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Wood Vinegar Kiln
Japanese design Efficient at making charcoal and wood vinegar Iwasaki Kiln
Step 1 Heat enters charcoal chamber, becomes trapped and circulates, converting wood into charcoal.
Step 2 At 80-120 degrees Celsius, heated wood releases pryoligneous acid (wood vinegar)
Smoke/steam enters the bamboo chimney and rapidly plummets in temperature, causing steamy pryoligneous acid to condense. Step 3
Cooled pryoligneous acid steam condenses into a collectable liquid form within condenser Step 4
Charcoal Quality of charcoal is better when temperature reaches 800 degrees Celsius Higher quality charcoal produces less smoke
Wood Vinegar Collect vinegar between 80-120 degrees Celsius
Wood Vinegar Benefits Insecticide
Wood Vinegar Benefits Fertilizer
Cost of Kiln 2500 baht Price can be brought down to 1000 baht if oil drums are provided
I need from each of you Your Name Your phone number A warehouse to build the kiln (or other covered, open building) Volunteers A date to build the kilns To donate 2 old oil drums (if possible)
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