Blast Furnace Minecraft

How to Craft and Use Blast Furnace in Minecraft

Today, you will learn how to craft and use Blast Furnace in Minecraft. You can use the table of contents above to navigate quickly.

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Blast Furnace Overview

Blast Furnace inside Armorer's house

Inside the Armorer’s house.

Blast Furnace is one of the 13 job site blocks that Villagers use to work. A Villager who works with Blast Furnace is called Armorer. You can always find a Blast Furnace inside Armorer’s house.

If there is an unemployed/jobless Villager standing near a Blast Furnace, It becomes an Armorer.

Unlike regular Furnace, you can use Blast Furnace for smelting Ore Blocks, Iron, Gold, and Chainmail items only. And it is 2× faster than the regular Furnace. 

How to Craft a Blast Furnace

Crafting Blast Furnace

Crafting a Blast Furnace.

To craft a Blast Furnace, you need 5 Iron Ingots1 Furnace, and 3 Smooth Stones (to get Smooth Stones, you need to smelt Stones).

How to Use The Blast Furnace

Smelting Ancient Debris into Netherite Scrap using Blast Furnace

Smelting Ancient Debris using Blast Furnace.

To use Blast Furnace, place the item you want to smelt in the first slot (upper left). And the fuel item under the first slot

Now, wait for the Blast Furnace to smelt the items. 

If you want to know what items Blast Furnace can smelt, see the table below:

The ItemsThe Result
Iron Sword, Iron Sword



Iron Nugget, 1× Iron Nugget
Iron Pickaxe, Iron Pickaxe
Iron Axe, Iron Axe
Iron Shovel, Iron Shovel
Iron Hoe, Iron Hoe
Iron Chain Helmet, Iron/Chainmail Helmet
Iron Chain Chestplate, Iron/Chainmail Chestplate
Iron Chain Leggings, Iron/Chainmail Leggings
Iron Chain Boots, Iron/Chainmail Boots
Golden Sword, Golden Sword



Gold Nugget, 1× Golden Nugget
Golden Picaxe, Golden Pickaxe
Golden Axe, Golden Axe
Golden Shovel, Golden Shovel
Golden Hoe, Golden Hoe
Golden Helmet, Golden Helmet
Golden Chainmail, Golden Chestplate
Golden Leggings, Golden Leggings
Golden Boots, Golden Boots
Coal Ore, Coal Ore(s)Coal, Coal(s)
Iron Ore, Iron Ore(s)Iron Ingot, Iron Ingot(s)
Gold Nether Gold Ore, Gold Ore/Nether Gold Ore(s)Gold Ingot, Gold Ingot(s)
Lapis Lazuli Ore, Lapis Lazuli Ore(s)Lapis Lazuli, Lapis Lazuli(s)
Redstone Ore, Redstone Ore(s)Redstone Dust, Redstone Dust(s)
Nether Quartz, Nether Quartz Ore(s)Quartz, Nether Quartz(s)
Emerald Ore, Emerald Ore(s)Emerald, Emerald(s)
Diamond Ore, Diamond Ore(s)Diamond, Diamond(s)
Ancient Debris, Ancient DebrisNetherite Scrap, Netherite Srcap(s)

The fuel you use for Blast Furnace has a burning time. It determines how long a fuel item will last while smelting some item(s). The fuel level pictured as the “fire level” you see on the Blast Furnace’s menu. 

furnace burning time

The Fuel Level.

You can see the list of fuel and their burning times in the comparison section below. It used as a comparison between a Blast Furnace and a Regular Furnace.

Blast Furnace and Regular Furnace Comparison

If you want to know the comparison side by side on how fast between the Blast Furnace and Regular Furnace, see the video below.

 

As you can see, the Blast Furnace is faster than the Regular Furnace.   

Here are the fuels (and their burning times) you can use for Blast Furnace and Regular Furnace (it measured in seconds):

Fuel ItemsBurning Time (using Regular Furnace)Burning Time (using Blast Furnace)
Lava Bucket, Lava Bucket1000 s500 s
Block Of Coal, Coal Block800 s400 s
Dried Kelp Blcok, Dried Kelp Block200 s100 s
Blaze Rod, Blaze Rod120 s60 s
Coal Charcoal, Coal/Charcoal80 s40 s
Boats, Any types of Boats60 s30 s
Scaffolding, Scaffolding20 s10 s
Planks, Any types of Wood Planks (except Crimson and Warped Planks)






























15 s































7.5 s
Logs, Any types of Logs (except Crimson and Warped Stems)
Stripped Logs, Any types of Stripped Logs (except Stripped Crimson and Warped Stems )
Stripped Woods, Any types of Stripped Woods (except Stripped Crimson and Stripped Warped Hyphae)
Woods, Any types of Woods (except Crimson and Warped Hyphae)
Wooden Stairs, Any types of Wooden Stairs (except Crimson and Warped Stairs)
Wooden Pressure Plates, Any types of Wooden Pressure Plates (except Crimson and Warped Pressure Plates)
Wodden Fences, Any types of Wooden Fences (except Crimson and Warped Fences)
Fence Gates, Any types of Fence Gates (except Crimson and Warped Fence Gates)
Trapdoors, Any types of Wooden Trapdoors (except Crimson and Warped Trapdoors)
Ladder, Ladder
Bow, Bow
Fishing Rod, Fishing Rod
Bookshelf, Bookshelf
Chest, Chest/Trapped Chest
Daylight Detector, Daylight Detector
Crafting Table, Crafting Table
Juke Box, Juke Box
Note Block, Note Block
Loom, Loom
Barrel, Barrel
Cartography Table, Cartography Table
Fletching Table, Fletching Table
Lectern, Lectern
Smithing Table, Smithing Table
Composter, Composter
Wooden Sword, Wooden Sword






10 s







5 s
Wooden Pickaxe, Wooden Pickaxe
Wooden Axe, Wooden Axe
Wooden Shovel, Wooden Shovel
Wooden Hoe, Wooden Hoe
Crossbow, Crossbow
Sign, Any types of Signs (except Crimson and Warped Signs)
Doors, Any types of Wooden Doors (except Crimson and Warped Doors)
Slabs, Any types of Wooden Slabs (except Crimson and Warped Slabs)7.5 s3. 75 s
Saplings Dead Bush, Any types of Saplings (including Dead Bush)



5 s




2.5 s
Wools, Any types of Wools
Buttons, Any types of Wooden Buttons (except Crimson and Warped Buttons)
Stick, Stick
Bowl, Bowl
Carpets, Any Types of Carpets3.35 s1.67 s
Bamboo, Bamboo2.5 s1.25 s

Blast Furnace doesn’t require more fuel even it’s faster than the Regular Furnace. 

For example, to smelt 64 Iron Ores, you need 8 Coals as the fuel when you use the Regular Furnace. 

But when you use the Blast Furnace, you also need 8 Coals as the fuel, not more than that. The thing is, Blast Furnace is just faster, but only for smelting ore-related items.


I hope this post helps you understand Blast Furnace in Minecraft. Also, check out the Smoker, the Blast Furnace’s twin. Thank you for reading the article.

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2 Comments

  1. Fan of this website

    You said:”And it is 2x faster than the regular Furnace. ” but forgot to say that it is just for the items that the furnace can actually smelt XD. But I really like this website.

    • Dex

      I think I’ve made it clear enough. I have already written what kind of items that Blast Furnace can smelt before the “And it is 2x faster than the regular Furnace.” sentence.

      If you think, there is another thing I should fix, just tell me. Btw, thanks for commenting and became a fan of my website ^_^/

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