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Default 22 Advance Heating Surface

I am working on getting a 22 Advance lap seam through the inspection process and was wondering if anyone had already calculated heating surface. I don't have the engine right near so it would be a great help

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Old rule of thumb is 10 sqft of heating surface / hp. Your advance likely has about 220 sqft of heating.
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Per Advance brochure for a 20/22 hp Universal: 32" barrel. Firebox 49" X 27" 35" above grates. 46 2" flues. You can take it from there.
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Straw burner or coal burner? There is a difference in tube size. And also the water arch.
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