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Noori rocket stove - BBQ, grill, pizza oven, fire pit

 
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We don't see many commercial rocket stove ventures ... here's one that dropped in my notification list again.
 
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Cool stove, but I wonder if the mass of the stove would affect the fire.  Also I think feeding of the stove could be an issue. I had a biolite base camp stove that had a similar design and I had issues with starting and feeding the fire. But the major flaw in the biolite stove in my view was the use of a fan to help the fire burn cleaner. The noori rocket stove looks like this would not be an issue.
 
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Those little camp stoves don't have enough of a chimney effect to pull oxygen into the fire so it seems reasonable to me to use a fan.  Does the biolite recharge its own battery using the Peltier effect?
 
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Oh, and that Noori also needs a decent chimney.  Idyllic it might look but the thing is chucking out black carbon that the kids nearby are breathing in.
 
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Graham Chiu wrote:Those little camp stoves don't have enough of a chimney effect to pull oxygen into the fire so it seems reasonable to me to use a fan.  Does the biolite recharge its own battery using the Peltier effect?



Yes the stove uses the Peltier effect. My stove's battery was not charging and I tried using a USB male connector to help the battery charge. This did not work but I used the stove anyways. That was a bad idea because the plastic melted to the fan. I will say that I am looking for a good and well priced rocket stove that does not need electricity.
 
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