By no means! After the cooler there is a "bucket" in the motor compartment with 3 open cell disks, but they are far too small, D = 250 mm; that is why I have a 1000 x 500 X 200 mm
~40" X 20" X 8" kitchen-sink waiting to be installed on the roof (after a cyclone and new tube-cooler) with 2 X matress open-cell layers.
Too small filter area makes soot blow through!
The original installation had no cyclone and no proper condense tank under the cooler... no stationary blower ... no "social box" with back-flap and ignition grill.
You could not open the trunk-lid more than the half-ways...
I put in the cyclone and rised the delivery-tube with a "knee" over the fully open trunk-lid...
9. of December 2016
The two side lids are reaching outside the heart lower part and to the sieve level. (qvasi-grate). Not to nozzles.
There is no gas reheating, constantly decreasing temperature and saturated dampness after the cooler, filterdisks are wet.
The cyclon and delivery line keeps hot enough.
Open-cell foam does not freeze solid, fluffy as ice-cold.
Extra down drainage from the filter bucket.
The silo is mantel-heated in Imbert 1926 and consequent 1931 GMR or 1944 FSD style by the exiting gas.
All fuel humidity has to pass the hearth; therefore the tight and "furious" measures! The reduction and insulation char is ample. Needing a manually sieving grate later.
Later, when roof-filtering, return to gasifier extra mantel for reheating and heated paperfilter.
Questions make thinking! OK.