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For Sale - Rocket Stove Cores

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Fellow Permies:

I am selling two rocket stove cores built according to Walker's design using ceramic fiber board.  

They are 6" cores.  I built them as RD for a boiler I was making.  They have only been fired a few times.  If you are looking to build a RMH, these ceramic cores are incredible.  If you have looked into the cost of ceramic fiber board, you will find that it is very expensive.  I am pricing them to sell.  

I will sell them for $160 each plus shipping.

I live in Southern Wisconsin, so if you want to pick them up you can do that also.  

I have attached a couple photos.  

Similar to what Mr. Walker did, I made an outside skin of aluminum.  The ceramic fiber board is tough against the intense heat but it is very soft and can easily be damaged by getting scratched.  I also wrapped the riser in aluminum foil again as Mr. Walker did.  

These would make fantastic cores for a RMH project.  Ceramic fiber board is incredible material.  

Let me know if you have any questions.
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