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Depending on the configuration of your fire box you can design it so that the grate pivots down with the pull of a pin allowing the engineer to get out of trouble fast in a dire situation. On my Chloe the ash pan pulls out from the side and its supported by a piece of angle iron and a tab so that it...
Hi Jack those look great...how did you make the lens retainer rings? Also how did you drill the holes in the sides of the round body? thanks JeffJBodenmann wrote:With lens retainer rings in place. The little screws are #000-120 x 1/8".
Hi I'm trying to drill a 1/2" hole 3/4" depth in a piece of 1 1/4" alluminum in my lathe...should i predrill before going up to the 1/2"? Also what lube should i use and what rpm should the lathe be turning at? Thank you very much Jeff
Ok due to the nature of my grate, which pivots down, I was able to attach all-thread through the grate and weld a 2 inch by 3 1/2 plate which pivots down with the grate. The plate was angled so that it would cover the bottom two rows of flues. there is approx. 1 inch between the crown sheet and the ...
Mike at Ridgecrest I just installed an arch on my chloe. I would highly recomend the design of one to eventually be put in. This may only be the case on my caol burner but the steaming capabilities have doubled and the flues do not plug solid as quickily, as rocks don't fly over the arch.