Iron Furnace (IndustrialCraft 2)
- This page is about the Iron Furnace added by IndustrialCraft 2. For other uses, see .
Recipe[edit | edit source]
Pre 2.0 (Minecraft 1.6.2 and below)[edit | edit source]
This information pertains to an older version of the mod.
Usage[edit | edit source]
Like the vanila Furnace, the top slot in the Iron Furnace GUI is the input slot; whatever material that is being smelted goes there. The bottom slot in the GUI is the Fuel slot; the Iron Furnace, unlike most IndustrialCraft 2 machines, does not operate using EU, but rather by burning Fuel like a vanilla Furnace. Lastly, the slot on the right is the output slot; smelted materials will be placed there upon completion.
The Iron Furnace is 25% more fuel efficient than the vanilla Furnace, and also 20% faster. Lava based fuel sources are only 10% as efficient in an Iron Furnace as they are in a vanilla Furnace.
When used in conjunction with Buildcraft Transport Pipes or RedPower 2 Pneumatic Tubes, any material for the input slot needs to come from the top of the Extractor, while anything for the Battery slot should come from the bottom. Output can be taken from the sides of the machine.
Fuel/Speed Comparison[edit | edit source]
A vanilla Furnace uses 200 Heat Units and takes 10 seconds to complete one smelting operation, while an Iron Furnace uses 160 Heat Units and takes 8 seconds to do the same.
|Fuel Source||Heat Units Provided||Furnace Operations||Iron Furnace Operations|
|Fuel Can filled with Coalfuel Cells
|Lava Buckets or Lava Cells
|Fuel Can filled with Biofuel Cells
|Coal or Charcoal
|Sticks or Saplings
|Rubber Tree Saplings
|Sugar Cane or Cactus
- Lava based fuel sources are only 10% as efficient in an Iron Furnace as they are in a vanilla Furnace.
See also[edit | edit source]