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Old 06-14-2010, 08:34 AM
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Default Re: Ash dump

Thank you for the input. I formed out the ash pit to the far/rear of the oven conforming to the standard cast iron ash dump available from the masonary supply house in the perlite insulation and concrete slab. The front and back of the stand are partioned to separate the ash (in the rear) from wood storage (in the front). Then installed a standard cast iron 9X9 inch ash access way door for emptying. This gives the alternative to sweep & scoop in the conventional fashion or sweep down the dump.

Hope this doesn't affect the heat retention/efficiency adversely. Before I close it up, I will have to make sure the door opening is sufficient for future access. Glosta
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