• DIY Rocket Stove In A 5 Gal Bucket – GardenFork
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    DIY Rocket Stove In A 5 Gal Bucket – GardenFork

    – Today everyone, I’m gonna show you how to make a rocket stove in a five-gallon bucket, and it’s a really cool thing. Ready? Here we go. – [Camerawoman] What is a rocket stove? – It’s a really cool thing, so of course I have to make one. Rocket stoves are a highly efficient way of burning small amounts of wood. You might of seen them in, like, urban homesteading magazines or videos called a ‘rocket stove mass heater’, which uses a big barrel and a big piece of stone or cement and it creates a lot of heat that heats the whole house. Here, we’re gonna create a little,…

  • Wood Stove Upgrade – Part 1 – Window To Your Soul
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    Wood Stove Upgrade – Part 1 – Window To Your Soul

    Hi Everyone. The first major change I’m going to make to this old stove is to add a viewing window to the front door. The back side of the door has the square thing welded to it. I’m not sure what its function is for, but it’s going to get repurposed. I had a piece of neoceram clear ceramic custom cut to 7” square and I’ll convert this odd square into a holder for the glass. To get started, I marked the outer edge of the glass along the “new” bracket, then marked a cutting line about a 1/4″ in from that. This will provide a lip in the new…

  • ROCKET STOVE BUILD
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    ROCKET STOVE BUILD

    let’s rang it out again I’m going to talk a little less will be here is grind the top edge and the bottom edge off nigga up make sure it don’t fly so it’s got a couple of cabins and narrow it up grind them out and then this coating on the side is a plastic coating I’m better I got to find that off so it doesn’t melt off plus i’m going to be painting this so I want that operator so that’s what I’m doing that this has got some slag in here that I’m going to get a hammer and knock that slag off so it’s easier…

  • The new Silverfire Survivor Rocket stove
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    The new Silverfire Survivor Rocket stove

    Hey what we have here is the new silver fire survivor stove Todd Albee the owner of silver fire has redesigned this and I’ll show you what I found that’s a little different the feed door has got I guess it would be an insulating it’s double steel the old one is a single piece still is a double piece of steel and I guess if you could sure pick this up without thinking you’re supposed to open it with a stick but you know when you’re in the middle of cooking bacon you sort of get excited you forget all that and this is the the difference this is…

  • Rocket stove corn bread,,,,,,,sort of
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    Rocket stove corn bread,,,,,,,sort of

    I’m not a big fan of anything that says low fat because usually low fat means low flavor but I’m going to try and making this cornbread but I’m gonna make it in my rocket stove oven I never had anything well yeah I did make something I can’t remember what I made anyway let me get this mixed up and get my rocket stove started see you out there all right i got my rocket stove going and fixing to slide it up underneath my living there’s my cornbread and as fire I got it really going to much but I wanted to get a bunch of coals in…

  • Wood Gas Stove SCIENCE! V5.4 Secondary Air VORTEX!
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    Wood Gas Stove SCIENCE! V5.4 Secondary Air VORTEX!

    welcome to wood gas stove science where I attempt to learn science behind wood gas stoves this is secondary air port experiment part five-point four… in this experiment I use the optimized primary air port layout Arrived at in previous videos I Tweaked the secondary air ports so the air enters the burn chamber at an angle fuel parameters are kept same throughout the experiments… one measured cup wood pellets and 1 tablespoon wood pellets soaked in HEET from the yellow bottle by five minutes into the burn all sixteen secondary air ports have good flame and the Jets at an angle seem to be causing the vortex well very…

  • Unboxing the Smokin Hot Rocket Stove  | What you get!
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    Unboxing the Smokin Hot Rocket Stove | What you get!

    – Okay so we’re just taking a quick, closer look at the box that the stove comes in. Now they do state on the box that it’s 10 kilos in weight, which is still quite light and portable. Three times more efficient than a campfire and two times more efficient than the home stove. Does burn quite clean so as far as your wood fires go you’re gonna get minimal smoke once the unit gets fired up. You can use it basically to keep warm around. You can do your marshmallows. But it also has a built in grill on the top where you can actually put your pan and…

  • Rocket King Camp Stove
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    Rocket King Camp Stove

    Hey everyone this is Chad and today I’m in beautiful Stone Mountain Park just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. This is one of my absolute favorite places to go. There’s a beautiful mountain right behind you and I climb that sometimes as many as four times in a week. I love coming here. I have not really spent much time in the picnic areas but I thought this would be a great place to do this video and the reason for that is a friend of mine, he’s here on YouTube his channel is GreenShortz DIY. He just lives down the road from me and his name is Tom Mills and…

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    Folding Rocket Stove

    What’s up guys how you all doing. And for today’s video I got something interesting in my fan mail PO Box.Boom Let’s open it up It’s actually a folding rocket camping stove let’s see what it’s all about. I really like the packaging it’s very well done. There’s a little bag and a couple of screws. So let me show you how to put this thing together. As you can see it’s pretty compact Boom open it up like this Take out all the parts from here Then what were going to do is slide this thing in inside here. It fits pretty snug so be patient with that. Then…

  • Smokin Hot Rocket Stove Demo & Benefits Explained
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    Smokin Hot Rocket Stove Demo & Benefits Explained

    – Hi guys Adam from Tentworld at Tweed Heads here. And it’s a really cold morning down here on the Tweed. So we’ve decided to fire up the Rocket Stove. Now this is one of our most favourite fire products from Tentworld, because as you can see up in the chimney here we’ve got plenty of heat coming out of it but there’s virtually no smoke due to its unique ability to create its own draught. – Smoke? What smoke? – All we’ve done is stoke it with some nice small timber here, nothing bigger than about 25 mil. And we’ve got a nice roaring fire there to be able…