The Stove Tec rocket stove is truly an amazing portable cook stove for emergency preparedness or general camping! Its unique portable small footprint design allows the rocket stove to quickly cook entire meals using only a very small amount of biomass fuel.
Biomass fuel consists of easy to find natural fuel resources that include twigs, small diameter sticks from tree branches, pinecones, pine needles, dried moss as well as small pieces of wood from 2x4's and other wooden construction scraps and debris that can be found almost anywhere and everywhere! You can cook an entire meal with three small sticks or a handful of dry pinecones inserted into the rocket stoves combustion chamber. Its chimney design creates a powerful upward draft to keep your cooking fire burning hot and steady, always focused under the pot or pan you are cooking on for a fast, hot and easy to make meal. NOTE: Biomass fuel is always FREE!
NOTE: The rocket stove was first designed by Dr Larry Winiarski in 1980 and in 2009 the Stove Tec rocket stove won the Ashden International Energy Champion Award For Global Impact Humanitarian Work. In 2005 & 2006 it won more awards in Honduras & Africa for its specific stove design for cooking by producing the most amount of continuous heat under the cooking surface of a pot or pan with the least amount of natural biomass fuel possible. The heat produced by the rocket stove is so efficient it will burn a large amount of the gases produced by the biomass fuel being burned, This allows the rocket stove to burn its biomass fuel with very little smoke production while you are cooking.
Portable stoves that utilize biomass fuel are a far better choice then stoves that are limited to use dangerous and environmentally unsafe liquid gas fuels that include Coleman gas, propane and butane. Liquid gas fuels will be almost impossible to locate for purchase to use during any kind of emergency situation or natural disaster!
Our Stove Tec rocket stoves are being used to cook meals and boil water all over the world! Some of the countries that are the largest users of our rocket stoves include India, Haiti, Africa and China. Here in the USA and other country's people are also using rocket stoves to cook meals on both at home and on camping trips. Everyday families are purchasing rocket stoves along with their long-term food storage systems for general prepping and emergency preparedness so they can be ready in advance if any kind of disaster strikes.
Every household should have at least one quality Stove Tec rocket stove to complement their long-term food storage system for emergency preparedness to cook meals and to boil and sanitize water if electricity power is lost. A quality rocket stove is a great long-term investment at approximately $100-$140.00 including shipping because most likely sooner or later this situation could occur to affect you and your family! Examples: On the east coast in October 2011, Connecticut had a huge freak snowstorm that caused millions of people to lose their electricity for weeks! Virginia received a damaging 5.8 magnitude earthquake that could be felt hundreds of miles away all the way up into Canada. Oklahoma had a 5.6 earthquake on November 6th 2011 that caused a lot of damage, power loss and was the largest earthquake in Oklahoma history! Tornados, earthquakes, floods and wildfires have been on the rise. They are becoming more powerful and now occurring in areas that are not normally affected by these disasters.
There are a few different designs of Stove Tec rocket stoves to choose from. Some rocket stoves are made to burn both biomass and charcoal fuel and some of the more deluxe units are internally lined with sturdy refractory metal for longevity.
It is our hope are desire that this report on rocket stoves has been helpful to you in choosing a quality portable survival cooking stove for emergency preparedness or camping. For more information on rocket stoves and long term food storage systems please see our website at www.SurvivalCookingStoves.com or call us Toll Free at 1-888-677-PREP (7737) or call Direct at 1-970-259-3998.