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Oven construction with a difference

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Oven construction with a difference
Student builds a Wankel cooker
Jakob M, a student at the Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule in Halle, Germany has built a stove with cook and bake functions from steel as part of a college project. As a technical highlight, wood gas is produced in the stove and fed through pipes to the respective burner (oven or hob). Additionally, there is a rotisserie installed which is connected to a selection lever over a rod and gearwheel.
The design of the stove is based on the Wankel motor developed by Felix Wankel. Similar to the Wankel motor that powers automobiles, by the Wankel stove the fire is the drive.
It supplies the gas burner with wood gas that is fed through a pipe over the table surface. The ember turntable offers the possibility to rotate embers and coals from the inside of the stove to the grill and heat it with the waste heat of the flue gas from the oven that is connected to the stove.
User-friendly and natural materials such as oak for the table top and legs, heat resistant steel for the body and copper for the pipelines that would assume a natural patina over time, allow the stove to remain outside all year round.
The module principle of the Wankel stove allows for individual combination variations and can be expanded as needed. This is possible thanks to the standardised module construction that has similarities to boat building. In just a few minutes the modules can be fitted and screwed together. All pipelines e.g. for a wash basin can also be included in the construction.
Oven construction with a difference - user-friendly and natural materials allow it to stay outdoors all year round
Ove construction with a difference - Wankel fire as drive
Oven construction with a difference - the college project under construction
Oven construction with a difference - the college project takes form
Oven construction with a difference - the college project
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The Bevel Gears allow the centrepiece of the stove, the ember turntable, to be rotated out from the oven together with the embers and ash, under the barbecue grill. By operating a lever under the side of the grill, the turntable can be rotated through 180°. All the doors on the stove are fitted with Weldable Hinges that were supplied by norelem.

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