The principle behind a rocket stove is simple–rather than cooking on an open fire, you burn wood in an insulated chimney. Rocket stoves are highly efficient and easy to make. They run on twigs, so you can avoid cutting down a whole tree just to cook dinner. This 5 gallon steel bucket stove is easy to buil and you’ll enjoy using it.
DIY rocket stove of a 5 gallon metal bucket (via
Low-tech is the new high-tech, and the best example of the low-tech revolution is the miraculous rocket stove–a stove that makes it possible to cook with small twigs–no logs needed! The chimney effect creates a highly efficient, largely smoke-free burn. There’s no need to cut down a tree to cook your dinner–all you need is a few small branches or twigs.
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Using four soup cans and a #10 can (like the size used for bulk stewed tomatoes or something), you can build this rocket stove which is powerful enough to cook a meal in minutes.
DIY mini rocket stove of upcycled tin cans (via
This tutorial with a video will tell you how to build a small metal camping rocket stove with a few additional metal rods added for stability. Interested? Go ahead reading it!
DIY small camping rocket stove of metal (via
This rocket stove is completely portable and can be used in all kinds of picnics and hiking. The main part of the portable rocket stove is an old helium bottle.
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To complete the following instructions for making a rocket stove, experience in welding and metalworking is needed as this project requires a great deal of it. Changes may be made to the materials in the schematic according to personal preference or based on availability of materials.
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This rocket stove you are going to be making is very nice looking and is very simple to make, and can be made in a couple of hours even if you are not real handy. One of the nice things about this rocket stove is that you will be able to cook full meals using very little fuel. By fuel we mean leaves, twigs, and small sticks. Just a brief side note: main body of stove is a one gallon paint can.
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This pretty rocket stove was built of a 10 galloon steel bucket and can be used as a small charcoal grill. Despite its crude appearance and obvious limitations, it works well. Once started, it boils water faster than the gas range in the kitchen.
DIY rocket stove made of a 10 gallon steel can (via
A well designed DIY rocket stove can create the same amount of heat as a wood stove using up to 90% less fuel. This efficiency advantage is achieved primarily through two parts of the rocket stove’s design. Read this tutorial to find out how to make one.
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Build a rocket stove of a trash can easily! It’s not a portable version but if perfectly fits a backyard for outdoor cooking, we all know that outdoor-cooked food is tastier!
DIY rocket stove from a trash can (via