Δημήτρης: Why dont you put a lower opening door so you could keep the temp in? WFO for bread burning goes really high in temps...even kilns use rocket burners and goes until 1200C!!!
Carol Hathor: hmmm... why is it on wheels? Would you take it to a summer fair of some kind? or farmer's market? Doesn't look very applicable for anythign else but an overworked fireplace. Sorry... just don't get your tinkering... can't see the purpose of it, other than a fireplace.
Everett Mellish: After you have the main pizza oven up and running, do you close the rocket stove entry? If so, with what?
The Suburban Hippie Experimentalist: AWESOME!
Cardboard Furniture Designer: Clever idea thanks! I want to make a kiln to fire my pots, this looks pretty much like one.
RonRay: There is a fabulous cob oven by Ernie Wisner at: "/watch?v=TvrUrnEIQoo".
His oven uses a "double chamber" design along with the mass heater technology (not rocket cob oven) that is better than any I've seen! There is much less smoke because it is more efficient.
Good luck on your innovations and design.
ericmbakken: Just an update from the maker of this video: we removed the rocket stove from our mobile oven. It was too efficent and would start fires if we parked the oven over grass. The metal stove pipe would heat up to 1000+ degrees about 5 minutes after we ignited the stove.
Design changes for future versions: This needs to be crafted from a high temp refractory ceramic, which may or may not be appropriate for the vibrations caused by wheeled transport.
ikneadpizza: With the rocket stove alone: about 300-350 f after 20 minutes. Hearth temp though is still very low (in the 100s) With the main fire, easily up to 700. Could go higher but that burns the pizzas.
Tom Williams: What kind of internal oven temps are you getting ?