Synopses & Reviews
These kilns were used by Connecticut farmers fifty years ago to produce 10-20,000 pounds of charcoal each year for curing tobacco. You can use one to turn wood into foundry fuel!
You get complete plans and details for both a one- and two-cord kiln, and you learn about loading the kiln, firing, and all the rest. You get tables showing typical firing times for coaling oak, maple, birch, and other dense woods.