- 1 12 rocket stove mass heaters
- 2 efficient wood heat
- 3 Super efficient rocket mass heater
- 4 The "4 Block" Rocket Stove
- 5 The Dual Burner "6 Block" Rocket Stove
- 6 How to build a better brick rocket stove
- 7 A Heavy Duty DIY Rocket Stove
- 8 Brick Box Rocket Stove
- 9 Portable Rocket Stove Pizza Oven
- 10 TLUD Champion Gasifier Cookstove
Rocket stoves are very efficient wood-fired technologies that can make use of small pieces of wood and produce almost complete clean combustion.
They can be used for cooking or for heating when combined with a thermal heat storage design.
Easy DIY. Four concrete blocks is all it takes to make it!. Cost $5.16. video shows you how to put it together. the stove funnels all its heat up under the bottom of the pan. uses very little fuel. fueled by small sticks, twigs and leaves. cooks great. wind and rain resistant. DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that any concrete product subjected to high temperatures may crack or explode.
In this video I layout a pretty simple process for building a rocket stove that will you a lifetime and uses a very small amount of fuel (wood, sticks, pinecones, etc) to cook your meals with. Be sure to follow me on Facebook at http://facebook.com/cookingdifferent
Box Rocket Stove made of bricks.
With secondary air intake.
Compact mass heater and cook stove.
Tour of Food Jammer Micah Donovan's oil drum pizza oven with docking, high-efficiency wood burning rocket stove, racing stripes and party potential for making pizzas anywhere on earth. Big Thanks to Revenant Records for the Salty Dog Four tune Ballin' the Jack and Oddfellows / Parts and Labour Matty Matheson and crew for the drum.
I built a water heater out of used parts and used a Stovetec Rocket stove to start the thermo siphoning process.
This is my take on Ed Revill style charcoal producing rocket stove.
Made from an old water heater tank in 400 mm (16 inch) diameter, rocket stove pipe is 150 mm (6 in), welded in L shape inside the water heater tank and outside heat shield is made from an old 200 L (55 gal) drum.
Produces approx 20 Litres of charcoal (ca 5 gallons) and burn time is about 2.5 hours.
Click here for part 2: https://youtu.be/0M3k7ZSt3sQ
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TLUD Champion Gasifier Cookstove
Paul S. Anderson; Designer
Simon P. Anderson; Animation/Drafting