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Steve Boyd

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try this .....https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TPoB067R7AjZXp_BnwmiHFkEg2wu0Bw8/view
4 months ago
what does the front of the building look like - is it open or is there some sort of door?
4 months ago
Hi Julia
These have been very successful builds. They heat up really fast and work well.  So far pizza's (lots) , sourdough chocolate cake and a lamb roast are a few of the things we've cooked.  I stuck to the original build plans with a couple of small exceptions. Am hoping to run some workshops this year here in Covid free   NZ and will be "bundling" Davyn Hoyts plans (I've discussed this with him) for the participants.
1 year ago
Finished oven[/url]I'm about to start building my fourth so far this year.
Three of them are built in/for local community gardens.
Using plans purchased from Davin Hoyt and video from permies.
Here's some pics for interest.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/a1azMJZ7PJdaN6u29
1 year ago
Hot water rises, cold water goes to the bottom. Inlet and outlets in these designs are both in wrong place. Tub should be higher than coil etc etc. Huge potential for explosions here - with both designs.
2 years ago
  i doubt one way valves would save you from an explosion.
There would be some stratification of the water in the tub but a quick stir, people in the tub, would solve that
2 years ago
Unless you plan to force the water to circulate you may have a bomb on your hands!!
Cold inlet to coil need to be from the bottom of tub to bottom of coil, hot outlet at top of coil. to top of tub.
Tub needs to be higher.
Horizontal coil might work if circulation pump used - a pump failure could be catastrophic though
Steve
2 years ago
Versatility, ease of build
3 years ago
I'd love to, but living on a second floor in a small flat limits us to building it outside
3 years ago