[rocket stove] chauffage central


Hello to all handyman and handyman friends it’s fredo brico we meet again today for a new video of the rocket stove we had done the last one about three weeks ago it’s his foo? and so we will continue today, I spoke we wanted to heat water to eventually heat a cast iron radiator we found one. So we got a hot water tank from boilers evacuation for fumes we had our rocket stove here we will cut the square of the chimney so that we will insert the path inside I will show you a moment ago there is a serpentine stainless steel inside the fumes will return in the ball will stop here fumes will come beating in the bottom. Come back down and we’ll put the chimney here to evacuate the smoke but I’ll show you a while ago. So here is our cast iron radiators recovery so the goal given that we’re going the rocket stove that’s here the boiler balloon which is the with the serpentine here, the goal it would cut here the pipe of 100 by 100 rocket stove so put it both ends here so far close to caulk a little that fumes iron all right tap at the very bottom of the balloon Spiral down in smoke very hot obviously down spiral we will make a hole hole here there on the side here like that the fumes they go up and down goes through the drain pipe that we have here and goes back after we bring in the water in the radiator here to see if it works it’s a test here he will come out I’m lost here and there on the other side end here we will put what you call toto an expansion tank open air so it’s an expansion tank a vase of expension has air to make us to prevent the water from boiling and it peeps us in the mouth what a big hockey it’s gone I cut So the hole is cut like that there we can sink well if I get there with a hand go So we can sink the chimney in, so we go on the other side we’re going to blow up that part of it because like that here we’ll be able to heat a our fried eggs as the last video besides I would put you the description of the old down the link at the bottom of the description so we blow up that it we make a hole all around to remove all that part and we will put a plate there that way it will make us a dish here just now That’s it I cut the turn we have our little piece of metal that goes on there is more than to make it fall and it’s good And here we will weld it all around of hole is done these deburred and clean the small sheet it is done we will point in the ends then after we will cut at the end so that his sincere nickel is gone for welding We’re back we’ve just finished stuffing the top I do not know if we have Too much good soda we’ll see when we turn on the fire if a small smoke will close the little hole so there we have pierced at the back at the bottom the evacuation of fumes a small pipe of 80 just like that so we do that and we end up after just now Here we are again so I position the exit and extraction of fumes so we are lucky to have a big drill press at toto so here I come from the track in yellow we pierce that and we find ourselves after that advance well it’s cool Hello friends handyman we’re back we just broke the evacuation hole we had a little trouble and we really cold hands there it is I think – 2 at least 3, outside there is freezing fog so these facts there may be put a little ring just now for the sake of keeping right there we will be able to put the rocket stove in place mouth and we have the cord of Because it’s okay we did not look like that may have touched a bit to look at that went we did with a fall we put it in place we have the string of sealing of wood hair we will stuff a little bit around it will allow us when we want to clean it to be able to extract the balloon we do all that and we find ourselves after We’re back then you say to yourself what they screwed up they fucked and no, it’s because we wanted that the chimney go at least until 5 6 cm that the fumes tap well in the top to go down again in the flue so we had more square of 100 per 100 we took the first thing that passes us by hand since there is a fire extinguisher we investigate the holes with the wool We will straighten his So that’s what it looks like the beast I think we’ll turn it on we will test that and it’s the recovery I think we did not complain we’ll see what it gives this is a moment ago for the test we will turn it on we will test it’s gone for the ignition So here we are we have lit the rocket stove just now it heats really well for the moment empty here there was more than 200 degrees here too amazingly behind there in the leads to 70 ° max so what we are going to do is we will put flexible in the ass Hot water tank with a boiler circulators so for the moment we will feed it in 220 but then we will look for another solution to try to it’s at worst a little bit greener a and we’ll see that afterwards so we put all that in place we changed our minds about cast iron radiators as it looks like heating and we’re not going to go from small to a little bigger so we will try with this one so foo did know how to call it the vase there An expansion tank open air so if it ever boiled in it goes up too hot to avoid that inflate the pipes the water will stay here its going to make small bubbles we’ll see how it goes filled the of water the circuit is almost up once that will come out by the little tip of PE there will be connected to the rocket stove it’s gone for the ignition of the soon rocket stove so we see we put the probe with toto in the cast iron radiator scrap to 2.4 degrees I put straw tried that with straw there so the It’s gone So we end up in five minutes so that’s been two minutes we just turned on the rocket I put a little wood we will see the thermometer its rise 6. 2 c ° it’s still time two minutes three minutes there how much to turn it on No, I’ll be back in three minutes what’s the use of the free-air expansion tank That’s the purge that the system also turning Temperature 11 degrees for the moment we wait for it is enough light for a quarter of an hour No smoke it flames well at the temperature of the radiator at the bottom end 21.1 after a quarter of an hour we’ll see you later here we go again about twenty-five minutes that’s turning on the radiator is at 38 of 38,3 it goes up it goes up just at the bottom contact and more here at the exit there it’s really hot I have trouble it holds but has we were colder it goes on up there 140 degrees just in the bottom of the rocket 150 more I’m going up at over 210 2 so here we are there have been some changes since earlier at the beginning we had opted for the small cast iron radiator a priori it was not at all sized enough for heating so we went on this option here but it’s still too small so we’ll go with toto hi toto has a hair bigger so by plugging we find ourselves just now the small radiator there is element the goal being rocket stove heater it’s time to cool before we want to get in like that it would avoid that we hope in any case it would avoid that it boils So here we are two operations at which this rate will heat a cast iron radiator the same desire being heated Surface thank you for watching the videos I would also leave in comment a link from the last video at the bottom in the description I thank also toto once again the workshop the helping hand is the precious help to what plumbing laughs I’m not very strong Feel free to leave a little blue thumb if you like the video to subscribe to the channel also to be able to follow it and not miss anything leave a comment I tell you very soon to possibly further improve the beast hi to all

