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Batchbox chimney from start to finish on a single load.

 
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Anyone ever video this?  Or document this time stamp style?
 
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I’ve never done any of my batch boxes, but I used to be a Beta tester for a Northeastern US wood stove manufacturer and did a time lapse of a 16 hour burn with locust. Not much applicability here but it was fun and fascinating nonetheless.


And lodge pole pine.
 
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These are cool to watch.  Peter has done one on his batch box as well.  Also really fun, but i was looking to see what the exhasut looked like in daylight i.  For instance i know the first bit it may smoke for a little while due to start up.  I am curious how it looks from second 1 through the transition to where it starts to burn clean and clear.  It may be much to ask, but i thought there is a good possibility it has been done.  
 
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