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Flex Fuel Stove 2 Door for Wood, Charcoal Briquettes or Biomass

Flex Fuel Stove 2 Door for Wood, Charcoal Briquettes or Biomass

Regular price $129.00
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SKU: 4268

Flex Fuel Stove-Wood, Charcoal Briquettes or Biomass

When the propane/butane runs out and the sun doesn't shine (assuming you have any propane/butane or a solar oven) this little stove will save the day. Small twigs and sticks will work but keeping some extra bags of charcoal briquettes on hand or a small pile of lumber like you see from the trash pile of construction site is even better. That's all you need for a nice hot meal using this stove. These stoves are great for emergencies, camping or just for fun while teaching the kids a new skill. Roast smores, hot dogs, boil water, or cook a serious meal.

It weighs around 17 lbs.

It has a durable cast-iron stove top and fire grate.

The body is stainless steel. Encased between its inner refractory metal liner and the outer stainless steel body is ceramic fiber insulation.

The two handles are stainless steel with bakelite grips for easy carrying and portability.

It comes with a fire grate inside so Charcoal Briquettes are easy to use.

It comes with a wire rack to place in front of the upper door which will hold longer pieces of wood that will be feed into the fire.

It takes a very small amount of wood or charcoal briquettes to cook a full meal.


Tips for using

  • If conditions are breezy or windy, face the doors away from or opposite the wind.

 

  • For charcoal briquettes. Open the lower door the air intake. The upper door will remain closed. If you don't have a little briquette liter fluid, place a small amount of stater material through the chimney. Don't overload when getting the stove started. Continue feeding the stove through the chimney until you have a small fire going. Then add the briquettes onto your fire to start them. Each briquette is worth about 25 degrees. Ten to twelve briquettes will be about right for small pot cooking. They will have a burn time of about an hour. Once the briquettes are burning add the cooking pot to the top of the stove.

 

  • For wood burning. Close the lower door and open the upper door. Place a small amount of stater material through the chimney. Don't overload when getting the stove started. Continue feeding the stove through the chimney until you have a small fire going. Now feed the fire thru the upper door. Place the small wire rack in front of the upper door. This will hold up longer pieces of wood for feeding the fire. Place the cooking pot on top of the stove and keep pushing in more wood as needed to keep the fire burning.You will be able to increase the diameter of the wood as the fire gets hotter.

 

  • When you are done and the stove has cooled down, remove the ashes by turning the stove upside down or dump the ashes out the front two doors.

 

 

 

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