John McDoodle wrote:I've seen that mason rocket on youtube before. I love it. Its compact and there is a huge mass in the stove itself, like mine, but I could never afford all those bricks lol.
John McDoodle wrote:Today I got 290 F, 2" above my riser, the sweet spot, where my lid sits, that's like 550 C, broiling oven temps right?
John McDoodle wrote:Stainless will take the heat better than steel I guess, and this liner could be easily replaced anytime if need be, so it would be like a vaccuum filter in the aspect that you can change it whenever you need to, if ever at all.
The video someone shared from bigelow farms, that guy has some stainless parts that have over 200 hours burn time.
I'm not worried too much but I'm just doing this for the longevity of my steel, just incase, and to experiment with "insulative air gaps" and liners
Everyday I seem to make some progress, and I will be making my new pellet burner soon, so stay tuned for more
John McDoodle wrote:HELP?
Can anyone tell me what kind of insulation/fireboard/firebrick is being used here?
Since I'm learning that other people have had steel degrade consistantly, I will use titanium in my riser if this new pellet jet burner makes a lot of heat. I made some progress on the jet-style pellet burner today.
I really want to know what kind of thin firebrick/fireboard this is if anyone can help please?