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BRITISH ROCKET STOVE.wmv

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Uploaded on May 10, 2011

Ok I started this a little tongue in cheek. The stove is indeed based on the rocket stove principal. The central hearth is a small terracotta chimnea ( Intended as an ornamental object with plants) the inner chimney was a stainless steel flask with the bottom cut out. The outer shell is two plant or flower holders one inverted on the other and clipped together with pop rivets. The space between inner and outter is packed with cinders as insulation. The cooking pot support was a stainless steel biscuit barrel.The fuel tunnel was a baby food can.
At this point of development legs were required both to stabilise it and lift the heat off the ground.
The shape and title demanded fins.
Beginners luck produced a practical stove that stands about 2ft 4ins(700mm) tall and is quite heavy (Definitely not for backpackers!).
All parts were aquired on the cheap.

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