This wood burning stove has a double wall, which allows pre-heated air to flow up in to the combustion chamber. The pre-heated air combines with smoke and wood gas to create a secondary combustion. The stove breaks down into four parts,
which pack together nicely. A bit of a false start there… Pine fatwood to the rescue! This full pot of water boils in about 3-4 minutes. It’s important to keep feeding
bio mass into the combustion chamber. The stove burns very efficiently, so you don’t need
a lot of fuel to keep the stove running.