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How to make the Adam Retort, full diagram

 
                                              
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Hello to all

We are living in forest area in kerala state, south india, we have lot of forestry waste and we need to make charcoal from that waste using the Adam Retort. if any one knows about pls give me that full diagram, it help about 150 families in that place.

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Billy Mathew
 
                                
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adam-retort” a low-cost retort kiln for a more environmentally
friendly production of charcoal from biomass.
Reduces emissions of up to 75% of methane, which is normally released
into the atmosphere by traditional earth mount kiln.
Saves about halve of the wood- which is needed to produce the same
amount of charcoal with a traditional kiln!
hope that it will help you
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