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  • How to install the corrugated steel culvert pipe


    We are Qingdao Climber Trading Co. Ltd, a professional supplier and manufacturer of corrugated steel culvert pipe and structure plate. The video will tell you how to install the corrugated steel culvert pipe, If you need more details, Pls email roger@qdclimber.cn

    Installation on site
    1 The culvert could be directly laid in the groove by assembling one sheet by one sheet, and also could be laid after being installed. For the culvert with big size and great single sheet weight, We suggest you install the corrugated culvert pipe in the groove.
    2 The installation of semi-circle corrugated steel culvert pipe should follow the principle of lower part former and upper part later. And then install sheet by sheet to required culvert length. The overlapping on circumferential direction could be staggered or set on the same line.
    3 When install the corrugated steel culvert pipe composed of half round part, axial overlapping parts of all sections should be forward to the direction of water flow.

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    Ok here’s our rocket stove design here,
    they uh this here’s the vertical it’s going to be 47 inches and the horizontal- not quite sure yet and we’re going to make it out of 8 inch pipe here as you can see we’re going to cut that out with a torch and make a vertical here for the feed unit here and then another one to connect the horizontal and the vertical together

    Here we about have our horizontal piece cut

    Ok here’s the J-tube welded together right now it’s only currently tacked I’m just going to do a test run and see how it burns so i’m new to rocket stoves so this should be interesting

    Ok folks here’s the rocket stove in action im pretty impressed I got some oil in there as you can see there’s some smoke coming from the oil that landed on the pipe and there’s a little bit of smoke coming out that way you can see lil’ pieces of cardboard floating out of the exhaust but no smoke so i’m very happy with it so far im going to take it back apart as you can see it’s just tacked together i’m going to take it back apart add a nice 1/4 in. to a 1/2 in. layer of clay and perlite to try and keep the pipe from oxiziding not near so fast and yeah so far so good

    Here’s the inside of the pipe here
    I’ve put uh hmm a thin layer of clay i’ll probably go and put another lay on after this one’s dry im hoping this willl help preserve the pipe from oxidization so we’ll see

    Ok right here i’m welding up they uh 90 degree uh the horizontal to the vertical I tried putting clay inside of it as you can see wasn’t such a great idea i should of used some type of something to make it stick better clay does not really work well inside these pipes so yeah i just took it out of there good waste of a good hour and yeah im just going to keep on welding

    Here’s the J-tube with a
    quarter inch of masonry perlite
    and fireclay the beginning of the bench
    and the blockwork that will go up to the barrel
    I used a recipe that I’ll put down in the notes
    it’s roughly 75% perlite and 25% fireclay with some
    straw mixed in for extra strength,
    I realized that the best consistency was where it would
    condense when you squeezed your hand around the mixture
    instead of gushing out

    Ok here’s the finished result folks i put a ash box on here and it’s got two spots for a wingnut just like that one’s got a wingnut on there so it’s a clean out door and a ash box and ill go ahead and open it up and you can see it needs to be dumped but uh it saves me a lot of uh time not having to clean out the ash near so often id say it’s about once a week as it is right now ill close that thing, the door is hot to touch so im not going to demonstrate that the fire is going pretty well it sometimes smokes out I put a T on the smoke stack which has helped I think it’s mostly my fault the brickwork here is uh I used fireclay and perlite and a little bit of um just regular mortar for uh concrete or uh something like concrete and it doesn’t quite work like I’d like it doesn’t take the heat it shrinks it cracks and if there’s a lot of smoke you can see smoke come out *sigh* I went ahead and bit the bullet and got me a $30 pale of this furnace cement and fireplace mortar so ill redo this eventually add some in, heres the bench its filled with sand it’s got nice red tile there it still needs work and some needs to be cut down to size.. the cement block 2 cement blocks high and its warm it does a nice job the barrel has a deal to take off so you can get in and clean it however I ended up having to seal it with some fireclay all around that rim from the inside and outside which added a significant amount of weight but it stopped the smoke so it works,
    and uh I got a pretty nice stack of wood sitting here-Oak and uh yeah it does a lot better than the old stove and while I should mention that I do need to put another layer of insulation in here that is my downfall and when its warm outside it seems like it turns to steam but when its cold out like it is now it doesn’t turn to steam it’s just smoke right now i’ve only got a 1/4 inch of perlite/fireclay on here and it does sometim
    Here’s where I got my fireclay/perlite mixture from http://www.bioenergylists.org/stovesdoc/Ogle/Clay/MAKING%20LIGHT%20WEIGHT%20REFRACTORY%20CERAMIC.pdf

    Also I found a helpful tip was to dip the blocks in water before you apply mortar

    Some of you might take note that I skipped a few steps, sorry I got a bit lazy I’ll try and fill you in we made a grate as depicted in my introduction drawing out of rebar, the ash box was made out of steel sheet, and slides into a sheath of a box, and the clean out door we put on a piece of 8 inch pipe and heated it up with a torch and hammered it to try and get it to take a proper shape helped some still some gap left for that I used BBQ seal, wish I didn’t though it’s rated for 500 degrees and that isn’t enough because the heat ruined the stickyness and it just fell off, the fiberglass tape seal on the ashbox is still holding strong though

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