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Any new small charcoal retorts out there?

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38 minutes ago, Woodworks said:

Tips covert perfectly just but most fall through the sieve! I do tend to cut off the worst of the spray. Still trying different things as not been at it long. As to the retort thus far avoided sharing it all as I have moments when I think it might make me a few bob and then there is the rest of the time haha. Not got any pictures to share at present but when I do they will go on here for sure.

That's fair enough, to be frank, selling plans with a big "I bear no responsibility for anything" blurb at the beginning could be the simplest way to make a few quid.. obviously a lot less than making and selling the whole unit, but less hassle, or just sell it as a once off to the manufacturer willing to give you the best price. 

I wouldn't mind a good portion of small char to incorporate in the soil so tips and all will go with mine, just as well because there all mixed in the bags already!

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