Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by zelph » Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:04 pm

I edited a video for backpackinglight and thought I would make one to show a little bit of the start up of a batch of pine wood that I was able to boil 4 cups of water with. The start up shows how well the stove drafts in the intital burning of the tinder made up of split pine twigs that are under the paper. Lots of volitals in pine twigs for sure. Can you tell I like watching this little stove burn wood? Those of you that have purchased one of these stoves will be in for a treat when the time comes to burn some wood and cook some eggs. ;) Watch the fire roar :D

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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by stevebo » Mon Nov 22, 2010 7:30 pm

zelph, what does the stove weigh, and how much are you selling them for? I really like the idea----very clever, definitely groundbreaking!

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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by zelph » Mon Nov 22, 2010 11:26 pm

stevebo wrote:zelph, what does the stove weigh, and how much are you selling them for? I really like the idea----very clever, definitely groundbreaking!
It weighs 3.9 ounces and the cost is $45.00 + $4.00 shipping I don't have them listed on my stove store site so you have to pm me to get my paypal info
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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by sudden » Tue Nov 23, 2010 10:51 am

stevebo wrote:zelph, what does the stove weigh, and how much are you selling them for? I really like the idea----very clever, definitely groundbreaking!
I have one and love it. It also doubles as a very nice pot stand. You can fold it into a triangle (use the included clip to hold it together,the floor catch will also hold it in this shape).
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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by zelph » Tue Nov 23, 2010 11:54 am

sudden wrote:
stevebo wrote:zelph, what does the stove weigh, and how much are you selling them for? I really like the idea----very clever, definitely groundbreaking!
I have one and love it. It also doubles as a very nice pot stand. You can fold it into a triangle (use the included clip to hold it together,the floor catch will also hold it in this shape).
Cool idea Sudden, I got to try that today :D ..............thanks for the idea!!!!
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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by zelph » Sun Dec 19, 2010 12:47 am

I did 3 test burns today with the 3" diameter stove using 1 ounce of kiln dried pine. 4cc of alcohol as starter. Did not achieve a boil but I think it's easy to do with 1.5 ounce of fuel. Here is what 1 ounce of fuel looks like and the stove on fire:
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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by ConnieD » Tue Mar 15, 2011 12:57 pm

...arrived.
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This is so getting a workout this week.

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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by zelph » Tue Mar 15, 2011 9:46 pm

ConnieD wrote:...arrived.
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This is so getting a workout this week.
That's great, be sure to follow the directions in the video at photobucket. I sent the link. ;)

To several test burns this weekend. You will be amazed how easy it is to light a vertical stacked load. You won't go back to twiggy feeding a stove. : You'll even light the MK-1 stove vertical stacked from the top.

In a week or so I'll be making a batch of the original round design that fits in a SP600 mug. I'll be making it a tad taller because of my test results.
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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by Tamerlin » Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:15 am

zelph wrote: In a week or so I'll be making a batch of the original round design that fits in a SP600 mug. I'll be making it a tad taller because of my test results.
Cool... I'll probably get one, since the folding one is a little bit too big for the base of a Kelly Kettle Trekker... which is pretty nice so far.

I should probably have used a timer, but with 3 oz (far more than necessary) of alcohol in the companion burner I got from you, the water in the kettle + the water in the pot on top came to a boil in around 5 minutes, and the stove kept burning for at least another 6 or 7 minutes, with flames reaching the top of the chimney. Later on, I found that 1 oz was almost enough for a rolling boil with the kettle full of (tap) cold water, and 1.5 oz was overkill.
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Re: Woodgaz UL wood burning stove.

Post by zelph » Sat May 07, 2011 10:47 pm

I'm working on an attachment for the folding woodgaz to allow for the use of the GI-Joe mug and the BCB mug to be used on top of it. It is going to be a stainless steel wire support that will be attached to all stoves. The stove will be able to accomidate smaller diameter pots.
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