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.