Friday, February 10, 2012

Good On Gas

Got wood. Got gas!

Raw material on the hoof.

Wood Gas Stove: A gasifier. Gasification is a process that converts wood into gases and then burns them at very high temperatures.

The process combusts the wood smoke to a point where there is very little left but ash.

The process is extremely efficient and gets the most energy out of wood while leaving only a little ash.

Wood gasification turns wood into carbon monoxide and hydrogen by reacting it at high temperatures with a controlled amount of oxygen. Without oxygen, the wood doesn't burn but transforms into gas, which then burns.



Wood gas

Wood gas generator