Here is my finished through the wall flue for my rocket mass heater. I will probably be using a barrel stove until I get the floor done but I will need heat to do that. Also experimenting with aircrete to prevent slumping? collapsing before it sets up.
What was the final receipe tested here? I couldn't hear some of the amounts / ratios / ingredients etc.
We are about to make a hearth out of this stuff on which a 450lbs stove will rest on four legs. Thinking of doing a form out of sheet metal and pouring into that with a top layer (like 1/4") of straight concrete to help spread the loads out better.
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Burton, Thank you for watching. My mix is basically 16 to 1 Portland cement to hydrated lime and a tablespoon of baking soda per 16 lbs of cement. I will do another video on the Quick Set 20 mix I did when it cures a bit more.It seems to have not had any collapse, it has cracked but I did move it soon after so I think that was my fault. I bought some Drexel foaming agent for about $24 a gallon including shipping and tax and I think that will probably be the ticket to good no slump aircrete. I hope that helps feel free to ask questions, I'm no expert but I'll tell you what works or does'nt for me.
Bitchute sounds interesting, I'll check it out. I appreciate your offer to help, I'm pretty illiterate when it comes to anything technological but getting a bit better since I started youtube. Thanks and have a great day.
I have hydrated lime, drexil, jlube, silica sand, portland, and perlite on hand.
I've seen others using baking soda before but I don't recall seeing a 16:1 ratio of portland to lime. The jlube apparently makes a big difference in the distribution of the air bubbles but we shale see.
Not sure what the lime does but I think it helps stabilize the bubbles, Honey Do Carpenter talks about it, haven't got a hold of any J-lube yet. Oh and the Quick Set 20 I used 2 parts Portland to 1 part Quick Set, but I only used it in a test batch I made.