pls., with time do we get significant deposits (soot, tar) on the air preheating coils and the outside of the pyrolysis chamber? If that is the case, how significantly does the deposit affect the heat to the fuel and the air? How often does one have to clean if that is the case?
Air Preheating Coil Maintenance
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Posted 18 January 2013 - 08:36 PM
From what I've seen of the pictures on this site, proper operation should leave little residue on the coils. Hot operation will burn off tars and they will end up in the filter. Little or no cleaning should be necessary under proper operation.
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