72 comments on “[rocket stove] chauffage central”

  1. Krommandant says:

    Wow, impressionnant!

  2. roomwithapointofview says:

    Très bien. Avez-vous vu une vidéo d'un camarade de la chaîne YT, Ppotty1?
    Je pense que votre chauffe-eau sur sa boîte de lot battrait le cul.

    Meilleurs vœux.

  3. Ваше Сиятельство says:

    Браво и респект!!
    Bravo et respect!!
    +100500

  4. glenoehoe says:

    Possible de fair sa avec 2 radiateurs en série?

  5. EsAdrian Adrian says:

    fack

  6. Andre Robert says:

    vos idées sont très bien je vais essailler de faire un semblable je maîtrise mieux le fer et le bois que l'écriture ; Robert87 ;

  7. Giulio Gemino says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW4BjE2lvNY
    les chuffage eau es posible ausi avec une serpentine interieur de exchange thermique pour la circulation de les radiateurs…

  8. Léo says:

    J'imagine bien le chauffage à 140°C dans ta baraque haha

  9. Sébastien T says:

    vous devriez faire un test en éloignant le radiateur du rocket stove, car la chaleur dégagé par ce dernier fausse les résultats.
    vous devriez même mettre le radiateur dans une pièce fermée et le stove à l'extérieur pour être sur que celui ci n’influe pas sur le test.
    sinon essais très intéressant, je me demande pourquoi,dans le commerce, il n'existe pas plus de poêle bouilleur dans le commerce , car c'est une solution intéressante pour chauffer plusieurs pièces.

  10. Madd Macc says:

    Great job well done guys

  11. MtrePierre says:

    Bonjour
    les gaz de combustion contiennent de l'eau qui condense au contact du serpentin et même si elle repart en gaz finalement. Cette humidité de surface agglomère des éléments des fumées. N'avez vous pas constaté des dépôts sur le serpentin?
    Autre chose, vous ne risquez pas grand chose à utiliser le radiateur moyen, arrivée vers 85°, le delta de température fait que la quantité de calories perdues est importante, et d'autre part le phénomène de condensation sur le serpentin disparaîtra.

  12. Gilles GILLES says:

    Bonne vidéo très naturelle. Superbe idée de chauffage. Vivement la prochaine vidéo pour voir mieux ce que cela donne avec le gros radiateur. Avez-vous fait des améliorations à ce projet de chauffage ?

