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PATSARI STOVE

 
Alan Whitaker
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has anyone got a link for instructions on building a Patsari stove?  I keep getting little info on youtube and google.  I want to play with building one for an outdoor kitchen as I'm tired of buying propane.  i have about 20 acres of honey Locust, bo d'arc and Hackberry that is going to waste.  I want to build a fire and cook with it on something I can build.
 
ronie dee
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h0w about a simple rocket cook stove?

sorry never heard of patsari
 
Alan Whitaker
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The Patsari is supposed to be an improved Lorena stove which is supposed to be the predecessor to the rocket stove.  I'm looking for something that i can cook several pots and pans on like a gas range.  But i want to fire it with wood and make it out of cheap materials like a rocket stove.  I have a wood cook stove, but i want to build something for outside that emits little smoke and is very wood efficient.
 
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Here you go, it is in Spanish but gives a good idea of the concept in pictures. Might be neat to combine with a rocket stove type of wood feed ?

http://bioenergylists.org/estufasdoc/Rodolfo_Diaz/ManualPatsari.pdf

And other looks.

https://picasaweb.google.com/casitalinda2009/PatsariStoveWorkshopInSanMiguelViejo#

http://www.appropedia.org/HSU_Chiapas_Improved_Cookstoves
 
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Here is a short video showing the construction:

http://www.bioenergylists.org/en/node/1712

If you navigate around that site, you will find plenty of info.  Since the stove was developed in Mexico, much of it may be in Spanish.
 
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