Well I had this purpose set aside extra $75.usd free up . . .
And Harbor Freight had a double, double price reducing stacking sale . . .
So I bought a brand new all steel painting pressure pot to make up out of new materials a replacement Gilmore-Inspired to use on my woodsplitter and the Wife’s Honda 2000 inverter-generator.
I have used thrift-shop, and yards sales used found painting pressure pots for this previously. They have always varied in sizing, and tops construction. Look for the larger 3.5-4 gallon ones with stamped metal lids. Can’t really weld to the cast metal lid ones.
Ha! And I invariable have ended up gifting them away to those wanting simple and with low mechanical skills.
All of these have nice stay-cool attached 4-5 swing up wing-nutted C-form lid clamps. Already lid grooved to accept easily a fiberglass stove rope seal.
You can keep the system super simple no-weld using GaryG’s Simplifier examples.
Or, down through the lid holes cut and braze or weld threading bosses inspired by his original Gillmore/Kahle knock ups.
Use his filtration examples in metal lidded cans or converted propane tanks forms
These thick metal painting pressurizing pots can take the rough temperature abuse of charcoal gasifing for a long time. They do not warp or burn out.
Now with a standardized readily duplicate-able base reactor system I can explore either multiple swap-out, swap-in keep it running pre-charcoal charged “cells”.
Or: with all of the air inlet and gas-out guts lid mounted just swapping out the lower cans once fuel expended. Seal up the swapped-out lower cans, air tight with an unmodified lid-top.
In either case the still heats shedding base can/char-ash mass can then be carried into the greenhouse, or the unoccupied shops building to warm them and charcoal-use efficiency harvest.
You see fellows once you set aside the myopically only stabilized fixed mid-cycle “best-gas” efficiency maniacing and go with full cycle thinking; the efficiency chasing will become easy and simple.
Let no heat-watts escape un-used, unharvested! (me)
“Stop heating the crows!” Maxgasman