Ezra Beaton wrote:Can you clarify please what the %eta datapoint (red) represents? I'm assuming overall burn efficiency but I'd like to be sure. Is there a standardized formula for calculation or does your tester output this point itself?
Glenn Littman wrote:Two questions
- The stove pipe is 6" single wall up to the point that it reaches the metal drop ceiling, then it changes to an insulated double wall pipe. Will the 6" stove pipe dictate (limit) the size of the heater or will is be sufficient for the 8" batchrocket that you suggest?
Glenn Littman wrote: - We live at 8,000' (2,400+ meters) ASL, will this have any bearing on the design to allow for less oxygen or air density?
Glenn Littman wrote:The shop now features a comfy seating area, a dining room table, bar, a food processing area, and a bunkhouse for guests to stay. The house is only 800 sq ft so we live in the shop area as much as we are in the house, so long answer to your question… yes, we are in the shop everyday throughout the day. Having a heat source that has sufficient thermal mass to retain heat through the night would be awesome.