Jerry Ward wrote:Can someone point me to the " Kiko's clever heat-exchanger" that is mentioned?
Lasse Holmes wrote:If your needs are such then it might be reasonable. Hopefully you'd be able to use some of that initial hot radiant heat to do something other than heat the outdoor air! If you can pipe the exhaust directly without a "barrel" through the wall and into mass inside it will be a significant amount of heat kept inside although you will need a high temperature capable wall pass through scene (like excell) and the first bit of mass will be subject to high stresses. Perhaps you might enlighten us as to why you have such needs? canyon
Peter gallo wrote:My RMH design does include outside placement of the feed tube... but eventually to be partially enclosed/ sheltered and hidden from street view. The barrel will be inside of existing fireplace so that it can be hidden if we feel that is necessary, as well. The vent would also be inside of this partially enclosed shelter so as to protect from wind and to keep it warm.
Dale Look wrote:That and who wants to go outside in the cold to tend the stove?
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