bottle incinerator

  1. gaz1

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    Heres the barrel version only 3/4s of a barrel though

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  2. Morrisman

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    Having a few thoughts about what I could do with this monster, once it is empty. Avanti refuse to refill it, refused to recertify, and I doubt they will remove it, so, jacuzzi? Air reservoir? Rain water tank?
    Massive incinerator? :flame:

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  3. Morrisman

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    I guess if it's hot enough you won't get much nasty smoke coming off it? One of our neighbours had a small fire going out the back last, nasty acrid smell wafting right into our house.
     
  4. tom2207 Member

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    Fill it with water as above , but leave it in , just below where you want to cut of course ,, or say a few inches off the top , then cut the top off , less volume for gas to build up , and water wont burn or explode , plus if you can get the water in , theres no pressure in there for sure .
    once you have a rough cut and the top off , ,, you can cut where you like with what you like safely.
     
  5. tom2207 Member

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    Paint it yellow and add a port hole and a propeller ,,

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    and invite some friends round.
     
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  6. Mattuk Forum Supporter

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    Space the seats inside 2m apart :)
     
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  7. Mattuk Forum Supporter

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    Decent sized BBQ for the larger cuts of meat. Just wipe the pigs nose and bottom and lay it on :)

    edited for change a word to 'bottom'
     
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  8. Morrisman

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    A big smoker. I could start a cottage industry, there’s loads of cows and sheep just wandering around unattended near our little village. Don’t appear to belong to anybody. :D
     
  9. gaz1

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    mines same as this just that im burning wood not cardboard

    the drum is sat on 2" bricks

     
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