How to build a Multi Use Simple Homemade Wood Gas System from Scrap Materials that can be used as a Generator,Cooking Stove and Lantern

This video shows the build of a Homemade Simple Wood Down Draft Style Gasifier System from Scrap Materials.These are made from Old used Propane tanks .This multi use Gasifier can be used to Power a vehicle,run a generator,used as a cooking stove and used as a lantern.This is an ideal setup for someone who is totally off the grid living in the woods and wants to save some serious money.Burning wood for fuel is an inexpensive and renewable alternative to gasoline.As even greater numbers of folks turn to renewable fuels to fulfill their energy needs, the potential of wood gasification must be spread.

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