Hello all, I have been learning about butane and stoves and canisters and just for fun am trying to make my own refillable container. One thing I have not been able to find are any great resources regarding classification and/or naming of nozzle types. With the exception of the lindal valve I...
mention in another thread about burning corn.
apparently there are stoves, very similar to pellet stoves, for corn (grain only, no cob / shuck). I'm sure a regular wood stove could burn corn still on cob.
anyone do this?
here's a news article about...
news article on coal-burning home stoves
***After decades of decline, fewer than 130,000 households use coal for heat today. Half of them are in Pennsylvania, and the state's coal industry wants to...
Had some tinker time on my hands and thought to make a coffee can stove. Works really well and for someone with no plans and sketches i thought it turned out real nice.
With stove pipe cement to seal the gaps, it runs real good. No backdraft at all.
Have to make better legs as the stove is...
How to Make hobo wood stove for urban survival
How to make wood hobo stove by multi tools
in 5 min from Pineapple can
Cheap effective way to both cook
and stay warm
You can use newspapers, Wood,
leaves and twigs
I also posted this in the Disaster Preparedness forum, but thinking it may be better to go in here.
I just recently started looking at these, "I have built rocket stove heaters in the past" and was thinking this is a must have for a SHTF or off grid even a bug out situation possibly. If you...
This is my first post in LONG time. unfortunately due to life, work, and many other circumstances, my free time has been OVERLY invaded for far too long.
However, good news is that last fall, I was able to purchase and move to the country and am now enjoying country life once...
Hi all. I just wanted to share a fire kit I put together from stuff we have in the shop. Every time I go backpacking here in NC, it rains on me. And when it's not raining, the humidity is 80%, so I usually have a hard time finding good kindling. I designed this kit to overcome these challenges...
For all of us who are adults, we understand the dangers of fire in an enclosed space. (That was the disclaimer, so if you do not understand, get some TP and isopropyl and stop reading…)
Like most of the people on this forum, I have experimented with a variety of heat sources for emergency...
I just tried to light up my SVEA 123 (40+ year old hand-me-down) that has been sitting for about two years with gas in it. I cleaned the jet with a needle, primed it and guess what? It fired right up!
I love this stove!
If you are looking for a durable little stove that you can use on a...
So you know plugin air fresheners? This kind?
Well, I was looking at one in my bathroom, contemplating bathroomy things, when I thought to myself, "Mmm... Fire!"
No, the plugin wasn't on fire.
It's basically a small glass jar full of highly volatile oils, right? With a wick...
Two weeks ago, I went on a (3) day, 20 mile solo hike. On this hike, I took along my Bio-Lite stove as my sole cooking method and also to charge my iPhone 5. This is my review. I have owned my Bio-Lite since late 2012. I have used it some during that time, but never exclusively and for this...
We now offer the Emberlit Stainless Steel & Titanium Camp Stoves!
Emberlit Titanium Ultralite Stove:
Emberlit Stainless Steel Stove:
We have them on special...