Burning wood shavings in your Greenheart workshop stove
If you will be burning wood shavings then you must mix in sawdust with the shavings or the stove is liable to burn too hot. There is so much air space between shavings that they can burn too fast, potentially damaging the stove. Mixing in sawdust reduces the air spaces, thus reducing the burn rate. We also advise the use of a flue damper if you are burning shavings as this makes the stove more controllable.
You must not allow your stove to glow red hot at any time as this can damage the stove.