Lisa Orr wrote:.
Someone tell me if this is the same effect as the RMH exit chamber tunnel that burns up the creosote that would stick in a regular stovepipe or chimney?
Or, where does the extra smoke get burned in a RMH? In the j tube? In the barrel bell or eventually in the chimney/bench/mass chamber?
Lisa Orr wrote:Excited to learn that part of the J tube gets up to 2500! If we can move and collect that heat in the larger box kiln box/cylinder to achieve high temps and somehow combust all the smoke/carbon etc that would be amazing! Right now I am still thinking that we need to have several j tubes feeding one kiln to get the whole thing up to 2000-2400 but excited to learn what is possible.
Lisa in MA