Homemade "Briquettes" - DIY Biofuel for Rocket or Wood Stove! (use leaves/grass/weeds or paper!)

2013-09-15 | uploaded | 70137 views

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video shows how to make biomass briquettes (or biscuits) for fueling a rocket or wood stove. (using leaves, grass, weeds or paper) and water. easy to make "biofuel". just grind/shred material and shape it into a briquette or "biscuit" using a homemade "tin can press". let dry in the sun. once fully dry they burn great. they often burn with a lot less smoke than firewood (if they are allowed to fully dry) because the moisture content in them can be as low as 4% (regular firewood can be as high as 65%). less moisture equals less smoke. can also be made with straw, hay, sawdust, corn husk, rice husk, ground nut shells...