3108Re: off topic -- diy wood burning backpacking stove
- Oct 2, 2003--- In email@example.com, "Coy" <starnescr@y...> wrote:
> I was trying to imagine where the fire grate (screen) goes.You need about 1/8" to 1/4" of air space at the bottom of the can. I
just used multiple layers of folded chicken wire and pushed it down
to the very bottom of the can. You have enough space if you can look
through one of the primary air holes and see light through the
> I am impressed that it will burn so long on one 2 oz load of fuel.Yes, it surprises me too. Also, no smoke! which is also a nice
> I was expecting it to need reloaded like i hear the Zip and otherIf you do reload this stove as it burns down, it will smoke. It is
> similar stoves need.
probably better to size the burner to the amount of heat you will
need rather than try to reload one that is too small.
> What can are you using?I'm using a small can that vegetables came in. It is 3 inches in
diameter and 4 1/2 inches tall.
> I have a maxwell house coffee can which wouldThis can is much bigger than the one I used. It will generate a lot
> probably work great.
more heat and will require more wood. Let me know how it turns out.
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