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This is so cool.

I used similiar chimney pipe parts for a heat riser and it cracked the very first time I fired it so Im curious how you managed with that material choice
 
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fraser stewart wrote:This is so cool.

I used similiar chimney pipe parts for a heat riser and it cracked the very first time I fired it so Im curious how you managed with that material choice

Well that one i couldn't keep. It went to the skip. But on my main stove i have used schiedel tubes, and they're slowly dying.  These can be used for prototyping. But not for long term stoves.

Peter might have found better than what i use.

https://donkey32.proboards.com/post/36699/thread
 
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