AuthorTopic: My First Rocket Stove - Sort of  (Read 1369 times)

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Re: My First Rocket Stove - Sort of
« Reply #15 on: May 31, 2020, 06:49:42 PM »
It works! And very well at that.  Take a look at the pics and you will notice that there's NO smoke  8) NF to one of your very first comments about sand as an insulator, that works too. The bottom half which is filled with salt (part I built in the winter with no sand or ash available) was too hot to touch after a few minutes of burning, but the sand filled part was just toasty even after 10 minutes of burning. I think I officially have a functioning rocket stove. I might try making some more tea on it tomorrow. Or some pasta. Why not?
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