Non-Catalytic Reburn Chamber

“Pics or it didn’t happen.”

Fine. Witness the discarded fruits of several hundred dollars of Scandinavian materials science. This, folks, is what a non-catalytic reburn chamber looks like.

This is not a penguin.

This is not a penguin.

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0 Responses to Non-Catalytic Reburn Chamber

  1. Bob says:

    I’ve used refractory cement to rebuild fire brick in wood and coal stove with great results.

  2. Steve_in_CA says:

    Looks to me like there is a fair amount of asbestos in your Non-Catalytic Reburn Chamber.

  3. Peter says:

    And here was I thinking that a Non-Catalytic Reburn Chamber was a scientific description of the interior of my ass after some of our housemate’s patented Redneck Red-hot Chili . . .

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