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Ran accross this interesting picture on the MHA site. Looks like they are harnessing the oven exhaust and generating energy ? I think the biggest problem with wood burning is the particulate matter. In oil refineries they remove the particulate from the heat exhaust by bubbling it up through a water bath.
Now I am starting to wonder if you could do the same with the pompei oven ? You might even be able to heat water for tea while your cooking.
Does anyone actually know what the apparatus on top of this oven is ?
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Old 07-01-2008, 11:39 PM
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What is the 'MHA' site, please?
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A couple of Italian companies sell that sort of thing for wood-fired pizzerias. I will do a little research and see what I find.
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