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Rocket stove meets Dakota fire pit...

 
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Pretty cool vid I came across that I thought I'd link. Cheers.

 
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This is a great topic to explore. Everyone around this area, including myself, has an open fire pit. It would be nice to find ways to make these more efficient. I have been thinking about it myself after my first burn a couple weeks ago.
 
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In the video, a perlite mixture was used as insulation. Is that the best material to use for insulation outside?
 
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