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New Rocket Mass Water Heater workshop in Mineola Texas scheduled for Nov 16

 
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We are holding a learning, hands-on workshop on Nov 16 starting at 10:00 in North East Texas.
We will be building a huge batch box rocket mass water heater. The expectation is in excess of 250,000 BTU into the water.
The cost will be $45, lunch is provided.
Please come join us. It will be fun, informative, and a great time for all.

Here is the video with the details:




Link to signup for the workshop
https://app.barn2door.com/e/Q8pGQ/all/3JYBV

Event on the East Texas Aquaponics website
https://www.easttexasaquaponics.com/new-events/rocketmassheaterclass2019

Link to videos of the current Rocket Mass Water heater build
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgT0Z9NIZwSnhAy9_byeeTI0FRtdRbuBh
 
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Awesome, I wish I could join that workshop but Iā€™m way too far away.
Is the new rocket mass water heater going to be the same design but different materials?. You mention aircrete.
 
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Similar design. Larger box. Aircrete, no ceramic panel.
What works well, really well, is the water portion of the design.
Very pleased with that.
If it is too far away, move closer.
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if you think brussel sprouts are yummy, you should try any other food. And this tiny ad:
Rocket Mass Heater Plans - now free for a while
https://permies.com/goodies/7/rmhplans
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