A Biomass Cook Stove is heated by burning wood, charcoal, animal dung or crop residue. Cook Stove are commonly used for cooking and heating food in rural households. Deforestation and erosion often result from harvesting wood for cooking fuel.
Nearly half of the world’s population, approximately 3 billion people, use solid fuels such as coal, wood, animal dung, and crop residues for their domestic energy needs. Among those who use indoor cooking stoves, the poorest families living in rural areas most frequently use solid fuels, where it continues to be relied on by up to 90% of households.
Households in developing countries consume significantly less energy than those in developed countries; however, over 50% of the energy is for cooking food. The average rural family spends 20% or more of its income purchasing wood or charcoal for cooking.
The urban poor also frequently spend a significant portion of their income on the purchase of wood or charcoal.
The main goal of most improved cooking stoves is to reduce the pressure placed on local forests by reducing the amount of wood the stoves consume and to reduce the negative health impacts associated with exposure to toxic smoke from traditional stoves.
Type: Community Cook Stove.
Community Cook Stove is used for community cooking, in a big family kitchen, community gathering, etc.
Diameter: L x W x H (in mm):
- Galvanized Steel Sheet.
- MS Material.
- Rockwool, etc.
Cautions & Features:
- Save Money, reduce up to 60% wood usage.
- Reduce up to 80% Smoke.
- Save up to 50% of time and effort.
- Easy to use: No blowpipe required.
- Flexibility: Portable and easy to carry and relocate.
- Healthy Cooking.
- Retain the natural traditional cooking taste.