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Gas Bottle Wood Stove Heat Exchanger Version 2Here it is!! Version two of my heat exchanger, and it works so much better! it is about half as loud, three times as hot, and 3 times as efficient as the old model. Also, this has been heating...
Gas Bottle Wood Stove Heat ExchangerA heat exchanger i made out of 3 20 pounds propane gas bottles. It heats my garage. Check out my channel please.
Making amazing gas bottle wood stove part 1Blazing Stoves make gorgeous upcycled wood stoves for off gridders and tiny house dwellers. This is how they are made. http//www.blazingstoves.wixsite.com/blazingstoves.
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wood burner/heater.part 1 how to build an efficient wood burner from a gas cylinderefficient wood/log burner,stove,heater from empty gas cylinder with secondry burn pipes.this is going to be used as a patio/outdoor heater. in this video i discuss how im going start and cutting...
Bomat - exhaust gas heat exchangers (2011)Bomat heat exchangers http://www.bomat.de/index.php?L=1 Innovative condensing boiler technology using patented ceramics technology: BOMAT has been developing energy saving and environment...
How to build a wood burning stove.This is my gas bottle wood burner I built over a fortnight of cold evenings early this year 2012, hope you like it.
Experimental Wood Stove - Five years on...This video is about the sideways burning, self feeding, experimental wood stove I made for the workshop five years ago. The burner is made from old scrap gas bottles, it has a separate combustion...
Rocketstove Heat exchanger 1This video shows an impression of my first rocketstove. You can see the stainless steel spiral and how the steel tubes are connected to form the rocketstove. In my next video the stove is ready...
Rocket Stoves Ep#24 LP Tank Into Heat Exchangerlike share comment subscribe and check out my other videos! turning junk into something useful, my favorite!