Rocket fire - Part 1 Add Video

A running series of videos experimenting with rocket fires, and eventually a thermal mass heater.

Posted by Leigh Blackall on August 26, 2010 at 5:01 AM 3135 Views

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Reply Wonz
6:42 AM on October 20, 2010 
Hi Deb,

The rocket stove is still here, if your still interested, give me a buzz on 0425756575

Reply Deb
4:01 PM on October 9, 2010 
Hi Wonz
Rocket stoves - great idea I hadn't heard of before now. Wondered has your stove gone yet - I'd love to see it an dmaybe give it a new home!
Reply Leigh Blackall
8:00 AM on September 13, 2010 
I'd like to see that Wonz, as I prepare to cut up my own 205L drum. I hope someone in the PermBlitz crew will grab it.. or maybe the Farmers Market, or the ANU Food Coop...
Reply Wonz
6:25 AM on September 13, 2010 
Permablitz people!

I have an institutional barrel rocket stove, complete with tight fitting pot in my backyard, super efficient and can cook a mean stew, curry, soup and whatever suits your fancy.... it's too big to use for one person, it's really only good for large groups, the pot is big enough to cook for about 10 people or more. If you can find a good home for it (Could be ideal for your next permablitz)'s yours free, you just need to pick it up from Ainslie. If your interested I can send some pics, or you can just google it, it's the same 44 gallon drum drum design from aprovecho. Happy to demonstrate the stove to any one interested about picking it up. Heck I'll even throw in some firewood.