Biomass Stove

15 December 2014

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Innovator: Muhammad Nurhuda

Innovation

  • Using pre-heating system which utilize airflow and gas.
  • Minimalizing smoke, more efficient combustion, and reduce wood usage significantly compared to traditional stove.
  • Using biomass fuel such as: small branch, dried leaves, briquette, and coconut shell.

Impact

  • Affordable and eco-friendly stove.
  • Healthier cooking environment, especially for women and children who are prone to respiratory disease caused by heavy smoke from traditional stove.
  • Revitalize stove home-industry to create job opportunity.

Specifications:

  • Using galvanic steel and iron material
  • Dimension: 28 cm x 28 cm x 36 cm
  • Weight: 3.2 kg
  • Save the wood usage until 60.47%
  • Combustion efficiency: 38%-42% (traditional stove: 7%-12%)
  • 1.5 kg of wood for 2 hours of cooking

Incubation Status: Commercialization stage and market expansion

Incubation Period: April 2010 – May 2013

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