Sunday, April 18, 2010

MAGH OPEN STOVE - WOODGAS INSTITUTIONAL STOVE

MAGH OPEN STOVE is an institutional fixed woodgas stove. This stove is useful for cooking needs of more than 100 people per day. With primary and secondary air controls it is easy to operate and highly efficient. For making this stove, three "Magh CM" stoves and the following material is used.

MAGH CM STOVES
RED CLAY
SAND
200 BRICKS
12 KGS CEMENT
FLAT STONES 2 NOS
BIG STEEL COMBUSTION CHAMBER
IRON RODS (1 FEET LENGTH)-12NO’S
MANHOLE FRAMES 6NO’S
(Round-3no’s +sqare-3no’s)
MANHOLE LIDS
( Small-2no’s + Big -1no)
TOP IRON BASES
( Small-2no’s + Big-1no)
EXHAUST FAN (9 INCHES DIAMETER) - 1NO
REGULATOR - 1NO
SWITCH BOARD,(Switches, holders wiring pipe Wires clamps plug cuts screws socket, board cutting charges)
FRAME FOR FAN-1NO
ALUMINIUM PRIMARY AIR CONTROLS
GI WIRE

Note the material cost is about $200 (USD).

This stove is installed at "Open House", Hyderabad, a place for destitute youth for cooking their own food, shelter, studies, etc. Implemented under the "Good Stoves and Biochar Communities" Project, Implemented by GEO with support of GoodPlanet.org France. This stove is designed by Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy, CEO, GEO
Declared as Open Knowledge.

1 comment:

  1. bhasker reddy garu magh open stove ni chudalante ala .open house hyd annaru adi akkadunnado cheppagalara

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