  13. Stanley Denning says:

    French, even from a bearded man is sexy. And I'm a man.

  14. Perma vidda says:

    Merci pour ce partage. Vraiment intéressant instructif.

  15. Nahire Laouer says:

    Félicitations belle vidéos…. très intéressant…merci

  16. Association SPHIRAE says:

    bravo les gars ! continuez ! Pensez vous vous qu'on puisse faire de la vapeur surchauffée en quantité avec un serpentin suffisamment long ? merci pour le partage

  17. Marc Forest says:

    Montez les en series vos radiateurs .

  18. David Doehring says:

    I don't understand French. Why is the title in English?

  19. MOUS ! says:

    Nickel les gars, super sympa 👌

  20. Eric Bishoff says:

    Super vidéo les gars ça me donne des envies pour l'atelier !

  21. olivier ritched says:

    trooop bien,bravo et merci !!

  22. JB Leteint says:

    Bien joué ^^ Beau bricolage ^^

  23. Jim McGill says:

    If the title is in English the content should be too…

  24. Yves Ingeveld says:

    Super

  25. TMoD7007 says:

    Speak english on a video with an english title! Not that strange sounding gibberish!

  26. ABARTH伊達 says:

    I make trial and error, is rocket stoves a warm water stove and the same thing to talk in Japan in Japan?

  27. JL L51 says:

    Super génial, y a pu qu'a trouver un système pour alimenter avec des pellets pour l'autonomie

  28. hugo duhamel says:

    et ce que c'est a çai puissant pour chauffer radiateur

  29. hugo duhamel says:

    merci c'est ce que c'est dangereux ou pas

  30. Dupermond says:

    Salu fredo ! merci beaucoup pour ce montage !
    je pourrais me faire un beau radiateur lol

  31. cabau richard says:

    J ' ai bien aimé ; Il y a un peu moins d ' étincelles de meuleuse et d ' éclairs d ' arcs électriques mais beaucoup plus d ' explications et de vidéo sur la réalisation …. Bravo , continuez ….. avec mes encouragements !!!

  32. phil dubois says:

    salut , sympa l'idée maintenant pour la sécurité surchauffe fais marcher ton installation en thermosiphon, abandonne les pompes … sinon bravo

  33. carole pota says:

    bonjour , pourquoi des fumées a 50 degré est un probleme ? merci

  34. Yani Carmelo says:

    lo hubiesen funcionar con aceite de coche para no estar con la madera el aceite quemado rinde muchas horas sin que estar mirando si se apaga PULGAR ARRIBA saludos desde ARGENTINA

  35. VangerdahastOCR says:

    Excellent, je serais curieux de savoir si on peut faire tout un circuit avec plusieurs radiateurs de cette façon, je suis un type sur youtube qui fait de Rocket Stove du tonnerre si ça vous branche : https://youtu.be/VCZSR3CFn8U 😉

  36. Reda Ouali says:

    Si l'eau des radiateurs bout c'est car il n'y a pas de sécurité aquastat 110 degrés cela montre a forcément 100 degrés( pas plus car après l'eau devient vapeur vu que votre circuit est ouvert) forcément vu que rien ne coupe les flammes et pour optimiser la circulation de l'eau un circuit fermé serai favorable pour le circulateur alors que le vase d'expansion laisse échapper la dilatation mais aussi la pression qui donne de l'inertie au circulateur bonne suite et amélioration à vous

  37. marc le jeann says:

    Combien de temps pour apprivoiser TOTO ? Il mord toujours les voisins ?

  38. nomakil coco says:

    Et on peu mètre les chauffage en série ?

  39. Charlene Fernandez says:

    vanne 4 voies et circulateur, ca marche bien..

  40. Vincent Magar says:

    Bonjour, une question toute bête : Pourquoi ne pas faire circuler la fumée directement dans le radiateur? (avec un cache pour ne pas se faire cloques aux doigts!)

  41. Frank Stocker says:

    Great video would be nice to use antifreeze it has a much higher boiling point.

