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54005

Argos Shirts - Hurry!

Hello woodgassers, If you're coming to the 2016 Indiana Woodgas Meetup in Argos IN, and you want a t-shirt or sweatshirt, you have to order in advance. The
eatmorechili1
May 1
#54005
 
54004

Argos Shirts - Hurry!

Hello woodgassers, If you're coming to the 2016 Indiana Woodgas Meetup in Argos IN, and you want a t-shirt or sweatshirt, *you have to order in advance.* The
Chris Saenz
May 1
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54003

Re: Getting started

APL used the red RTV years back. Jim and I were re-assembling a GEK and I had the idea of using a wire brush in a disk grinder to abrade the RTV off. It worked
ron ohler
Apr 26
#54003
 
54002

Re: Getting started

Hi Stephen. I was referring to builds, Not as a gasket. Flat door ( door glass ) gasket for a wood stove works great as a reuseable gasket between flanges.
Greg Manning
Apr 26
#54002
 
54001

Re: Getting started

Wood Gassers, Most of the time I don't put any sealant on my flange joints. They are just very tight from being welded while they are tightly bolted. They
sabbadess
Apr 26
#54001
 
54000

Re: Getting started

If you need you can use red gasket maker (high temp) on areas NEAR the hearth ( not the hearth itself ) to seal leaks. Black or normal silicone will work
Greg Manning
Apr 26
#54000
 
53999

Re: Getting started

Sent from my iPhone
Brian Hughes
Apr 26
#53999
 
53998

Re: Getting started

Uhg Pete, that was truly (and painfully) funny...
david_baillie68
Apr 25
#53998
 
53997

Re: Getting started

Bill and list. Simple gasification is " THAT EASY" however this is what would be called batch process ( with a clean out after each run or batch ). With that
Greg Manning
Apr 25
#53997
 
53996

Re: Getting started

Pete, I had to chuckle when I read that ;-) But it is so true that we can develop tunnel vision at times ;-) Gordy
Gordon Henry
Apr 25
#53996
 
53995

Re: Woodgas newbie

Thanks Greg! It's good to be here. From: "Greg Manning a31ford@... [WoodGas]" To: WoodGas@yahoogroups.com Sent: Monday, April
Bill Bayer
Apr 25
#53995
 
53994

Re: Woodgas newbie

Greeting Bill ! There are many of us on the list. I for one am simply too busy to post about stuff lately. But do say welcome aboard! Greg Manning On Apr 24,
Greg Manning
Apr 25
#53994
 
53993

Re: Getting started

there's an old engineering saying, when someone wants a project done fast: "Time, Cost, Quality, pick any two". In other words, you can't have it all!!!! So,
frenchcreekhome
Apr 24
#53993
 
53992

Re: Getting started

Just blowing flames through charcoal. It's not that big a deal....sort of. ... From: Bill Bayer bluharo@... [WoodGas] To:
sabbadess
Apr 24
#53992
 
53991

Re: Getting started

Thanks for the welcome and link.It can't be that easy...can it??That's ridiculous... From: "Brian Hughes brian_hughes45@... [WoodGas]"
Bill Bayer
Apr 24
#53991
 
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