non-EPA Woodstoves and Fireplaces' started by Born2Burn, Aug 23, 2021.

  1. Born2Burn

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    WeldrDave ,

    What temp would you say is appropriate to run this unit at? I'm used to watching the stove pipe, but since I'm using this double all its a whole different ball game.

    Burning my "smoke the house out with paint fumes test fire" and boy I'll tell ya what - this unit is going to be a serious heater!!!

    This double wall is really nice I can just about lay my hand on it where it attaches to the masonry chimney/stainless liner. I have about 8' of pipe before it enters the thimble.
     

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    Neighbors be like WTH! :startled: :rofl: :lol: :thumbs:
    Is that a probe type thermo, or just a mag type on the pipe? Probe type is what you want for doublewall...
     
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    Don't worry, 98% of them are! :)
    Leave it alone! Does it stand up fine?
    Always! Do it every 3 to 5 years!
    Yup!
     
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    I pipe temp and a side temp, don't worry so much about the stove, keep the flue/pipe about 400ยบ. That's prime burning for that stove! :cool:
     
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