testing out a new rocket stove design!!
Step 1: First I Start With Welding Corner Profiles(30mmx30mmx3mm) on the Baseplate (500mmx500mmx5mm)
Step 2: Now I Can Place the Tiles(300mmx300mmx13mm) and Weld the Outer Corner Profiles
Step 3: Now I Have to Leave 2 Spaces Open for the Stove and the Outlet
Step 4: Putting a Tube (150mmx150mmx5) in the Hole to See How I Should Cut It Off
Step 5: The Angle Is 37dgr. So I Cut a Round Tube(dia. 100mmx4mm) 600 Mm Long
Step 6: I'm Lucky, the Stove Is Barely Fits Trough the Hole..but in the End All Is Good..
Step 7: Glue the Fire Cord
Step 8: Fill the Corners With Heatresistant Silicone
Step 9: Making the Chimney Connection
Step 10: Isolating the Chimney for Optimal Burning Temperature..
Step 11: Sprayed Everything in Fireproof Black and Mounted the Stove and Outlet..
Step 12: A Half Hour After I Lit the Fire, the Stove Was at No Place Touchable Anymore
Step 13: So, This Stove Had Burnt Four Hours Red Hot and It Didn't Budge or Break So I Think This Design Is Great, Next Thing I'm Going to Build Is a Similar Type But With an Oven and Also a Saunaheater, Will Be Interesting!!
changing the burner head into a vertically closed one, this gives me the advantage of not having an open fire(safety) and the wood feeds itself so less work..
it burns a lot better to, like a campfire becaus air can flow easely between the wood...