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Here is a video of a rocket stove I built for my shop, It worked pretty good but my shop is pretty large with little to no insulation.

 
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now that is my style of rocket stove
 
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Patrick Roehrman wrote:now that is my style of rocket stove



Well, i thought, no mass workshop heater? Yep, i know one. That's Peter's old workshop one. Actualy i don't know if he has moved house yet, and what he's up to, rocket wise lately.

Here's my take on the same kind of batch rocket Peter has refined.

http://donkey32.proboards.com/thread/849/green-machine-inch-tube-help
 
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Satamax Antone wrote:Well, i thought, no mass workshop heater? Yep, i know one. That's Peter's old workshop one. Actualy i don't know if he has moved house yet, and what he's up to, rocket wise lately.


We are moving house at May 30. The workshop heater will go nowhere, the new owner-to-be of our house took it over. The plan is to build a batch box rocket mass heater in the new living room, whether or not this will be ready this fall remains to be seen. The whole thing is planned to have a floor plan of 98 x 98 cm and 240 cm high, built as a single bell with a weight of about 2500 kg. In imperial dimensions: 3.22 ft square, 7.87 ft high, weight about 2.76 US tons.
 
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Peter Berg wrote:

Satamax Antone wrote:Well, i thought, no mass workshop heater? Yep, i know one. That's Peter's old workshop one. Actualy i don't know if he has moved house yet, and what he's up to, rocket wise lately.


We are moving house at May 30. The workshop heater will go nowhere, the new owner-to-be of our house took it over. The plan is to build a batch box rocket mass heater in the new living room, whether or not this will be ready this fall remains to be seen. The whole thing is planned to have a floor plan of 98 x 98 cm and 240 cm high, built as a single bell with a weight of about 2500 kg. In imperial dimensions: 3.22 ft square, 7.87 ft high, weight about 2.76 US tons.

Hey Peter, that's cool!

I bet you will manage to get the rocket ready for next winter.
 
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