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54291

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Hi David The “best fuel size” is the size that the gasifier was designed to gasify. “Finely sized fuel” will give poor results in a gasifier designed
redirondog
May 21
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54290

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

OK Pascal, I think I understand the difference. I also understand that fine fuel is better suited than coarse fuel as it has to be carbonized immediately. The
verpro2000
May 21
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54289

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Hi Bruce, I am just guessing but I suspect that when liquefying or softening the lignin, to make a hard, shiny pellet it acts as a lubricant. Once material
sabbadess
May 21
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54288

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Stephen, Great job by those that made it. Just curious why heating the die was necessary to prevent plugging? Do they do this when making much smaller pellet
bruce q
May 21
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54287

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Wow that is an impressive piece of machinery. Stephen, it would be helpful to me and maybe others of you could hyperlink your links. For some reason my
ptech1983
May 20
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54286

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Bruce, It's homemade: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf9_8VfXRt0&list=PL8HndY2XU7Yxd6uLeKjDoTi58Mq5mj9iu&index=30 Stephen ... From: bruce q brc_q@...
sabbadess
May 20
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54285

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Stephen, Would like to see (picture) the pellet mill that is doing this for you. Is it home made or commercial origin? Bruce ... On Fri, 5/19/17,
bruce q
May 20
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54284

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Batch mode means you fill the hopper and run it until it runs out of fuel. My systems are designed to run on soft wood chips. No grate or hopper shakers. Of
A. Olson
May 20
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54283

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

http://thedrizzlergasifier.blogspot.de/2014/01/luk-describes-drizzel-process.html ... -- Mit freundlichen Grüßen / with best regards Pascal Kirchner
Pascal Kirchner
May 19
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54282

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Hi Daniel You are right the chemical process are the same. I only want to say you cannot put pellets or woodchips in your ww2 gasifier. Cause it is not
Pascal Kirchner
May 19
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54281

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Another word to the drizzler and imbert system. The drizzler is exactly the same downdraft gasifier as the Imbert and all the other downdrafters. It has a
verpro2000
May 19
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54280

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Hi Daniel everything is possible if you forget about the ww2 gasifiers. the video you post describing the ww2 gasifiers is great gasifier history. In this time
Pascal Kirchner
May 19
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54279

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Of course you can run a gasifier on pellets for several hours. I can also run my gasifier on soft wood for several hours. But then, the reduction zone begins
verpro2000
May 19
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54278

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

And the pellets did build-up and keep a reduction zone for steady and tar-free operation of an engine???
verpro2000
May 19
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54277

Re: Testing Leaf Pellets

Do you run your own gasifier on steady operation or do you talk about other guys? I just experienced that a lot of stories were told and few can be proved. Few
verpro2000
May 19
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