Institutional stoves are made of clay, metal or brick. They are Rocket Stoves which burn firewood sparingly and efficiently. This is due to their design, which optimises the transfer of heat from the fire to the cooking pot and promotes complete combustion of the wood.
Depending on the model, Institutional Stoves consume up to 80 percent less firewood than traditional fireplaces. This saves time and money, because gathering wood is time-consuming, and buying it is often expensive.
Less wood is taken from forests, prevents consequential damage such as erosion and steppe formation.
Furthermore, the stove saves several tonnes of CO2 annually and contributes to mitigating climate change.
Egyawum Stoves are used in private households, schools, road-side canteens, School Feeding Program caterers, home based business caterers and restaurants.
Egyawum Institutional Stoves are used in processing agricultural produce such as Shea butter, parboil rice, gari, palm oil, groundnuts, Pito brewing and fish smoking. They generate hardly any smoke, and therefore protect the health of women and children in particular.
Abbildung 1-sliced section showing the different parts of the mobile rocket stove
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