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“Rocket” Cook Stove Has A Glass Chimney
The most noticeable thing about this new stove is its glass chimney. Flames are visible from the stove top to the flue on the Indiglow Stove & Grill, developed by Dale Niggemann and Greg David of Stevens Point, Wis.
    The business partners introduced the first version of their stove this summer in time for BBQ season.
    The stove is a type of “rocket stove,” which turns wood into wood gases and then reignites the smoke for cleaner burning to improve efficiency.
    “It’s unique because you load it from the side and it can be used for heating water, the air or smoking food,” Niggemann says.
    The stoves start at $505. Options for items such as an oven/dehydrator are also available.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Indiglow Stove & Grill Co., 8507 Lake Rd., Stevens Point, Wis. 54481 (ph 715 570-8404; www.indiglowstove.com; daleniggemann@gmail.com).

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2015 - Volume #39, Issue #4