Thursday, December 10, 2015

CHP Combined Heat and Power Wood Pellet Rocket Stove RV Trailer Home Boat Tent Yurt Cabin Biomass Cogenerator Corn Algae Burner Electricity Hot Water Heater Furnace Modular Lego Block Designe Light Weight Portable Compact Tiny Camp Stainless Steel Thermal Electric Gride Tie Alternative Energy Producer Net Zero Low Emissions Efficient Superheated Combustion

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It is a Combined Heat and Power Wood Pellet Rocket Stove. For: RV, Trailer, Home, Boat, Tent, Yurt, Cabin, etc.

This Biomass Cogenerator Corn Algae Burner; can be setup with various Options to produce Electricity, Hot Water, and Heat. This Furnace uses a Modular Lego Block Design that can be stacked in a sanwich sideways with each block measuring just 3" wide 24" tall and 12" deep. It is Light Weight, Portable, Compact, and Tiny; at just 20# or 9 KG.

This Camp Stove is made using a Stainless Steel Rocket Nozzel Combustor. It is designed to handle the extreme >1200 F temps the pellet stove uses to cleanly and efficiently anhilate the wood pellets into high grade heat. Burning Biomass has Net Zero co2 Low Emissions. It has a Smokeless Efficient Superheated Combustion system that exceeds the 1200 F required to combust any carbon monoxide into carbon dioxide.

With Optional accessories it can produce electricity using Thermal Electric, and Hot Water. It can be uesd in a on or off Gride Tie, as a Alternative Energy Producer where needed. It can be stood on its tripod or wall mounted. Along with our optional wall mount we can add 12" x 24" polished stainless steel reflectors that hinge out from each side for corner mount setups.

The top Has a high heat zone suitable for cooking and the base is stable enough to handle heating upto a 5 gallon bucket of water!

It has 3 removeable caps for easy cleanout maintenance and lighting. It has a ash drop, 3" stove pipe connector, clean out tool, hanging fold out large capacity pellet hopper, and 2" flexiable pellet feeder tube.

Heat output can be regulated by a slide valve that adjusts the rate of oxidization induction through its superheated secondary combustion air double wall and tripple wall design. 

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