How long does it take to get the water hot and at what temperature can I heat the Dutchtub?
When following the tips in this blog article
you can heat the Dutchtub to 38 degrees in +/- 2 hours. The advice is to fire the Dutchtub to a maximum of 40 degrees. When this temperature is reached, less wood can be placed in the fire basket to only keep the water at temperature. By using a Cover, Chimney and Windshield, the heating will be faster.
Which accessories can I use and what is the use?
Our Wintercover is an extra insulating cover, which ensures a faster heating of the water. The hand-held trailer makes it easy to move the Tub. The Chimney provides a stronger airflow which improves heat distribution. The Ashtray catches the falling ashes. The Windshield protects the fire and speeds up the heating, thus ensuring better combustion. In high winds this makes a big difference, but compared to the Chimney it has a lower efficiency.
There are scratches on the Dutchtub, now what?
For shallow scratches a repair kit is not necessary, then just polishing is enough. This is described in the repair manual
. For deeper scratches we have a repair kit that can be requested via firstname.lastname@example.org
Can the cover be blown away?
Not in normal weather. In case of a strong storm, it is advisable to weight the cover.
I have lost a part of the Dutchtub, how do I solve this?
How can I maintain my Weltevree products in the best way?