[Gasification] gasifier type updarft use rice husk
kchisholm at ca.inter.net
Mon Dec 19 18:23:43 CST 2011
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From: <bayent at ns.sympatico.ca>
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Cc: "Kevin" <kchisholm at ca.inter.net>
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Subject: Re: [Gasification] gasifier type updarft use rice husk
> Another side to wood gas.. you smell like a camp fire.. that or burnt
> sausage depending on the situation when you open the hopper and let the
> ghost out.
> I was at a meeting several years ago and this nice looking lady came up
> and said " My you smell good. " Now guy's that don't happen to me.. well
> not often at least.
> Seems she loved campfires and I assume I sort of carried the odor. ( got
> to admit I mostly carry some sort of odor.. often of shellfish )
> Thus all this wood gas deal may have benefits we have not thought about?
# Yes... do you still have the recipe for the wood smoke, that worked so
well for you several years ago? ;-)
> Anyone driving on wood gas during winter?
# It is very interesting that when gasoline prices in US are about $US 3.87
per US Gal, this equates to about $1.00 per litre. Gasoline here in Nova
Scotia is about $1.25 per litre. There seems to be relatively little
interest inwood gas for vehicles here, even though the cost of gasoline is
about 25% greater than in the US.
> Presently meeting 100% of heat with wood gasification.
# Very interesting!! I wonder if there is anyone else using wood gas for
heating, in Canada or the US?
> Good chance for me to wish you all a Merry Christmas or Happy Holiday
> depending on your perspective.
# Thanks very much! I do hope to be able to drop in and see you on my way
back home after Christmas!
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