  42. Claudio Bassi says:

    Merci …bravo

  43. Anthony ben says:

    Bonjour peux être l installer avec un chauffage sol + boiler

  44. kamak lucien says:

    c'est quoi cette usine a gaz……….

  45. Dave Kauffman says:

    Very interesting idea, I didn't understand some of the things, but the translation was decent. I no parles vous Frances or I would try to help.

  46. A. Zenen C. says:

    Be careful with the CO² … Just saying…

  47. Joanne Cohen says:

    Do you think a heater fan might circulate the heat ? It may work. N’est pas?

  48. Joanne Cohen says:

    Caframo Ecofans
    WARMS THE ROOM NATURALLY & USES NO ELECTRICITY
    Generates its own electricity from the surface heat of your wood stove

  49. Mathieu Pinson says:

    Génial ! Où se procurer un poêle dragon comme le votre ?

  50. ismail kouki says:

    Salut , est ce que l'intercalage d'une pompe de circulation d'eau dans le circuit est necessaire .

  51. 1964kote says:

    მაგარია! 🙂

  52. moussa Sama says:

    Bravo c'est bien

  53. klipdriftpower says:

    Bravo 👍

  54. SZYMCZAK Hugo says:

    Mais les fumées vont condenser dans le serpentin et le ronger d'oxydation nan ?

  55. Porczel Zsombor says:

    super

  56. iwon P says:

    Allez Toto! Allez Toto! Allezzzzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

  57. Colin CK says:

    A cup of tea as a bonus! Well done you deserve it.

  58. Pierre Séguier says:

    merci pour le tuto.

    Le vase d'expansion à air libre m'étonne un peu : j'aurrais pensé qu'il faille le mettre au point le plus haut de l'installation. Hors 1) les tuyeaux font des zig zag, donc l'air du chauffe eau ne peut pas sortir 2) comment se fait il que l'eau puisse monter dans le serpentin, sans couler dans le vase d'expansion?

  59. David Manishewitz says:

    is there a loop inside the burn chamber ,or how do you heat the water for the radiator? thanks

  60. Gédéon Dead Coté says:

    Génial merci pour vos tests. Je me demandais justement si c'était jouable et je vois que oui. Merci merci 🙂
    Je voudrais dire aussi que vous pourriez peut-être installer un dispositif mécanique au niveau du vase d'expansion à air libre relié à au rocket stove pour modérer le chauffage en déviant par exemple les fumées chaude par un un autre circuit d'évacuation. Mais bon c'est facile à dire.

  61. seek2find says:

    Thank you for the English translation!

  62. mikkei says:

    chamber inside must be isolated

  63. Mohammed Al-Qassab says:

    Nice and good idea, but there are few steps was not clear for me.I think you should make a new video and disciple step by step for people who have no previous idea.thanks a lot for your effort.

  64. Florin Negru says:

    Very useful project, thank you for your kindness to share with us ! God bless you !

  65. rronmar says:

    A fan will help the radiator dissipate a lot more heat. Rockets are great, unfortunately the only way I know to feed them long term is with pellets or oils…

  66. Lionel Roger says:

    Bonjour ou en es tu pour ton thermosiphon ? Bon courage

  67. Serge Van Dyck says:

    C'est super .
    Avec 2 ou trois ventilateurs d'ordinateur derrière le radiateur , l'air serai pulsé et chaufferai l'ensemble de l'atelier.
    Pour la pompe de circulation et les ventilateurs,un panneau solaire de 150 a 300watt un régulateur de 20 Ampéres une batterie de 50 a 70 ampères et un onduleur de 150 ou 300watt devrait faire l'affaire.
    Cordialement.

  68. Yassine Hettat says:

    Bonjour super boulot mais comment vous faites le ramonage ??

  69. Alexander Garcia says:

    Great idea. That is something I might create with my everlast welder to heat up my space.

  70. jackasscou says:

    Je planche sur un système pour adapter à un poèle à bois depuis plusieurs semaine et votre vidéo vient de me faire un déclic, les systèmes les plus simple sont souvent les meilleurs ! Merci pour votre aide les amis <3

  71. mylepape says:

    Vous etes trop cool, merci pour votre partage. Super l'idée du vase d'expansion a air libre..

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