Alvarez Metal Works: I have a 1300sq/ft shop what is poorly insulated. Will this be a good stove
to heat that large of a space? I live in Syracuse, NY were winter temps
regularly get into the single digits and sometime below zero. The stove
would be right smack in the center of the shop. My ideal working temp would
be about 60 degrees at the farthest point inside my shop from the stove.
Right now I have a double barrel stove in there and it works pretty good
but it's not efficient. During a really cold day I have to get a pretty
serious fire going to heat up the shop to the temps I like.
john decoteau: nice work man! rugged, solid, simple.
Drew Donley: I dig your stove invention man.
Tom Skaggs: I like the idea of the no electric stove. I've had pellet stoves for
several years now, and electric failure is the only drawback. I wish you
continued success with your company.
David Januszewski: Will it function using corn as the fuel, pellets are not available in my
Antonia Flores: please help me do the math , one day equal to how much money in pellets
equal to 30 days (one month) for a total of $ ..........a month ?
Ed Ginsberg: what kind of temperature is the stack above the stove. can you exit the flu
out the side wall where the stove may be located what is the btu's on low
for the use in the house.
ETHIOLOGIST1: With such high radiant heat output from the one side, developing a "capture
box" or plenum that can be connected to existing duct work would greatly
improve the efficiency in use for a large space.
outsidethe86: I'm buying a house soon and was thinking about putting a pellet stove in my
basement hooked up to duct work, they should design a capture box for this
stove I would buy it right away.
glendor2: There is a LOT of heat wasted out of the flue (chimney). For a place in
central California, it might not be bad. However, if you live in Minnesota,
you'd need one for every room. A modern gas furnace has flue temperatures
in the 90's. The key to efficiency is a low flue temperature (the ratio of
usable heat to the wasted heat).
wisestove: Great video and a great stove. One informational note the water feature
shown in the video for distilling and heating water is not UL certified @
this time, so it's for outdoors only. What a great price for an EPA and UL
certified 57.9k BTU portable stove! If you have stove questions you can
always post them to the user community @ the manufactures website! Nice job
Gary... Keep up the good work! Kevin Colussi Owner Wise Stove Distributing
lookinforthelightful: Let me do the math.....12 hours on high and 36 hours on low. Assuming we
take 18 hours as the norm and it's $6.50 per bag. That's $260 per month. A
stove heating a 2200 square foot home would need 2 for sure. That's $520
per month.....hmmm....sorry, no sale!!!
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