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burning coal in a -fuel stove - Singletrack Magazine

Make a wood fire first and let the wood burn down to a nice bed of hot ashes then add 4 or 5 coals, then 1 piece of wood every hour or so. The coal lasts about 6 hours and you barely burn any wood. Take care. coal burns too hot for a -fuel stove. I use a layer of coal everyday on ours as it provides a good bed.

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Sweep's Library - Burning coal or pellets in a wood stove

If you add corn or pellets to the fire in a wood or coal stove, where there is no combustion blower to create a bellows effect, they simply won't burn completely, leaving much of their fuel value (and tons of unburned clinkers) in a pile in the firebox.

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Real Facts About Anthracite Coal - Leisure Line Stove Company

Modern day Anthracite coal burning stoves and furnaces, such as those from Leisure Line, are engineered to burn cleaner and can be used in areas of the country where wood stoves are restricted due to air pollution and forest fire risk from flaming embers from chimneys.

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Can I Burn Wood in My Coal Stove?

Sep 27, 2011 · My understanding is that you can burn wood in a coal stove but not the other way a round. Coal stoves are thicker steel (or cast iron) coal burns hotter, so the wood should not be a problem in the coal stove.

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burning coal in a -fuel stove - Singletrack Magazine

Coal doesn't burn too hot for a fuel at all unless it's a cheapie stove! As a seasoned veteran of all things burning is if you're struggling to get the flames on just half latch the ...

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How to Start a Coal Fire in an Old-Fashioned Potbellied Stove

Building and maintaining a coal fire in a potbellied stove can be a challenge if you've never done it before, but the warmth and glowing rewards are worth the effort. Open the flue and the draft control on your potbellied stove as oxygen is needed to get the fire burning.

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How To Operate an Anthracite Coal Stove | Champaign Coal ...

A deep bed of coal will always burn more satisfactory than a shallow bed. Control the heat output of the stove by the amount of air (draft controls), not by the amount of fuel in the unit. When the deep bed of coal is completely ignited, the draft control should be set to the desired heat output.

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Burning wood in a coal stove (Hitzer) | Hearth Forums Home

Feb 09, 2008 · Wood burning stoves and coal burning stoves are designed differently, mostly in air intake and exhaust output, to maximize efficiency in burning their respective fuel. For best results, wood likes incoming air at and above the level of the flames while coal likes it below its level of the bed.

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Burning Coal in Wood Stove | ThriftyFun

Aug 05, 2009 · Burning Coal in Wood Stove. Once a month I would shut down the stove and clean it out then clean the house of coal dust. At the end of the heating season I would clean out the stove and also take down the flue pipe and clean out the ash build up to ready the stove for the next heating season. After 25 years the stove died because...

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Burning coal video | Chubby Coal Stove

For safety sake, never use any wax logs or easy light charcoal products, petroleum fire starters etc. to start any wood or coal stove. It can cause a dangerous puff back or flames exiting the door when you open it. Use only paper and kindling wood to start your Coal .

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Coal in a wood burning stove? | Welcome to the ...

Oct 06, 2009 · RedHairedBonnie Well-Known Member. If your wood stove has a good layer of fire clay in it you could do it...however, as stated above, coal burns much hotter, and can burn through a wood stove. The need for a shaker grate was already mentioned. To just put a few pieces on the wood stove, it will fall through the wood grate,...

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How to Light a Coal Fire: 7 Steps - instructables

Add a little at the back, or the sides, or in the centre. Coal needs time to warm up, if you smother the fire with cold-coal you'll kill the lovely heat, and it will take longer to burn up. pile it up around the edges, when it starts burning: poke and rake it into the centre gradually.

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Fireplace Store - Coal Burning Stoves - Wood / Coal Stoves

Coal, on the other hand, requires a draft from beneath the coal bed in order to burn. The shaker grate exists to allow this draft to come in and shakes so that ash falls down into the bottom of the stove, to be removed, instead of clogging the grate. There are some benefits of choosing coal over wood.

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Coal Burning Stoves & Wood Stoves - Ships Free

Coal Burning Stoves. But what happens if you don't have a good supply or you run out before the winter is over? It is to your advantage to install a stove that will also burn coal. Coal can be a clean fuel that burns evenly and consistently. The flexibility of being able to choose wood or coal is a plus.

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Can I put coal in the wood burner? - Mumsnet

If you're burning coal and wood then you only need a couples of shovels of coal underneath your wood. This is how I use my stove, light it with paper and kindling, once it gets burning, a shovel of coal and some small logs. Once that gets established a couple more shovels of coal and a couple of larger logs.

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Burning Coal in Wood Stove | ThriftyFun

Aug 05, 2009 · Burning Coal in Wood Stove. Once a month I would shut down the stove and clean it out then clean the house of coal dust. At the end of the heating season I would clean out the stove and also take down the flue pipe and clean out the ash build up to ready the stove for the next heating season. After 25 years the stove died because...

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How do I get my Harman coal stove to burn all the coal to ...

Dec 12, 2017 · Cannot be certain of the problem from your description, but coal is seldom pure. Depending on the type of coal and location in the seam there may be more or lesser amounts of minerals in the coal. Minerals don't burn.

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Types of Coal Stoves | HowStuffWorks

Batch or hand fired coal stoves are more "hands on," hence the name. You have to load the coal into the fireplace yourself, much like a wood stove. Once your fire is burning, you'll have to check on it every 12 hours or so to keep it going [source: Podschelne ].

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Can you burn wood in a coal burning stove - answers

If you burn wood in a coal burning stove, it is not advisable to burn coal in that same stove. The problem is that the wood puts creosote into the chimney, which has to be cleaned out.

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Top 3 Best Harman Coal Stoves - Complete Buyer's Guide

You can use stove coal, nut or plea to burn and easily remove ashes. It has patented Harman Grate System that allows you to shake the ashes into the ash pan. It comes in a range of colors and you can choose from either brass or black doorframe.

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