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complete batch box stove

 
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Good afternoon to all.
I would like to know, with your consent, if is possible build a full masonry stove ,with bell, batch box as fire box,oven,cooking hod,water heater 10-12kw,as in the attachment below.
Thanks.
With respect.
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Good morning.
Who can give nozzle sizes, wood box and ricer sizer for 14kw?
Or which of the sizes in the table of the Mr Peter would correspond to 14kw of power?
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This idea is viable?
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you should have a look at theses posts about a 20kwh cooking stove and c water jacket boiler
http://www.ecologieforum.eu/viewtopic.php?p=68226#p68226



 
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