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Old 07-06-14, 02:59 AM   #1
Bicycle Bob
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Default Wood Stove + condensing water heater?

Could I use a standard or even obsolete wood stove to feed hot flue gas into a condensing heat exchanger, preferably adapted from a gas-fired appliance, with draft provided by a fan on the exhaust side?

Would I be better off to spray water into the flue gas, since I only want it for a circulating hot-water heating system for the far room? The circulating pump could feed the spray head, with the ph controlled with ash or fresh water.

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