11 comments on “Fast and Easy Rocket Stove Build (Made from Scraps)

  1. Just for the curious about what a #10 can is; check this….
    Can Size Approx. Wt. Cupfuls
    6 oz 6 oz ¾
    8 oz 8 oz 1
    No. 1 10-12 oz 1¼ to 1½
    No. 300 14-16 oz 1¾
    No. 1½ or 303 1 lb.- 17 oz 2
    No. 2 1 lb.4oz or 1 pt 2 fl oz 2½
    No. 2½ 1 lb.12oz to 1lb.14oz 3½
    No. 3 cylinder or 46oz 3 lb.3oz or 1 qt.14oz 5¾
    No. 10 6 lb.2oz to 7 lbs.5oz 12 to 13
    and…
    Can Size – Appx net weight or fluid measure – Appx cups per can

    No. 10………………..6lb – 7lb…………..9 – 12
    No. 5 squat………….4 lb – 4 1/4lb…….8
    No. 3 Cyl……………..46 – 51 fl. oz…….5 3/4
    No. 2 1/2……………..26 – 30oz………….3 1/2
    No. 2…………………..18 – 20 fl. oz……..2 1/2
    No. 303………………..1 lb…………………2
    No. 300………………..14 – 16oz………….1 3/4
    No. 1 (Picnic)………..10 1/2oz…………..1 1/4
    8oz………………………8oz………………..1

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