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hello everyone i am working on my first gas forge which is a used central heating furnace converted into a forge. my father helped me construct it since he is an engineer and has some experience from working with central heating over the years. now i am starting to doubt my decision to use the furnace since is has a lot of excess metal on it which might absorb a lot of heat from the fire. At the begging we constructed a burner using a video from you-tube from David Hammer which was good for a first one but didn't have the capacity to heat such a large chamber. then we decided to build it from
Hey guys, I built two burners this week after work. Both are 3/4". One is a Ron Reil style with the mig tip mod. The other is my interpertation of a hybrid style ...except not as nice ...or as good functioning but I did it anyways lol....What i would like to get is some opinion on flames of each burner. I know what i think but i am curious to learn what others see. My goal here is education for myself and being able to build the best burner that i can. I am also open to any suggestions or critiques. I do not have any psi info on the flames in question because i have them each running o
I've been working on my first gasser and I would appreciate any advice before I wrap and cast the refractory. What I'm working with: Ceramic Fiber Spun Blanket, Temperature Rating 2300°F - 1" thick Vesuvius Hot Top Moldit Plistix 900f IR 1 inch forge/foundry burner (An 1" wide, 16 1/2" long atmospheric burner 0.45 mig welding tip and sliding choke) An old propane tank Uses: Light foundry work Pattern welding General purpose forging I've got an idea of what I'm doing, and have had a chance to talk to a few local folks to get their opinions before starting the project. I bought the