Build a Wood Gas Stove

Rated 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


Wood gas is a syngas fuel which can be used for furnaces, stoves and vehicles in place of petrol, diesel or other fuels. During the process fuels such as wood or other cabron fuels are gasified within the stove to produce hydrogen and carbon monoxide. These gases can then be burnt as a fuel within an oxygen rich environment to produce heat.



Cook an entire meal with just sticks and twigs. Use free fuel to cook with and save on utilities, money product money back garunteeand the planet today!

Simple and basic, no specialty knowledge/experience needed. Typical items used making access available to everyone.

  • Cheap AND easy
  • Is applicable in any region, any temperature and adapted to any size required
  • Beginner to Experienced level format (process made simple)
  • Tested, and now patented process
  • Set up time is typically 2 days.
  • 100% money back guarantee if not satisfied
  • Free unlimited support

Dan Martin’s has written his guides so that everyone, everywhere, of all ages and genders can easily carry-out each set of step by step instructions at the lowest cost (often with free materials) possible. They’re packed with easy to read directions, clear step specific photos and great diagrams/drawings.

No more excuses, sit down this weekend and do it!

To save on paper and further help the environment, all books are now digitally delivered

4 reviews for Build a Wood Gas Stove

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Frank and Jenn Olsen

    This guide is efficient and easy to understand. The pictures really help to see that you are following the directions correctly. I wouldn’t recommend using the woodgas stove around children, though. It’s too easy for them to get burned. Otherwise, out in the woods alone, it works well.

    What I like about this book is that it is easy to follow and easy to make. You leave a small footprint using this kind of stove and don’t hurt the planet. And the fact that it feeds upon itself and reuses its own fuel is great. Recycling—that’s what it’s all about!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bob Ryan

    Woot, first Review, Firstie!!!

    I really liked the explanations of how this works along with the directions of how to make the woodgas stove. It’s so simple yet effective. It burns clean, no mess, no fuss. Wish I had learned how to do this sooner. I also purchased the “Rocket Stove” Guide. Bother are worth getting. Going to buy and build the Alchhol stove/guide next.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5


    Have you considered anddig two baffle plates at the top. The lower baffle would have an opening in the back and the top baffle would have an opening in the front. This would direct the fire’s exhaust from the back of the stove to the front of the stove and across the top before going up the chimney. Should increase the heating efficiency as well as increase the top of the stove’s temperature for cooking purposes. Since the door is in the front, you can easily clean any soot. Great Video !!!

    • Dan Martin

      Thank you. I’ll check that out for sure. And if you have anymore great insight let me know. I still have a LOOOOT of videos that need to be edited and uploaded. Just get swamped with all the traveling and interviews and what not.

      Thanks for listening, check out the book, it talks a LOT about this stuff and feel free to add me on facebook!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    where do you live that you get that much snow ? I wish your project was dblaoe for me but i have no welder and there is no way i could do a only bolt on version. esp with all the welds you did on this build. Nice set up if you had a welder.

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