Karl Meisenbach wrote:I need about 9 meters of 8" piping for my RMH thermal mass.
Where I live (Uruguay) its either galvanized steel (obviously not an option) or paying $70 per meter.
Im not about to pay $600 for the piping on my RMH when I chose to build an RMH to save money..
So what other method is there to build a cheap, yet sound piping system for my thermal mass??
allen lumley wrote: Karl M : I think we are going to have to let Leonard Allen give use a class in making stove pipe. If by now you had been on schedule to burn out your barrel, you
would have learned about how to deal with galvanized pipes tendency to outgas heavy metal zinc, so that we can use it! however at 1/3rd to 1/2 the price. I will
switch to the lightest grade I can find ! Think like fire, flow like gas ! Your PYRO - LOGICAL PYRO - MANIAC For the Future / Good of the the Craft !
As always, your comments and questions are always solicited and always welcome ! BIG AL !
allen lumley wrote:I took a look at the ecodorp Rocket, and found the 46 page picture album, it is some of Peter Bergs earlier work, He often posts here. I believe he is getting ready for an advanced wood stove competition in Washington D.C. right Now !!!
allen lumley wrote:Karl you may be interested, picture #4 of 46 , is a picture of rock wool wrapped around the outside of Firebrick(?) and held in place with chicken wire ! IF you were to try square duct work you might have passable good luck with a 7'' x7.5'' ducting but you would have to make a continuous trench, rough and finish plaster its inside walls smooth and then lay pre-plaster'd,and finish plaster'd cap stones over your trench. This is just me talking, but that seems like a lot of work if someone would teach me how to make round pipe !
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