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Rocket Stove exhaust pipe temperature  RSS feed

 
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Location: Davie, Fl
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How hot does the actual exhaust pipe become after the rocket stove has been lit?
How much heat does the mass emit, or is it just through physical contact?

I just moved to south florida and last year we had a frost, some nights get down to 40s. People around here use space heaters to prevent it from being too cold. I would like to prevent myself from using a space heater by attaching a rocket stove outside of my home, have the exhaust pipe enter maybe under the flooring, and exit back out.

I would also like to use it to keep my outdoor tropical fruit rack from getting too cold at night and possibly losing a lot, which is where my second question comes into play.


 
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