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Above is a photo of
Fireview Catalysts being oxidized at Woodstock Soapstone Company (April 2022) prior
to being coated. The oxidation
process creates an aluminum oxide (Al2O3) layer on the
surface of the FeCrAl Ferritic Stainless Steel used to build Woodstock
below is Part 3 of Tom Morrissey’s review of the NESCAUM
3 questions whether any stove can be successfully tested
with with the new IDC method (now ALT-140) and achieve less
than 2.0 g/hr emissions and greater than 75% HH..
Linked below is Tom Morrissey's reply to comments made by NESCAUM regarding part 1 of the previously posed Review. Two of Woodstock Soapstone's stoves (with similar model numbers) were certified to EPA 2020 standards using two different approved test methods on two different dates. These tests are..
Linked below is Part 2b of Tom Morrissey's review of the NESCAUM "Assessment". Part 2b focuses on density, data, and invalid test runs.NESCAUM was unable to achieve the required density in a majority of its tests reviewed, rendering these tests invalid and raising red flags about their methods. Ap..
Almost concurrent with the release of our “Review Part 1” statement on May 15th, nine State Attorney Generals (from states VT, MA, RI, NY, NJ, MD, WA, OR, and AK) sent a letter to the EPA. The letter urged the EPA to revoke the current cordwood test method (ASTM E-3053) and adopt the new method (ID..