Berkeley-Darfur Stove V.14
Berkeley-Darfur Stove V.14
Manufacturer

The Berkeley-Darfur Stove is an advanced, high quality, metal (steel), fuel-efficient wood burning stove. It is mass-produced through high quality control procedures during manufacture and assembly. These measures are taken to keep costs down and to maintain optimal stove dimensions. As a result, this stove is believed to perform more consistently, transfer heat more efficiently and have a longer product life than the much cheaper improved mud stoves that dominate the market in Darfur. The stove is manufactured as flat-kits and then shipped to Sudan for assembly by our local partner in Darfur.

IWA tiers of performance
Show subtiers
1
Emissions
2
Efficiency
1
Indoor emissions
unrated
Safety
Information for consumers
Maximum pot capacity
not available
Approximate lifetime
5 years
People fed per meal
4-6
Pot type accommodated
(Flat bottom/Round bottom)
Both
Countries deployed
Sudan
Common foods cooked
porridge sauces flat bread tea/coffee
Manufacturer's warranty available?
Yes
Warranty details
The stove will be replaced in case of manufacturing fault within the first year of use. Stoves damaged by poor handling and use cannot be repaired or replaced by this warranty. After 1 year, stoves may still be repaired for a fee.
General information
Manufactured in
India, United States
Suggested retail price
USD 8-10
Dimensions (l/w/h)
370/170/300 mm
Weight
5.5 kg
Shipping dimensions
not available
Shipping weight
not available
Local assembly possible?
Yes
Materials needed for local assembly
rivet guns pliers bending tools
Includes instructions?
No
Other information
Also manufactured by Shri Hari Industries
Characteristics
Non-traditional, Pot skirt, Sunken pot, Multiple burners, Rocket, Portable, Household
Fuels
Wood
Materials
Metal
Performance details
IWA emissions  
Metric Min value Max value Number of tests
IWA high power CO 5.175 g/MJ-del 8.215 g/MJ-del 2
IWA high power PM 276.5 mg/MJ-del 611.0 mg/MJ-del 2
IWA low power CO 0.075 g/min/L 0.096 g/min/L 2
IWA low power PM 3.367 mg/min/L 5.9 mg/min/L 2
IWA efficiency  
Metric Min value Max value Number of tests
IWA high power thermal efficiency 14.0 % 37.4 % 3
IWA low power specific consumption 0.028 MJ/min/L 0.032 MJ/min/L 2
IWA indoor emissions  
Metric Min value Max value Number of tests
IWA CO 0.357 g/min 0.511 g/min 2
IWA PM 17.617 mg/min 34.75 mg/min 2
Efficiency, energy consumption and fuel use
Metric Min value Max value Number of tests
Cold start thermal efficiency 15.8 % 36.1 % 3
Hot start thermal efficiency 14.0 % 39.2 % 3
Fuel consumed 121.0 g/task 124.0 g/task 2
Output
Metric Min value Max value Number of tests
Cold start firepower 2667.0 W 2668.0 W 2
Hot start firepower 3165.0 W 3216.0 W 2
Simmer firepower 1930.0 W 2194.0 W 2
Mean time to boil 16.6 min 35.1 min 3
Emissions
Metric Min value Max value Number of tests
BC emissions factor (2) 1.5 g/kg fuel 1.5 g/kg fuel 1
PM2.5 emissions factor (2) 2.0725 g/kg fuel 4.25 g/kg fuel 3
CO emissions factor (2) 42.0 g/kg fuel 63.875 g/kg fuel 3
CH4 emissions factor (2) 0.96955 g/kg fuel 1.87075 g/kg fuel 2
PM2.5 emissions rate 17.90921753 mg/min 35.00824315 mg/min 2
CO emissions rate 0.357 g/min 0.511 g/min 2
CCT/UCT metrics
Metric Min value Max value Number of tests
Specific consumption savings from baseline 13.0 % 13.0 % 1
Time to cook food 85.0 min 85.0 min 1