Gas-of-Fire 1000 Videos - 2

Gas-of-Fire 1000
Jeff Davis, June 12, 2007
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Below you can view a short video of the charcoal produced by my gasifier. I call it the "Gas-of-Fire 1000". This is the charcoal produced from gasifying paper fireballs. The object that I crush with my finger and thumb is a carbonized fireball that made it through my grate unharmed.

Also one can see the almost clear flame produced from this gas at the
below link:
Clear flame
Gas-of-Fire 1000 (video #2)

Gas-of-Fire 1000 (video #3)

Best regards,
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