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Re: Higher efficiency conventional build scotch type
« Reply #45 on: September 14, 2016, 08:52:26 AM »

One last update on this project, for me anyways.

We have sold the farm so perhaps the new owner will post!

Over the summer the only thing I changed was the blower/damper setup. I didn't like the damper flap on the outside of the blower because when the boiler idles, the smoke can condense into creosote on the blades of the blower and blower internals.
So I've put a damper flap between the blower and the air intake. Also, I can adjust the amount of air that goes into the primary or secondary air intake by raising or lowering the damper/blower setup on the flange.
Sorry for the blurry pics, my phone doesn't have a great camera!

I'll still check back on here once and a while too, this won't be my last boiler!

In Liberty
Ben



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