Dual Stage Combustion
The WoodGas stove effectively burns the fuel twice.
In the first stage, combustion air is driven into the fuel to create some smoke (or wood-gas). This occurs in the gasification zone of the above diagram.
In the second stage, more combustion air is driven into the chamber to burn the gas from the first stage. This occurs in the combustion zone of the above diagram.
The electric fan provides the combustion air in just the right amounts to produce the gas and burn it completely.
- High Efficiency - very little wood produces lots of heat.
- Low Smoke -
- Campfire Smell almost completely eliminated.
- Hot flame - cooks food quickly.