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55 Gallon Drums

 
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I am thinking of building a rocket mass heater and was wondering if the 55 gallon drum has to be food grade or not.

Thank you.
 
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This is what I found...

http://worcester.craigslist.org/grd/2919398751.html


 
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James McFall wrote:I am thinking of building a rocket mass heater and was wondering if the 55 gallon drum has to be food grade or not.

Thank you.


No problem, just make sure you pre-burn it outside to get rid of paint/resisdues. canyon
 
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Lasse Holmes wrote:

James McFall wrote:I am thinking of building a rocket mass heater and was wondering if the 55 gallon drum has to be food grade or not.

Thank you.


No problem, just make sure you pre-burn it outside to get rid of paint/resisdues. canyon



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