Originally Posted by Broz
Winmag, do they make a conversion kit? What does it drip on? rocks? Thinking I might like the option of either wood or diesel if it is posible.
Like Jake Levi said, it drips onto a sloped piece of steel in a pan. Imagine a pony keg, with a coffee can at the bottom, where a small slightly sloped piece of steel rests in the center of the can. Now put a fancy looking piece of tin around the pony keg with louvers, & add a tank plummed into the whole thing with a pitcock for adjusting the flow.
We light newspaper, drop it into the "coffee can" then start the drip. I doubt you could burn wood in it except very small bits, & pieces in emergency. It would be a real pain to scoop the ashes too. But it could hold enough firewood to keep you alive in a blizard as a last resort. Your drip stove may not work after that, but you'd be alive to build/buy another one.
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