Vallican RMH Workshop June 26-28 2015

Rocket Mass Heater

RMH from 2014 Workshop

RMH from 2014 Workshop

The winter is melting away and we are ramping up for a great season of building. To kickstart the workshop lineup, we are announcing the June RMH Workshop! The Rocket Mass Heater workshop is our most popular workshop and always fills up fast.

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Burning hot in this Rocket Mass Heater burn chamber

Burning hot in this Rocket Mass Heater burn chamber

Workshop Specifics:

Location: Vallican, B.C. Canada
Dates: June 26, 27, & 28 (Fri-Sun) 2015
Price: $225 if paid and registered by May 31st, 2015.
$250 after May 31st, 2015.
$225 each if 2 or more sign up together.

Description:
The Vallican RMH workshop will be held over a 3-day weekend in June in the beautiful Slocan Valley.

The workshop starts with a talk about how RMH units work and the materials used.
We’ll then dive right in and build a mock-up unit and talk about heat and fire while watching how the flames behave in this demonstration.
Taking the knowledge learned in the first two sections, we go into the structure and get started on the permanent unit.
We will cover safety considerations and the various uses and limitations of RMH units throughout the building of the indoor unit.
Mixing cob and building a good thermal mass bench for the RMH will also be a large part of this workshop. Without a thermal mass structure, an RMH is only partly useful. You will learn the best materials and set up to make optimum use of the heat created with these super-efficient stoves.

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Maximum of 12 students accepted. Sign up early for the early bird and to ensure your spot in the class!
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About Kata

Kata is a professional and creative natural builder and designer. She loves the freedom that natural building offers and how inspiring working with natural materials is. With a passion for colour, form, and flow, she really shines when working with the creative details of a home and space.
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