[Stoves] Re powering a TLUD

Paul Olivier paul.olivier at esrla.com
Sun Sep 2 11:57:18 PDT 2012

In working with fine biomass (such as rice hulls) that offers resistance to
the flow of air, one needs in a cooking situation a consistent flow of air
that can be regulated in small increments.

On Sun, Sep 2, 2012 at 7:40 PM, Paal Wendelbo <paaw at online.no> wrote:

>   Stovers
>   What about a 2 inch pipe with a stamp and handle like an old bicycle
> pump, adjusted to give sufficient air to the TLUD while cooking if extra
> air is needed, just lift up the handle and let it go down by itself? No
> batteries needed, just a drop of oil for the leather gasket once a year.
> Paal W
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