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01 Traditional Stove.JPG    image/jpeg    83871    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
02 Inside the loading door - close the opening with sheet metal.JPG    image/jpeg    146392    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
03 Width of the metal is about 6 cm.JPG    image/jpeg    170703    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
04 The grate is moved a bit away from the door (top) towards the chimney.JPG    image/jpeg    89844    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
05 Mix some clay and water to make mortar.JPG    image/jpeg    109988    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
06 Mix well and let it sit for a while to become smooth.JPG    image/jpeg    101386    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
07 The clay should be stiff, not runny.JPG    image/jpeg    133944    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
08 Find some bricks and broken bricks.JPG    image/jpeg    95985    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
09 Use a flat stick to put clay onto the brick. Wet the brick first if it is very dry..JPG    image/jpeg    102628    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
10 Push the brick hard into position.JPG    image/jpeg    128595    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
11 Trim the excess clay.JPG    image/jpeg    112505    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
12 Use bricks and pieces across the back of the stove.JPG    image/jpeg    132227    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
13 Find pieces to fit and close the gaps with clay.JPG    image/jpeg    131546    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
14 Put bricks on both sides.JPG    image/jpeg    177104    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
15 Make a metal tube about 27 cm long.JPG    image/jpeg    57364    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
16 Close the seam.JPG    image/jpeg    50061    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
17 Cut one end at about 45 degrees.JPG    image/jpeg    111198    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
17a Orientation of the pipe when it is installed - about 5 cm from the back and side.JPG    image/jpeg    95491    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
18 The upper part can be bricked, or not, your choice.JPG    image/jpeg    160687    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
19 Put bricks into the corners.JPG    image/jpeg    154860    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
20 The upper parts of bricks are chipped away to make room for the pot and the stove lid.JPG    image/jpeg    142592    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
21 Break a brick to put across the entrance.JPG    image/jpeg    106781    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
22 Use clay to hold it secure.JPG    image/jpeg    142439    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
22a Cut the back wall.JPG    image/jpeg    78507    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
22b Bend and break off the middle.JPG    image/jpeg    86730    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
23 Cut the back wall hole to the right, past the centre line.JPG    image/jpeg    102130    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
24 Check the fit with a gauge piece.JPG    image/jpeg    156532    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
25 Put in the pipe and seal well with clay and bits of brick.JPG    image/jpeg    153906    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
26 The pipe points into the heat exchanger toward the corner across from the chimney.JPG    image/jpeg    130114    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
27 Put in one of more loose bricks to make the combustion chamber narrower.JPG    image/jpeg    104749    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
28 The gap between the removable bricks should be about 15 cm.JPG    image/jpeg    115826    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
29 the gap can be very narrow to give a low constant heat when it is not very cold.JPG    image/jpeg    112628    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
30 The narrowing can be made permanent.JPG    image/jpeg    105929    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
31 In this example two loose bricks are used.JPG    image/jpeg    175277    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
32 Place a layer of 30mm coal on the grate to support the smaller coal.JPG    image/jpeg    163262    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
33 Make a hole in the centre to allow air pt pass up from the ash drawer.JPG    image/jpeg    150711    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
34 Build a 'Shatlil' or 'Shatlakh' using thumb-sized wood with paper and kindling in the centre.JPG    image/jpeg    132036    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
35 Pack small coal around the wood on all sides.JPG    image/jpeg    146297    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
36 Add more wood to the Shatlakh and more small coal around.JPG    image/jpeg    168267    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
37 Add large coal between the wood and hte loading door.JPG    image/jpeg    140240    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
38 The drawer can be used to regulate the primary air, therefore the heating power.JPG    image/jpeg    106385    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
39 Pour on 2 caps of diesel. Diesel is very safe to use for stove lighting..JPG    image/jpeg    119554    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
40 Light the wood as deep into the Shatlakh as possible using a thin stick.JPG    image/jpeg    87495    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
41 The flame is immediately drawn into the pipe and starts the chimney working well.JPG    image/jpeg    62781    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
42 A look through the fuel loading door at the fire next to the pipe.JPG    image/jpeg    112556    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
42a Developed fire starting to burn towards the door which talks about 2 hours.JPG    image/jpeg    45522    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
43 The flames come through the pipe hitting the wall in the heat exchanger.JPG    image/jpeg    113839    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
44 Opening the lid allows the chimney to pull in a lot of air keeping the room mostly smoke-free.JPG    image/jpeg    88924    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
45 Blackboard explanation of the development of the fire from the back towards the fuel loading door.JPG    image/jpeg    49354    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
46 All air leaks like this should be sealed.JPG    image/jpeg    121581    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
47 The temperatures of a burning session including refuelling - yellow is the top cooking surface.JPG    image/jpeg    74774    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
48 The flames burn the smoke inside the pipe creating extra heat at the back of the stove.JPG    image/jpeg    45300    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
49 The top surface is hotter than with a traditional stove lighting method.JPG    image/jpeg    112047    Jan/25/2012 05:45 AM   
50 The heat exchanger is hotter as well.JPG    image/jpeg    93324    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
51 Blackboard explanation of how using bricks to change the width of the fire changes the kilowatts of heating power.JPG    image/jpeg    43104    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
52 Cooking efficiency improved when all the air holes in the door were closed except one.JPG    image/jpeg    55407    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
54 The pots used are large.JPG    image/jpeg    116928    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
55 Coal mostly burned and some burning coke remains with lost of ash.JPG    image/jpeg    116975    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
56 A few hot coals remain. Put on some small pieces of wood to re-establish the flame.JPG    image/jpeg    126496    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
57 Throw in coal but do not cover the flame.JPG    image/jpeg    99479    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
58 Push the hot coals to the back and clear the ash.JPG    image/jpeg    129368    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
59 Push in new coal still making sure the wood and flame is not covered.JPG    image/jpeg    115438    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
60 Close the door and the proces of burning starts again from the back.JPG    image/jpeg    72776    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM   
61 Flames and smoke.AVI    video/x-msvideo    13514358    Jan/25/2012 05:46 AM