DIY Video :How to build a Wood Stove that runs a generator, produces gasoline,runs a fridge and act as a water heater at the same time

This Video shows one of the most efficient wood stove on the planet it will make gasoline run a generator and a propane fridge, heats hot water and your home at the same time.This Stove can burn all paper and plastic trash, cow dung, wood, grass and even dry human waste plus just about every other dry organic compound. The bio-digester manure can be burnt after it produces methane for you and used as Syn-Gas.To construct a perfect wood stove, you have to collect all the important components, with which the device should be built up. You’ll need Barrel,Stovepipe,Driller,Braces,Welding gloves.Generally, it is said that the efficiency of wood may vary from one model to another. However, still, with the above method, you can design the best stove, which can not only operate a generator and fridge but also forms gasoline. If your stove is in hotter condition, it may be easier to break down the fuel into smaller particles at the time of burning.

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