Bob Jackson wrote:Check this out:
Very interesting Bob, but not quite what I was talking about or looking for. But thanks for sharing the link.
So, you can get to 1000 degrees Celsius easily with a couple of simple L-shaped 6" rocket stoves and fire a 41" square (the base) kiln with not a lot of wood. So cool.
It warms my heart to see all those rocket stove cores in the truck, ready to go out into the world and save fuel (not to mention people's lungs)!
Jason Wright wrote:Here is a link to a fairly inexpensive dual rocket stove kiln. There were a few problems with the original design, but they explain how the issues were fixed. https://picasaweb.google.com/Jonnygms/RocketStoveKiln#
Thanks so much for sharing. Sorry that I've not been checking back of late, but I've been temporarily displaced due to a fire in my apartment building and trying to get our internet switched to the temporary apartment is meeting with less than satisfactory results. So I can only access the internet through a friends connection at the moment and I can only do that once in a while. Take care all.