Assembly test-oven

Assembly of the test-oven. Nearly everything fits as planned. We’re getting closer to the first public pet-pyrolysis demonstration as an alternative for pet-cremation.

construction parts
The metal parts
The 90 mm door isolated with Promasil 1000 calcium silicate board
montage 2
Drilling holes for bottom screws
montage 3
Everything fits together.
montage 4
Vents holes and electrical and thermocouples wires on the backside

About Egidius Kuhlmann

Reading about peak-oil, overpopulation, “Terra Preta” and biochar in 2009 and after making batches biochar for soil improvement from garden residue, I thought, why not make biochar from corpses. Deeply worried about the unsustainable path 'we' as humanity have taken, I see a future where fossil fuels are scarce, the western economic growth model in tatters, the global temperature rises due to the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere with an growing population reaching billions more humans than is sustainable? Thinking along those paths, the question “how can we dispose so efficiently and with the least amount of energy of human remains” became the starting point.
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