Assembling on Friday, 19 August 2016, during the final hours of Summer Stove Camp at Aprovecho, Dr. Paul Anderson, Dr. Paul Taylor, and others will lead a two-day gathering focused on a broad array of char production technologies and related devices. This is a hands-on experience with discussions, experiments, and development of farm-size char-making units (DIY pyrolizers and commercially available units costing less than $3000), barrel-size char makers, kilns, retorts, flame curtain pyrolysis, TLUD cookstoves, and more. Device-related considerations include size, safety, construction materials, designs (cones, pyramids, covered barrel – C4 kiln, earth pits, etc.), labor of operation, quenching alternatives, fuel options, yield of char, char characteristics, and uses of available heat.
On Friday evening, all participants will be treated to a meal featuring food cooked by char-making stoves.
Here is a link to the PDF file containing the Schedule for the 2016 Char Production Gathering (click to view).
All prospective attendees of the Char Production Gathering must register separately from the Summer Stove Camp, as each event has its own registration. The registration and fee payment process for the Char Production Gathering is initiated with the Personal Information form below.
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