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HowToDo Question : How to recover heat from a stove pipe ?
Posted: 30 Nov 2010 0:56
I plan to install a wood stove (ADURO 1) to heat not only the dining room in which it will, but also the room above, under the roof, which will be traversed by the exhaust pipe fumes. This hose is traveling over the floor from floor to ceiling. - this will be enough it to heat the room? (Pan of 7-9 kw. Rdc Area: 40 m2, room size 1: 40m2) - and most importantly, this pipe will therefore probably very hot and dangerous (especially for kids!). How to protect it and protect themselves without having to give up heat? Thank you very much in advance for your experiences and your advice!
Posted: 30 Nov 2010 2:31
Fill a watering can always, if punctured it will be harder. For a workpiece idem. Regarding Vent: is it a pipe that goes through the ground and rises to the ceiling in a room presence of children ???? A + Daniel
Posted: 30 Nov 2010 3:34
yes, that's it: the pipe cross floor to ceiling. We'll post a protection, but do not know which would be most appropriate. bushels of risk they do not prevent the heat and passed. Is there any specific products for such cases?. that question?.
thank you !
Posted: 30 Nov 2010 3:40
why do not drill a hole in your ceiling to the room to turn up the heat from the bottom up?? This will be healthier and safer
Posted: 30 Nov 2010 4:43
good night, not enough calories to heat a room of 40m2, but it is also plugs to protect against burns, at least I think? but I leave the floor to the pros.
Posted: 30 Nov 2010 6:39
Cette réponse a aidé l'auteur du sujet.
There is a need for plugs of cement (not red brick packs) and get its steel casing. Bushels and store heat and then returns it as a radiator. With my insert 14kW, the room above ground with a wooden floor, the chimney So that goes in that room of 12m Â², it heats very well and not need additional heating
Posted: 30 Nov 2010 7:43
's response golden hand is fine : if done in workmanlike, you have a good build. good night
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