Rocket Stove

Rocket Stove


Covered rocket stoves are Brick Rocket Stove, Bucket Rocket Stove, DUAL BURNER" Rocket Stove, TIN CAN Rocket Stove. There are ton's of changes you could make to this great cooking stove. The only other one that i will show is at the bottom of the page and it is a Rocket Mass Heater and well worth a look for heating your house, cabin, garage, and hunting blind.

Brick Rocket Stove

From Survival Common Sense During an emergency, the ability to purify water could be critical. This improved brick rocket stove could be built for about $10, if you have to buy the materials. It's possible to salvage all of them.


 Bucket Rocket Stove

Gene Lonergan wanted a rocket stove that did not cost $120 nor have a metal liner that would rust out quickly from the intense heat. He also wanted to make three of these that will eventually be removed from the plastic buckets and placed in a counter top outdoor kitchen area


DUAL BURNER" Rocket Stove! 

desertsun02 Shows a Homemade "6 Block" Rocket Stove. DIY "Dual Burner" Rocket Stove is made from only 6 blocks!. similar to the 4 block rocket stove. uses the same blocks. (just add 2 "Half Blocks"). great for emergency/SHTF or everyday use

TIN CAN Rocket Stove

 Homemade TIN CAN ROCKET STOVE. From desertsun02  Simple DIY. no special tools required. easy clear directions. This stove is great! Items needed: 3 metal cans, gravel/sand and/or dirt! that's it. only tools he used were a hacksaw, pliers and a drill. powerful stove. wind and rain resistant. can cook full meals using very little fuel (leaves, twigs and small sticks). He even fueled these stoves just on "junk mail!". Notes: main body of stove (largest can) is a one gallon paint can. bought it at home depot for $5. medium sized can is a pasta sauce can and the smallest can is a standard size soup can. i used a 2 1/2" hole saw to mark (score) the paint can

Rocket Mass Heaters

From Green Energy Futures The rocket stove takes our fascination with fire and bends it 90 degrees. Discover the secrets of building an amazing Rocket Stove from Ashley Lubyk of Dirt Craft Natural Building and Rob Avis of Verge Permaculture. Learn more in our full blog, radio podcast and photos:

It's a hyper efficient wood stove that uses far less wood to get a far more effective result, whether it's heating or cooking. It grew out of efforts in developing countries to build a more fuel efficient, safer cooking stove and it has since morphed into an idea that could eventually replace your furnace. Learn how it works this week at Green Energy Futures.

Using mine I burn wood for 3 hours, and it keeps the garage warm for about 30 hours, the wild card is the temp out side. and what i am burning is twig size wood.

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