Greetings to all lovers of homemade products and those who just looked at the site in search of interesting ideas that you can take note of. Despite the fact that it's still August on the street, or rather its middle, a cold rainy autumn is just around the corner, and there it is a stone's throw to a frosty winter. That is why I suggest you take a note of a son-in-law, an option for making a stove with good heat transfer. With such a work in a workshop or in a garage will be much more comfortable, this is provided that some of you have not yet equipped your working “rooms.” her from a 50-liter gas cylinder. Oh, that only folk craftsmen do not do with them. I have seen similar designs of stoves more than once, if I am not mistaken, they are also called burelyans, they are both factory-made and home-made. But I came across stoves mostly made of car disks. They are more complicated, they require a lot of materials, discs, sheet steel, etc., etc., and how many welding operations need to be performed, I am completely silent. Here, everything is elementary simple, the main thing is to find a cylinder, something else on the little things and have minimal welding skills. If you are interested in the idea, then you are welcome, read it, watch (there will be a video of the process below) and take note.
* 50 l gas cylinder,
* profile pipe 15×15 mm,
* profile pipe with a section of 80×40 mm,
* trimming a round metal pipe with a diameter of 80-100 mm,
* a strip of tin about 2-2.5 cm wide,
* metal strip 1.5-2 cm wide ( small section),
* threaded rod М6-8, nut and metal bar (all this is needed for the handle of the valve),
* one door hinge (you can buy or make, as the author did),
* heat-resistant enamel.
* welding machine,
* magnetic angle,
* a brush for metal, and the same attachment for a grinder,
* a marking tool (marker and tape measure).
First, the author prepares the balloon. Never neglect safety precautions. The cylinder, although old, is not worth the risk. The author unscrews the valve and fills the bottle with water completely. It is advisable to leave it in this position for a couple of days, then drain the water and you can work. At the prepared cylinder, the car cuts off the support shoe with a grinder. Then, stepping back a little from the seam towards the bottom, the grinder makes an incision, but not completely. Welds a homemade hinge and then cuts off the bottom to the end, it turns out a door that can be removed.
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Go to the workshop. Here the author cleans the cylinder with a grinder with a brush attachment. Cuts and removes the neck (I don't know exactly what it is called). The author picks up a steel rectangle along the hole and welds it. All seams are brushed for metal.
Step 6 .
In order for the oven to work as expected, good draft is needed – you need a blower. The author did the following. He took off the door and in the part that will be below, picking up the pipe, outlined and cut out the holes with a grinder. Then, from the pipe that was the template, I made a branch pipe with a gate valve. The author welded this pipe into the hole. To prevent coals from falling on the damper, and the thrust does not deteriorate, the author welded on the protection from the inside.
And so, we figured out the damper, now we need a latch handle (or latch). Here you can also improvise and proceed from what is at hand. The author made this part as follows. I took a small piece of a threaded rod and welded it to a section of a 15×15 mm profile pipe. I cut off the opposite end of the pipe, then welded the finished part to the door. I cut out a hook plate from the strip and drilled a hole. This part was screwed to the stud with a nut. I welded a handle made of a shaped pipe to the “tail”. Weld the bar under the hook onto the body, then cut it to the desired length.
At this stage, the author welded on the perimeter of the door at the junction with a tin strip with the body, I think in order to prevent loss of traction (please share what opinions in the comments).
Step 9 .
As I said at the beginning, this is an oven with good heat dissipation. To increase it, the author applied the following. He cut a pipe with a section of 80×40 mm into six segments 80 cm long.Then he took one workpiece and measured 26 cm from the edge, marked it into strips with a distance of one centimeter from each other and so on up to 61 cm. the opposite wall is approximately 6-7 mm. Then he bent the pipe and welded the cuts, cleaned the seams with a grinder. I did the same with the rest of the pipes.
Then, applying the prepared parts to the body, as shown in the photo, I welded them. This is the way to improve heat transfer. I think it is not necessary to explain the principle of operation, everything is clear here. In the lower part of the furnace, the author welded longitudinal legs to the pipes – the remains of the same 80×40 mm pipe.
And so our oven is ready, the last little touch remains – painting. The author takes heat-resistant enamel in two colors, black and silver, and paints all the elements of the oven.
The author also welded a grate of the appropriate size from a 15×15 mm profile pipe and installed it inside on pre-welded plates.
Now that's it for sure. You can install it in its place, take the chimney outside and make a test run. Do not forget the fire safety rules, install the stoves correctly.
Well, something like that, homemade comrades, below is the video of the process, as promised.