by Herman Johannes

Issue: 28

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Received: 2010-10-05


The triple cone ricehull stove reported here is claimed to be an improvement on previous designs. It is composed of three clay components: the outer cone A, the central cone B and the upper cone C. The stove may be operated as a pure ricehull stove or as a hybrid stove burning ricehulls and woodsmoke while producing charcoal.

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