It's funny you mention that. My neighbor (a die hard steam guy that gave
me some pointers on the construction) we over when I was test burning some
we got to talking and we can't figure out the best way to use/save/recycle
this energy. Damn, I wish I could bottle it up at store it!
"Did you exchange, a walk-on part in the war, for a lead role in a cage?"
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And the reason you are not thinking about piping this heat into the house
for the winter is . . .?
> Many people are suggesting that I sell the wood. Well, I've had it
> on the internet for over a year. pics, dimensions, descriptions.
> I've had people come out and look at it and I've sent samples all over.
> Turns out that this wood isn't worth it. (most of the demand is on the
> west coast and it costs to much to ship it out there.)
> I've sent letters to companies that do this stuff and it seems that no
> wants to do this anymore. If anyone know of someone in the NJ/PA/NY
> that will do it, I'll be more than happy to give the wood away!
> FWIW, I had a "test burn" tonight with the oil tank. it came out great!
> It is a "Junkyard Wars Special". Made from 1 oil tank, 2 old bed
> frames and a 6" pipe. It's stable, can be moved easy with the loader
> it cranks!
> It burns wood like a blast furnace. In fact, I need to beef up my
> because it melted the metal grate I had!
> I've gone through about 5 yards of material in no time. It shouldn't
> long to finish this stuff up!
> "Did you exchange, a walk-on part in the war, for a lead role in a
> R Waters.
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