Types of wood and burn times

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Re: Types of wood and burn times

Postby reaper » Mon Mar 02, 2015 8:32 am

Yes but my bigger 16 inches long stove will not be from me...i don't have enought time at this time of the year so i bought one from a fellow Canuck.


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Re: Types of wood and burn times

Postby reaper » Mon Mar 02, 2015 6:33 pm

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Re: Types of wood and burn times

Postby reaper » Sun Mar 08, 2015 5:32 pm

Grant wrote:
Raper wrote:
kevin_t wrote:Oak will be great , wish I could use it regularly. Best burn times I have heard are using compressed wood like Eco Logs. I heard someone say they had coals 9 hrs later and only reloaded once in a night


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confirmed at 100% Kevin,ecologs makes more btu,the stove i used yesterday is 11 inches long and 8 1/2 large and i put 1+1/2 log into it and i end-up without boots,beanie and jacket really quickly(less than 15 minutes) with a temp -16Celcius outside.So i can imagine with my new stove of 16 inches long those logs will heat a tipi quick and nicely.

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In my new stove with open damper at half,one eco log chrono at 2h30 burning time.
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Re: Types of wood and burn times

Postby Flint Blaze » Tue Sep 29, 2015 11:43 am

Pitch wood is quite weathered looking but solid dense smelly.Fresh tinder shavings infinite with ease.
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Types of wood and burn times

Postby RichardVincent » Wed Dec 16, 2015 3:02 am

A cord of Oak will burn about 29 Million BTU’s, and is one of the better (more efficient) types of wood to heat with. Oak is very hard and dense, and will burn for a long time compared with many others.
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Re: Types of wood and burn times

Postby sisdarkside » Mon Jan 04, 2016 3:46 am

Easy to read, it is updated throughout most of the site
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