Sam Del Vecchio wrote:Hi Everybody, I'm installing a 4" Dragon Heater Barrel Build in my little wooden house. The standard clearances for the single-wall stovepipe seem excessive for a rocket heater; and I need to save space. I'm imagining the usual clearances are based on pipes running 500 degrees or more, and that mine will be closer to 200 or less. Can anyone point me toward some information to help me work this out?
I'd also really love to vent it out the back wall at a 45 degree angle; but I've been told that would be asking for trouble.
Thanks for your time,
Pamela Smith wrote:
Here in Canada if we get farm status, for us this is simply selling product from our land every year of 2500.00 gross.
Hester Winterbourne wrote:You can fix nest boxes to trees using garden hose, which will stretch as the tree grows, and you can adjust it as necessary. So, hold a square of ply against the tree, take the hose round and nail it to the board, then fix the electric fence attachments to the board. But I'm not sure it would hold the tension of en electric fence evenly enough on a long run.