Terry Floyd: "Uploaded on Aug 11, 2011 http://www.ecofilms.com.au/ A clip from Geoff Lawton's Urban Permaculture DVD demonstrating a rocket stove using very little wood to heat up a hot water system. Category Education "
Richard K.: "A copus tree that regrows sticks all the time" "you don't have to kill any more trees" Heck with the rocket heater i just want to farm these copus trees. I can see it now hundreds of trees that just regrow sticks. I'll never have to pay for heat again.
Claude Taylor: Man this is awesome. I like this idea. Thank you for the video
Juan Manuel Garcia Bellande: Hi, What's the material inside the barrel?
Fire Starter: This is great, thanks for sharing.
Alex Newton: might be better idea to put barrel vertical then you can drain the coil if its not being used in the winter
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Wayne Boyer: Where did he get "18 versus 80" "Frank" says it at 30 seconds.
Wayne Boyer: An old question was posted: 18 or 80 meters? The 80 meters could not at all fit in the barrel. However 18 is about 54 feet. Looks right to me.
The size should be big enough to allow water flow. The water will flow based on what's being used. If it comes out of your 20 foot high tank pressure then 3/8 tubing could make slow flow. I'm thinking: start the fire & later start clothes and dishwasher. Whatever is left for a shower is "OK by me." If 80 used, then flow is choked.
cdimmm: i'd put that puppy in the house.
reyjalapeno: How many meters of copper pipe in the barrel,please'thanks
Jeva157: Where can I get details ;)
mreisma: there is pressure release, it lets out steam and water overflow. they didn't show the other side.
Paul Mays: the actual design does include a steam blow off, this video does not get into the details.
Glen Bradley: thats a great idea! rocket stoves are da best!
KoruEcoSpa: Go Geoff ! You're the best, Thank God for you in the world.
Jamie Bracken: Well going off the brief description its hard to assess just what is going on in there as they only give the basic of the mechanism.