Coke Oven (Immersive Engineering)

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This page is about the Coke Oven added by Immersive Engineering. For other uses, see Coke Oven.
Coke Oven

ModImmersive Engineering
TypeMultiblock structure

The Coke Oven is a multi-block added by Immersive Engineering, made of Coke Bricks. It must be arranged in a 3x3x3 solid cube to work. After it is arranged in that pattern, the player must right-click one of the center blocks with an Engineer's Hammer, then the multi-block is complete.

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The Coke Oven is fairly simple to use; putting Coal (or a Block of Coal) the left-most slot in the GUI will start it. After about 50 seconds, that Coal will produce one Coal Coke and 500 mB of Creosote Oil. In the case of the Block of Coal, it will take about 450 seconds and produce one Block of Coal Coke and 5000 mB of Creosote Oil, thus, making it more efficient.

Wood (not planks) can be used in a Coke Oven as well. After about 45 seconds, that Wood will produce one Charcoal and 250 mB of Creosote Oil.

Items can be inserted into the top or sides, or removed from the bottom, of the Coke Oven automatically using a Hopper or similar.

To remove Creosote Oil from the Coke Oven, placing empty portable fluid containers such as Glass Bottles or Buckets in the top-right corner slot will fill it with 1000 mB of Creosote Oil, transferring the filled container to the bottom-right slot of the GUI. To automatically remove Creosote Oil, a pump can be used. Since the Coke Oven does not explicitly output fluid, the Immersive Engineering pump must be placed directly against the Coke Oven. The side of the pump facing away from the Coke Oven can be hammered with an Engineer's Hammer to output and hammered while sneaking to configure the (inaccessible) opposite side to accept input. The pump does not need to be powered, but it does need a redstone signal.

In modpacks where pumps are not enabled, or not currently unlocked, the Creosote oil can be pulled out by either a Fluid Tank from Ender IO, or by a Transfer Node (Fluids) from Extra Utilities 2, and Transfer Pipe. In either case, it can then be pushed into a Trash Can (Fluid) from Extra Utilities 2.


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