Firewood Stove
Firewood Stove

This is a charcoal stove that has four parts. The first is the metal top where the pot is placed on. The second is the charcoal part, where charcoals are placed for energy generation. The third is the firewood part where firewood in alternative is placed. Then the last is the ash part; this is the part that contains the ash recovered from the charcoal and firewood. It has a metallic handle that enables its portability. This charcoal stove can be used to cook rice, beans, yam, plantain, etc. within a short time.

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unrated
Emissions
unrated
Efficiency
unrated
Indoor emissions
unrated
Safety
Information for consumers
Maximum pot capacity
10 L
Approximate lifetime
15 years
People fed per meal
4-10
Pot type accommodated
(Flat bottom/Round bottom)
Flat bottom
Countries deployed
Nigeria
Common foods cooked
rice, soup, legumes, noddles, spagehtti, yam, potatoes
Manufacturer's warranty available?
No
General information
Manufactured in
Nigeria
Suggested retail price
USD 18-25
Dimensions (l/w/h)
340/200/240 mm
Weight
0.6 kg
Shipping dimensions
not available
Shipping weight
not available
Local assembly possible?
Yes
Materials needed for local assembly
Stainless steel
Includes instructions?
No
Other information
This is a prototype
Characteristics
Non-traditional, Household, Portable, Side-feed, Wick, Prototype
Fuels
Charcoal, Wood
Materials
Metal
Performance details