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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of misfiring »Sunday August 17, 2014, 11:36 am

I had always associated black carbon with excessively wet wood or incorrect air supply during combustion. I was not aware that it also gets away with burning treated wood.
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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of glorious »Sunday 17th August 2014, 12:02 pm

@berni: That was meant more like that in a grown neighborhood
Sometimes it is more tolerant when the neighbor sets up a fire bowl,
that was not related to burning waste wood ...

And the wood in the picture is not hazardous waste.
The glaze looks like carbibol (not carbolineum !!!),
you can almost drink that stuff, it's made on a water basis ...



By the way, old railway sleepers are not hazardous waste under certain conditions,
but only to be disposed of as timber.
Depends on how old they are and how long they were outside.
Here a piece of land was once auctioned off where there were definitely 2-300 pieces since the beginning of the 80s.
As a result, the estimated value of the property fell according to the appraisal.
The buyer really got a bargain,
because all the beams could be taken to the landfill as normal at no extra cost.
Was it because they were exposed to the weather for more than 20 years without protection
and that would officially not pose any further danger.
Afterwards, many of them bit themselves in the Arsxx because they didn't buy it
A five-digit amount was shown in the report as the official disposal costs,
but in the end only the fuel costs for the landfill


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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of misfiring »Sunday August 17, 2014, 12:33 pm

Neighborhood is a matter of luck anyway. Regardless of whether it has grown or not. You can always be unlucky and it doesn't fit and then the neighbors are annoyed by the fly on the wall.

In the past, the plots were much larger, especially in the country, so you were more to yourself. In today's new development areas, people live close together. It goes without saying that behaviors that didn't bother anyone in the past are much more likely to become a nuisance today.

@glorf:

I'm impressed that you can even tell from the poor quality photo what the wood was probably treated with. I can only say that it is some kind of glaze, but nothing more than that.
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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of glorious »Sunday August 17, 2014, 12:40 pm

Glaze = treated

You can see the cut edges or the split posts.
Carbinoleum (the old, poisonous stuff) goes in much deeper.
I was employed in a small chemical shop a good 10 years ago
where, among other things, concentrates for wood protection glazes were produced ...
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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of misfiring »Sunday August 17, 2014, 12:44 p.m.

Already clear, but you can even see which type of glaze was used.
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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of glorious »Sunday August 17, 2014, 12:47 pm

Not exactly which, but with a very high probability a water-based one ...

The nose must also be renewed for a long time if exposed to the weather.
The old ones used to last for many years ...


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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of misfiring »Sunday 17th August 2014, 1:05 pm

That's true. But at that time you also got an insane headache when painting. If you burn the boards coated with it, the corresponding pollutants will surely come out of the chimney even after 20 years.
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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of glorious »Sunday August 17, 2014, 2:57 pm

The old stuff was also often stretched with waste oil.
In the 80s, every third person did the oil change at home.
Our old garden fence was also painted with something like that.
As a child you couldn't answer that in the summer,
always gave badly black paws ...


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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of misfiring »Sunday August 17, 2014, 3:18 pm

But it lasted forever. From an environmental point of view, of course, this is more than questionable.

Are there still such glazes?

When working with it, it was also wise to wear gloves. The stuff irritated the skin massively and you could hardly get the color off your hands.
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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of plinse »Tuesday August 26, 2014, 6:05 am

misfire wrote:Well what is really solid wood? Just a normal wooden fence, a few posts, two crossbeams and then the fence boards screwed on.

Great calorific value will not come around, I know that too. Wouldn't be for heating alone, but rather to put a piece of it in with it every now and then.

But if you mostly think it's no good, then I'll keep my hands off it, there will be a reason.

Thank you.



Yep ...

The reason is this:

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Anyone who misuses his wood-burning stove as a private waste incinerator only makes it unnecessarily easy for opponents of wood-fired heating to initiate new reprisals. Why, for example, has Greece suffered so much from the increased consumption of wood?
Sure, people have a short-term financial problem, then they just turn to wood and not gas / oil. The real problem, however, was the short-term nature and not just heating with wood. In other words, the wood was not deposited / dry. So it was not heated much and smelled all the more and that partly in a densely populated area.

Pictures of smoked valleys, ... we had here several times in the forum.

The energy content of old fences painted with tar oil is great, but the smoke is immense and depending on the area where you live, you have new opponents for the wood heater ...
Very few live on single farms where nobody notices what they are heating. In the village you can still live with it if every 10th wood heater is an idiot, in the city you have smog .

So there are regulations for everyone
He should dispose of his fence. The vulture knows what it was once deleted. When I think of my parents' wooden house, it will never rot. Built in the early 70s and painted every 3-5 years until the 90s with glazes that are no longer available. The wood is hazardous waste for disposal .
Or here at my house - I took over the fence, you can still see the tar oil on it. The stakes are bare in the ground and do not rot just what does that mean when you have to dispose of it
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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of Hotzenwald logger »Tuesday August 26, 2014, 7:12 am

glorf wrote:He should just burn it outside in a fire bowl / basket in the evening, done ...



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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of glorious »Tuesday, August 26, 2014, 10:24 am

Hotze, they are used to make roast chickens
And what else should a firewood man have his helmet for ...


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Re: Can the fence be heated? If so, dry it?

of 7sleeper »Wednesday August 27, 2014, 6:17 pm

So obviously you all still had bridles made from Laerche! Even after a decade nothing rots apart from the sapwood!

And shiny soot etc. can be prevented quite well when the fireplace is already warm. Then something won't settle down so quickly.

Regarding atrocities, one should just wait for the reloading time after sunset. When the chimney is already warm, the smoke draws up very nicely! Unless you are unlucky and there is currently inversion weather ...
But to recommend to burn something in a fire bowl where everyone sits around with the goschen ...

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