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If you can stack bricks, you can make an effective biomass rocket stove. The materials are cheap, and readily available. Most important, it is a very simple survival skill to learn.
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Survival Common Sense (8 months ago)
Arad Seyed (19 days ago)
How hot can this one become, can i use it to melt aluminum or tin?
Onthebay1 (1 month ago)
I have extra bricks that I want to use to try this but they are house
bricks w/ holes through them. They have a flat, smooth side for the
inside, but really light. I think they are ceramic material. Can't find
where anyone else has tried these kind of bricks for a stove. I don't plan
to use the stove a lot. I just want to try this once; after that, I would
only use in case of an emergency I suppose. Any thoughts on using these
types of bricks for a stove?
VDP57 (8 days ago)
If the 1/2 brick on the first layer was moved to the corner closer to you,
you would then be able to overlap all the seams on the second course.
Sam Stone (5 days ago)
The cinder block will not stand the heat under even moderate use, you
really need ''fire brick,'' they cost more but will last a lifetime.
G Davidson (14 days ago)
Need to partially cover the pan to bring it to the boil quicker.
Emmanuel Brown (2 months ago)
There is a type of brick called fire bricks that are made for high heat
long term use. Also I I advise using hard wood instead of pine
sticks/lumber scars like you are using in the video as it pine can change
the taste of food when used to cook with.
1994abbygirl (2 months ago)
Is there any truth that bricks can explode when they get really hot?? Also
I wonder how one of those ovens would work on it! Looks awesome though!
Orlos The Druid (6 months ago)
2:10-2:14 Quote " You can make this with salvaged bricks, or with different
sized bricks, as long as their the SAME SIZE" .....

LAWLS.......thanks for that little tidbit of brick laying knowledge!!!!
MrSputato (2 months ago)
Different size bricks as long as they are the same size ?
Nur Kholik Tobroni (7 months ago)
same way to make indonesian traditional stove, i live in java. we call it
"tungku geni"
Susie P (3 months ago)
I will be building one this coming week. Thanks.
Marvin Bartel (4 months ago)
Don't we saw with "blades" and drill holes with a "bit"?
Hilltop Homestead (9 months ago)
I understand you are speaking regarding to survival. Many people however
would like to make these for regular or semi regular use. I have always
been told that you need to use fire bricks for safety. - G
Bobby london (5 months ago)
where could i find a metal table such as the one you use for the base?
Dreamrecorder (4 months ago)
Gonna build one too. Thank you for sharing, great stove. 
Toseland Canon (24 days ago)

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