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PupStove (Fan-free bi-fuel stove)

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Location, continent:
Global

Stove information

Model: Improved
Application: Community
Type of stove: Gasifier
Portable
Produces biochar
Fuel: Agri residue
BioOil
Branches
Briquettes
Coal
Dung cakes
Ethanol
Jatropha Oil
Pellets
Rice husk
Saw dust
Twigs
Wood

Construction

Materials: Metal
Dimensions: 150 mm (height) 81 mm (widest point diameter) 60 cm (diameter center tube)
Construction method: Sturdy, stainless steel construction, no assembly required. It can be used with dry biomass (pine needles, wood, etc.) or with any alcohol (ethanol, alcohol, vodka, etc.). It is also possible to add waste plant oil, such as sunflower seed oil, jatrovha oil or olive oil, to dry biomass for a 21% increase in energy. Using the PupStove creates biochar, which enriches the soil and sequesters carbon. This means that the biochar can be buried in the soil where one cooks and leave it richer. Weight: 39.6 oz or 2 lbs 7.6 oz

Distribution

Availability: Commercially available
Distributors:


Start date: Sat 04 of Dec., 2010

Performance

Efficiency testing method and who did it: Fuel addition is not batch driven, can add fuel while cooking. It is top fill system. Biomass feed rate: 100g = 50 minutes of cook time
Alcohol: 29 ml = 20 minutes of cook time

Contact details

no contacts available

Conclusion

Website: http://worldstove.com

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Last edited by Miriam Hansen , based on work by raffaella , Mauro Vanzini and Nelson Ko .
Page last modified on Wednesday 15 of December, 2010 14:21:56 GMT. @HEDON: EABP

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