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Great, the idea of making smoke free wood stoves from cement and plastic baskets

Great, the idea of making smoke free wood stoves from cement and plastic baskets
D Hawthorne : To prevent cracking, make this from refractory cement or at least add 30-50% gypsum powder to your mix. This can be bought in a bag or harvested from scrap drywall (sheetrock). You can readily find scraps at residential construction sites and demolition sites. Most big box hardware stores will probably have some in their dumpsters as well.
Another tip is to make sure the slump of your concrete isn't too high. This is a measure of how easily it flows. If concrete is really wet when it is poured, it will shrink more during the curing process. This creates internal tensile stresses that lead to cracking. Adding in the expansion and contraction of burn cycles and it won't last very long.
Maria Teresa Oliveira Maria Teresa : Meus parabéns ficou maravilhoso muito lindo top vou tentar fazer Deus te abençoe pelo seu trabalho
Kevin Bauer : What a great build, and very simple!

Two things I might add would be a rain cover (cone) over the chimney, and tile on the top to shed some of the rain.
Caroline Monteiro : If you add a metal sheet to cover that side air entrance you can adjust the fire to low, medium and high. You can also make a hot plate right in front of the chimney on top of the hot chamber and also add a side metal bucket to boil water in coming from the opposite side to the air entrance. Its just a metal pipe connected to a pot but make the pipe go around and under the metal pot chamber with a little holes for the hot vapor to be able to excape of it would end up exploding. Oh and if you make a second chamber in front of that bucket (a squared area )with about a 5cm armed concrete division you have a front oppening squared oven. Add a oven door from the front. Which is why you need to be able to get the fire on low so you can bake instead of burning. You can have it all. It's really cool.
ultravioleta4 : Use waterglass in the mix to make it fireproof. Use puffed silica, clay, perlite or vermiculite in the mix to make it insulative to improve overall functionality and efficiency.


Upgrade your apartment with these easy DIY ideas

Does your room seems boring to you? Don't worry, we've got it covered! Here are some crazy cool crafts and DIYs that will definitely leave you inspired. Just prepare some cement and polymer clay.

DIY lamp stand
If even Ikea lamp stands look boring to you, it is time to create something unique. Take 10-12 old books that you won't read anymore and mix a bowl of cement. Put the books in the cement mixture one by one and then place them one on another randomly to create a column. Let dry. Well done! Now you can put your lamp on this unique handmade lamp stand that makes your room look so cozy :)

Easy planters
Do you like plants and flowers in your house? So do we! However, common planters may look boring. Here is a simple DIY idea for you. Take a pair of rubber gloves for cleaning and fill them in with some cement. Put both gloves in a big bowl to create a round shape and let dry. Carefully cut off and remove the gloves. Fill the cement hands with ground ans plant your favorite flowers. By the way, it can be a really nice gift idea for your family and friends.

Watch the video for more DIY cement home decor ideas.

00:47 DIY lamp stand from old books
02:38 An easy and lovely way to reuse old light bulbs
05:25 Cute little candle holders
07:10 Amazing garden decor from old toys
10:29 Handmade polymer clay ideas

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5-Minute Crafts : Did you know that cement is so good for arts and crafts ❔⭐️
Give these ideas a try:
00:47 DIY lamp stand from old books
02:38 An easy and lovely way to reuse old light bulbs
05:25 Cute little candle holders
07:10 Amazing garden decor from old toys
10:29 Handmade polymer clay ideas
More smart ideas for you

Alexwiththetv : My favourite part was when they started making stuff out of polymer clay instead. Definitely the best concrete content I've seen in centuries
Chloe Butler : Ah, yes. Thank you so much for providing these hacks. I had no idea what I’d do with the copious amounts of cement I had lying around my home.
Graça Guardiano : Bom demais! Muito obrigado pelas importantes ideias!
Aaaa Aaaa : Piękne pomysły gratuluję ♥️

How Cement is Made

Cement is manufactured by thermally treating a mineral mixture of limestone, sandstone and shale, with some minor raw materials, allowing Exshaw to serve the community by using waste products that would otherwise be landfilled. Raw materials for cement production include: limestone, which is quarried from immediately north of the Plant; shale, quarried near Seebe; and sandstone, which is quarried near Yamnuska Mountain. Exshaw also consumes waste glass from the Bow Valley, soils from an industrial site in Calgary and iron waste from a rolling mill.

These raw materials are extracted from the quarries, crushed to a very fine powder and then blended in the correct proportion to achieve the proper chemistry. This blended raw material is called ‘raw feed' or ‘kiln feed' and is heated in a rotary kiln where it reaches a temperature of about 1,400-1,500°C. In its simplest form, the rotary kiln is a tube approximately 200 m long and approximately 6 m in diameter, with a long flame (coal or natural gas) at one end.

The raw feed enters the cool end of the kiln, gradually passes down to the hot end, then descends out of the kiln and cools down. The material formed in the kiln is called ‘clinker'. After cooling, the clinker may be stored temporarily in the clinker storage hall, or it may pass directly to the cement mill, which grinds the clinker to a fine powder. A small amount of gypsum is ground up with the clinker to control the setting properties of the cement when water is added. Exshaw makes cement primarily for the Prairies construction industry, but also produces special cement for oil and gas well cementing.
Andrew Evanoff : Interesting. I've spent 20+ years in the gypsum industry (engineering). There are lots of similarities in the process. Thanks for the video.
Jaden Mathias : Great educational video
Anwar Bakti : Nice cement movie... Simple, yet attractive to watch. Really easy to digest.
Alphatec Engineering : Wonderful video folks! all very clear explained! we have a very good video on fixing concrete foundation for cement plants; "Clinker Crusher Concrete foundation repair with Epoxy Grout"
todor petkov : I FREAKING LOVE THE BACKGROUND :D, i was vibing and head-banging during the whole video :D. Thanks for the great info also, but i deffinately had a lot of fun watching !




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