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RMH parts - free to a good home - near PDX

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Location: Western Oregon
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Hello all,

My rocket mass heater project has been suspended due to moving to a new place that is not anywhere close to ready for a RMH.  So, I have much of what you'd need to build one and would like it to to go to a good home.  Here is what I have:
* Plenty of fire brick for a good sized J tube.  Brick is 2.5"x4.5"x9" - I think there are about 70 or 80.
*6" ducting (galvanized HVAC style) including some T's, some elbows, and some end caps for clean outs
*a 55 gallon drum with ring style lid closure

A couple of notes - Fire bricks are under cover but will need to be dried out a bit before firing due to recent weather blowing rain in on them.  Steel drum is pretty rusty but I think will clean up with a wire brush and some Rustoleum.  

All this stuff is located in Oregon City.  I need to get rid of it fairly soon.  You load, you haul. Contact me for details at undrtkr_00 at yahoo dot com.  

Yes, of course, and I accept that blame. In fact, i covet that blame. As does this tiny ad:
Rocket Mass Heater Plans - now free for a while
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