Small garden stove. Steel jar is still quite common. They are used for transportation and storage of paint, varnish, engine oil, diesel oil. Here’s an old 40-liter flask inspired me to think about further application is to make her oven-stove for burning of garden waste and for heating greenhouses.
The manufacturing process is very simple:
–to mark and cut discorso the hole for the chimney at the bottom of the sides of the jar (almost at the bottom);
–punch or drill in the lid of the ash-pit of the neck 5-6 holes with a diameter of 12 – 15 mm;
–weld the four legs of area size 35x35x4 mm and a length of 120 – 150mm (or other suitable steel section);
–tack welding points of the chimney (cut steel pipe with a diameter of 100 mm and a length of 300 -500 mm).
All this work took less than an hour. After 30 minutes the oven is ready I learned to the test in the autumn garden. Put chips, dry leaves and pine sticks. Lit the piece of birch bark and closed the lid. The fire got out of the pipe and the smoke went up, the walls of the flask quickly heated.