My pellet silo

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My pellet silo




by PB31320 » 12/12/20, 17:48

For those who are interested, here is my silo working with the suction of my boiler
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Re: my pellet silo




by izentrop » 12/12/20, 18:04

Hello,
What is the make / model of boiler?
It is difficult to see how the suction works, with this double pipe and the pull tab?
You can explain ?
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Re: my pellet silo




by PB31320 » 13/12/20, 15:55

Bj

I have not mastered the order of the photos and I have text that has disappeared ...
The boiler is an okofen therefore with integrated suction. The pipes are connected to the inlet of the probe but outside the silo on the added fittings (photos 8)
The zipper is a just in case for unblocking at the entry of the probe if one day it becomes necessary

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Re: my pellet silo




by izentrop » 14/12/20, 01:24

Ok, at first glance:
The small sheet metal roof protects the suction site from the mass of the pellet, allowing it to flow on either side without clogging.
Suction in the lower mouth, blowing in the upper one, with reverse automatic rinsing cycles.
https://www.froeling.com/fileadmin/cont ... ellets.pdf

It doesn't help me to know that, but if I had to install it, I like to understand how it works, because when it messes, we understand better how to fix it.
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Re: My pellet silo




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 29/12/20, 19:46

For my part, pellets, never (even if the fuel I like). Why ? Because without electricity, no more heating.
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Re: My pellet silo




by phil59 » 29/12/20, 20:29

The juice is not too much of a pb. We know how to do it.

The pb could be more the pellet in itself, in case of big pb ....

The advantage of the pellet, "inexpensive", little very restrictive handling.

It's still not bad.
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