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Here is a video of what seems to be a simple design of a masonry heater.
The thing is i don;t know russian so i am afraid if i try to replicate such a design,
would i miss any important information presented in the video and not shown in the sketh up?
Can one just follow what is being presented in the sketchup?
Also on the kuznetsov site (stove.ru) i find difficult to interpret his designs.


 
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Hi Panagiotou;   Well I watched the whole video, very nicely made... Myself , I Definitely would not attempt to copy this build without a Russian translator !  I suspect that even translated, that video is lacking the exact measurements to do a proper, safe build from.      
 
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thomas rubino wrote:Hi Panagiotou;   Well I watched the whole video, very nicely made... Myself , I Definitely would not attempt to copy this build without a Russian translator !  I suspect that even translated, that video is lacking the exact measurements to do a proper, safe build from.      



Yeah there is a lot of thermomass in this process to  better not play with. 30 floors of bricks is much.
RMHs seem to be the safest to play with.
 
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