How to build a super Efficient Wood Burner from start to finish .No smoke and Clean Burn



This Video series shows the build of a wood burner/heater from an gas cylinder from start to finish.The video begins by explianing the cutting of flue /ash pan hole in top and bottom. Main materials from the local scrapyard made new.Then door is cut out, door frame built,secondary air pipework,flue deflector plate.The next in the series shows the fitting flue deflector plate,drilling bending and fixing the les,grinding all old welds off, making lifting handles,flue outlet and drilling the secondary air intake hole,making the door hinges,cutting hole out for glass in door,welding secondary air intake pipes in.The series ends with making the secondary air intake,door frame welded,primary air damper built and welded on.A Test burn is shown at the end.

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