Duff bogen on thu 10 jan 08
Hey Lee any data on how the blowers for these systems are sized? Olsen, in his Kiln Book
refers to them as Denver type burners but dosen't mention how airflow is determined.
Maggie Jones wrote:
This is Soldner's idea only instead of a small tube feeding oil in front
of the pipe a simple little rod is welded at a 45 degree onto the end of
the 2" pipe to allow a drop of oil to roll down in front. ...2 rods if
you want to make a channel. A reversed vacumn cleaner is what we have
used...found that at the dump someone tossed it because the cord was
frayed, easily fixed.
Soldner had a suitcase he took to workshops with this burner in it.(w/o a
start with wood and when the firebox is hot enough start blowing the oil
in. waste oil or diesel and even a drop of water to add a litle oxygen.
On Wed, 9 Jan 2008 14:27:44 +0900 Lee Love
> I saw an oil burner on the web that used a larger pipe with a small
> tube going into it to feed the oil. At one end of the big pipe was
> leaf blower or something similar.
> Many noborigama in Japan were switched over to compressed
> air oil burners for the firebox. Wood is only used in the
> Lee in Mashiko, Japan
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James and Sherron Bowen on thu 10 jan 08
Maybe you could start here. Might not be pertinent, but...
Oil burner with co-ordinated air and oil valves
DENVER FIRE CLAY COMPANY
----- Original Message -----
From: "Duff bogen"
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2008 12:10 PM
Subject: Lee in Mashiko Re: Burning oil in a wood kiln
> Hey Lee any data on how the blowers for these systems are sized? Olsen,
> in his Kiln Book
> refers to them as Denver type burners but dosen't mention how airflow is