The principle of burning furnaces PiroStove
The combustion process is carried out in the inner chamber. Due to the temperature that occurs during combustion, the walls of the chamber are heated. The air, which is located between the two walls of the chambers, also heats up and begins to rise to the top. Thus, a constant air flow is created, passing between the two walls of the chambers. And since there are also holes in the base of the combustion chamber, gases released during the combustion process get into the upward flow of hot air and, together with the flow of this hot air, are thrown back into the combustion chamber where they burn out very safely. Thus, we obtain an intensive separate and longer burning furnace with minimal smoke emission.