Thanks Gary. I was now thinking about an oil drip added to the gasifier after reading other users posts about adding a bottle of oil to their fuel.
I’ve been away from the computer for a bit. I’m happy to hear You have done it before.
I have about a 70 mile commute for work one way. Also on my commute I encounter a large incline for approx 2 miles. Right now I have a little gas saver car (35 mpg) and it slows down to about 50 from 75 without down shifting from 5th gear. Or if I hit the hill at about 85-90 I can stay at about 70-75 all the way up.
I know I will lose 30% of my power in any vehicle When I switch to a gasifier. I’m not attached to my gas saver either. I do miss having a full size truck. I would much rather drive a little slower for next to nothing.
My father has a wood shop. There is usually some scrap wood there for fuel. And always sawdust. Sawdust would seem to burn to quickly…unless there is a way to compact it that isn’t too much of a pain. My guess probably not worth the effort. Does any body use it?
Is there a calculation for how much cubic fuel produces how much wood gas?