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treelyruly: 40 views, 0 comments :( Mar 5, 2017 17:14:42 GMT -8
Jura: @ panos They are poor construction material for the bell as they are neither heat resistant nor they have enough mass to accumulate the heat. Apr 6, 2017 6:41:37 GMT -8
ericvw: Where's my ol' buddy Daryl? May 17, 2017 19:51:16 GMT -8
Daryl: Hey Eric!!! (rofl) May 19, 2017 5:13:28 GMT -8
panos: how can you make the top of a firebox by laying bricks cantilever?I can't understand how this is practically made. May 24, 2017 2:07:57 GMT -8
Daryl: 8-) Jun 13, 2017 8:26:29 GMT -8
panos: Some fireclay products say thy exhibit resistance up to 1000 celsius.Would that be fine for a 150 mm Batch box rocket?Would it be better to search for reistance up to 1200 celsius? Jul 1, 2017 16:38:34 GMT -8
idahodave: I'm getting ready to build my first RMH, and have some specific challenges. First one is that the site has a high water table, which in February got as high as 8 inches above the projected base of the heater. Any suggestions? Jul 15, 2017 13:49:58 GMT -8
panos: Can someone make a sketchup file for the support base of a batch box rocket as per Peter's van De Berg following reply: Aug 13, 2017 11:06:09 GMT -8
panos: those pumice cinder blocks are better suited to a base support. On top of the blocks a ring of bricks, an infill of perlite/clay and the firebox and maybe even a bell on top of that. If possible, arrange the blocks in such a way that there are channels Aug 13, 2017 11:06:27 GMT -8
panos: under the whole of the heater so heat won't accumulate under there but can be vemtilated away by air currents.'' Aug 13, 2017 11:06:57 GMT -8
SilverFire: Yes, our designs have moved from the experiment design to production, as with the other stove models that were listed on this thread. Hopefully this will inspire others to continue to improve stove designs as we have done. Sept 15, 2017 7:24:54 GMT -8
SilverFire: Regards and good cooking. Sept 15, 2017 7:25:18 GMT -8
permaculturebob: citrus paint removers --"citra solve" is one and Walmart distributes another--non toxic fumes, softens tough barrel paint--sometimes it takes a couple applications and some scraping, but I prefer it over sanding and burning :) Oct 13, 2017 17:08:53 GMT -8
Orange: hi Oct 14, 2017 0:02:51 GMT -8
martinm: Hi there ! I need chart / comparisson on : RSMH vs mass produced wood burning stoves. I need to write a proposal to local govt. to convince them on choosing Rocket stoves for supplying families in poor neighborhoods. Thank you Will look through the threads Nov 8, 2017 14:25:57 GMT -8
burnclean: You guys all rock ! Nov 14, 2017 15:28:03 GMT -8
terrone: OK CLEMENTE Jan 7, 2018 3:34:02 GMT -8
rakettimuurari: Ahoy pyros! could anyone kindly to point me to instructions about how to add directly visible pic (by external link) in the post u are composing? Jan 7, 2018 12:46:07 GMT -8
rakettimuurari: Linking images directly from dropbox: cantonbecker.com/etcetera/2014/how-to-directly-link-or-embed-dropbox-images/ Jan 17, 2018 0:54:59 GMT -8