by Griffin Shay

Issue: 24

Journal section: General Articles
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Received: 2010-10-06


Researchers in Chile have devised an unusual stove for producing a steady flow of hot water. The stove will deliver about 3 litres per hour of 45° C water while consuming about 7 kg per hour of waste wood. The stove has a simple design. The principal components are two steel drums - one 100 litre drum and one 200 litre drum and some plumbing fixtures, tubing, and sheet metal...

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010 Stoves 032 Heating Wood

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