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Introducing Walker Stoves' new shippable cores, the Walker Aluminum Series

 
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Hey all, thought I'd let you guys know I'm releasing some new products on my Walker Stoves site today. I'm building lighter versions of my original Walker Stove concept, rockets in a box, as it were. I'm excited to finally be able to just throw a decent stove in the car and take it to an event to share the technology. Not only that, but you can build around them with masonry, or use them stand alone as patio heaters, cookers, oven engines, the heart of a hot water system, or any system you can imagine. It's not a perfect solution, but hopefully will be a tool that can solve some problems and introduce more people to this awesome technology.

I'm very early in the process of getting info and accessories and stuff up on the web, but it's coming along. If you would like to check 'em out, they are here:

http://walkerstoves.com/walker-aluminum-series.html






 
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- W.O.W. ! Totally at a loss for words ! Big AL
 
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Thank you Allen, I really appreciate the enthusiasm.

Here's the first accessory, the Walker Primary Radiator. Allows a lot of different options for plumbing the exhaust, including both down into a bench and out the side for a bypass, and includes ready made fittings for such an arrangement.


 
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Love the radiator....makes sense now. All that aluminum and handles makes me think you'll have to have a roadie...ha ha just kidding,.... nice Matt! signed,thickstrings, one of the orphans...
 
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