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NEW FLAME CARBONISER GOOD FOR TREE LITTER

by Brian Lewis - December 17th, 2016.
Filed under: Announcements.

A new type of flame carboniser is being developed by the Warm Heart organisation that is shaping up to be an ideal approach for making biochar from tree litter. It does need to be tended (or stoked) to add new layers and prevent smoking
but the trough shape makes it very suitable for longish branches and prunings thereby reducing the need to cut to size as with smaller, drum-type carbonisers.

Go to:

http://warmheartworldwide.org/new-type-fc-biochar-production-unit/

to see an excellent description of the technique and detailed drawings and dimensions of the various models that they have designed.

I have added the above link to the blogroll for your convenience.

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