Tlud biochar stove for sale at Biochar Industries

Tlud biochar stove for sale…. What is it I hear you say.
Well

T l u d

is an acronym for Top Lit Up Draught meaning you lite it at the top and the air is sucked up through the fire. Fantastic device that is light and will work with all woods great survival tool . The best feature of this Tlud is when the flames go out you then have biochar. All you have to do is drop the embers on the ground and spray some water on them so they don’t continue to burn.

This particular model was imported from India and has a very nice finish and somehow I ended up with some to sell so I wanted to let my readers know first before I start selling them at stores and markets.

I have made video instructions and uploaded it to youtube so you can see how easy it is.

Tlud Biochar Cooking Stove with Biochar Industries forest in the back ground 480 300x200 Tlud biochar stove for sale at Biochar Industries

Here she is a good looking unit biochar stove on tripod

I will point out the various pieces to it  so you can have a better idea of this stove.

If you would like to own one of these great stoves please click here

You can come and see this stove in action at :

my workshop in Byangum

World Environment day 2011 Murwillumbah

Woodford Folk Festival

COMRADES UNITE, FOR EARTH WE MUST FIGHT

Charmaster Dolph Cooke

 

 

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About Charmaster

Male 45, Australian crazy about biochar. I love the feeling I get when I do something I thought I could not do. Intrests are :- Biochar, Bush Mechanics, Quantum Agriculture, Gardening, Composting, Alternative health through nature, helping others, Dreaming BIG then actioning those dreams.

7 Responses to “Tlud biochar stove for sale at Biochar Industries”

  1. Jim Sansom January 2, 2012 at 4:04 pm #

    I am looking for plans and construction detail for an Adams Retort.
    This project is under the auspices of the Newham and District Landcare Group in central Victoria. Where do I look?
    Cheers, Jim Sansom

  2. Charmaster January 2, 2012 at 6:24 pm #

    Hello Jim is the Adam retort biochar kiln the right thing for the job ? I am happy to put you in touch with the guy who sells the plans. But to save you a lot of trouble perhaps we should correspond first. There are a lot of other biochar systems out there that could be much better value for money.

    Charmaster Dolph

  3. Kewal January 4, 2012 at 3:24 am #

    want to bild a retort kiln to produce charcoal and biochar.
    This wil be benefit of ecological cultivation and logging.
    I live in South America in the country Suriname.
    We have here a very large rainforest and a lot of wood.
    The waste of te wood get burn in staad of making charcoal or biochar.
    Can you advise me what Kiln is best to build.
    Is ther a better way than the Adam Retort Kiln.
    And where can i find the drawings of those kilns
    Our language is Dutch and I must always translate with google translator.
    I hope you can help me with some advice of making charcoal and biochar.
    Greating Rick

  4. Kelly February 18, 2012 at 7:26 am #

    I would love to buy a tlud stove but I live in the United States. Is there no way I can buy one?

  5. Charmaster February 24, 2012 at 12:59 pm #

    Hey Kelly try http://biomassenergyfndn.org/bef/

  6. Bjorn Brandberg April 18, 2012 at 6:28 pm #

    Hi
    I live in Mozambique and I ama jack of trades for poverty alleviation and one of my interests is biochar for conserving soil and improve the in come for poor farmers. Chemical fertilisers has the benefits on short term to increase harvest and biochar has the long term benefits that may make fertilisers obsolete. Our question is how do we make a stove which can be made locally (like a brick kiln) and how would we know when it is ready for not burning everything down to ashes?

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