Self-construction of a steel chimney stove

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Self-construction of a steel chimney stove

by redloks » 12/08/09, 19:28

Here is a feedback on the realization of a steel chimney stove, hoping that it will help some ...
here is the address of the file it's a little big sorry ... -4125.html

Mirror on the site: ... NIJXvG.pdf
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by Christophe » 13/08/09, 08:44

Waw hat!

Thank you for the doc, it's very interesting but to do this assembly you have to be very well equipped (cutting "thick" sheet metal) and know how to weld perfectly!

In short it is not within the reach of the first comer.

In any case keep us informed when you have resolved the setting of the chimney. If you have any questions, don't hesitate, several members have already built or modified stoves!
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by Former Oceano » 13/08/09, 12:23

I find the idea really interesting to have a stove under the chimney to recover the embers and benefit from a slow combustion.
Often below there is a bulk of logs, it is a good way to reclaim this space.
Sacred job, we await the continuation and thank you for sharing your experience with us. : Mrgreen:
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