Re: Woodbruning stove.


I have some suggestions for your new shop, but your email address rejected.
Don Dando

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The stove is to provide heat throughout the shop. Like the fireplace built into a home. Those use fans to circulate the heat. A stove (concrete slab and back (three layers of tile backer board covered with tile) for safety - also holds heat) at the closed end of the shop with the chimney/flue running through the "attic" area. A metal ductwork above/about the flue running the length of the shop attic and vented at the "door" end would allow circulating heated air (another temp controlled fan).
In theory, the duct work should also serve the air-conditioning.

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