How To Build a Low Tech CFV (Capillary Force Vaporizer) Stove

How To Build a Low Tech CFV (Capillary Force Vaporizer) Stove

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How To Build a low Tech CFV (Capillary Force Vaporizer) Stove
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Learn how to build a low tech CFV stove for camping, emergency preparedness or SHTF!

We all have seen the aluminium can stoves you can make in 5 minutes and they work well but have limitations such as, limited fuel storage and thermal generating capacity, durability and adaptability. Sounds complicated, huh? Well, honestly it’s not. These stoves are very efficient and really easy to build… the low tech ones are anyway!

High end CFV stoves are hard to build because of the high tech involved but fortunately for us we can build a “low tech” version which over comes the limitations of the traditional aluminium can stoves. Be one step ahead of the game and learn how to build one of these stoves and cook your food while others are using piles and piles of wood to warm theirs.

A basic low tech DIY CFV stove can be built quickly in an emergency to meet most any fuel or thermal need but with more time and materials it can be adapted and built to accommodate virtually any backpacking, camping or other need. Check out how to make this beast below:

How To Build a Low Tech CFV (Capillary Force Vaporizer) Stove

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