By Annaby M.H., Mansour Z.S.
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If you haunt junk yards like I do, there’s a good chance you will find some old cast iron wheels about 9” or 10” (225 to 250mm) in diameter to use on the furnace to enable it to be moved around. There will be times when you will want to move it out of the road to make room for some other project. It is worth the effort to find and add them to the project. Two - Inch black pipe. Find or cut a piece about 16” or 18 “ long, this will be used to make your simple Aussie furnace burner. A lot of people get them selves really worked up over a simple thing like this.
Please note: This overview of building the gas-fired furnace was left in this ebook to quickly show you some details, the full project is dealt with in depth in the next section. Go there now. Please click the link above to that section if you wish, or click on the bookmark tab to view all headings. Rear Side View The furnace shell is made from an old drum, note the rolled sheet metal former used to make the furnace walls. The wood plugs create the holes for the burner pipe and exhaust pipe. Put lots of grease on the plugs to help removal.
The rolled former can be seen which is set up ready to start placing the refractory into the wall cavity. The steel supports are welded to the 2’x1/8”straps formed around the drum. Wood plugs have been turned up on the lathe to create holes in the refractory for the burner & also the exhaust port on the other side of the furnace. The tall column is for the levers & sliding brackets to be attached for removing the lid safely from the furnace. A sub frame was constructed to mount the whole unit on so that the furnace can be moved around or stored away out of the road.