Brick Stove

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This stove can be modified to meet the makers requirements. This is the principle for building the stove. In the past we have used ours to cook on and boil water. We use wood shavings, twigs, waste paper, etc as fuel as this is a very efficient burner.

Step 1: Materials/Equipment

23 x bricks

1 x chisel

1 x metal mesh

1 x slab (optional)*

1 x metal grill (optional)*

Mortar (optional)*

*for optional see step 10 before starting

Step 2: Break One Brick

Break one of the bricks in half so you have two half bricks using the chisel (unless you already have two half bricks)

Step 3: Arrange 3 Bricks and One Half Brick As Below

Step 4: Place Metal Mesh on Bricks From Step 3

Step 5: Arrange 3 Bricks and One Half Brick on Top of Metal Mesh As Below

Step 6: Arrange 4 Bricks As Below on Top of Previous Bricks

Step 7: Arrange 4 Bricks As Below on Top of Previous Bricks

Step 8: Arrange 4 Bricks As Below on Top of Previous Bricks

Step 9: Arrange 4 Bricks As Below on Top of Previous Bricks

Step 10: The Stove Is Now Ready for Use

(Optional): You could place a concrete slab under the stove this is to prevent damage to the ground and fire prevention

(Optional): Add a grill over the top as shown in picture

(Optional): To make the stove permanent you can use mortar between the bricks

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    Maximilian Gissel

    2 years ago

    Denna kamin kan modifieras för att uppfylla beslutsfattare krav. Detta är principen för att bygga kaminen. Tidigare har vi använt oss att laga mat på och koka vatten . Vi använder träspån , kvistar, avfallspapper , etc. som bränsle eftersom detta är ett mycket effektivt brännare.

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    DCA

    2 years ago

    Nice idea, thanks!

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    seamster

    2 years ago

    This is a great looking little stove. I like it!