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Geo Biochar Stove

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Geo Biochar Stove is a simple system of production of charcoal as well use the heat for cooking. In the process the flaring of the gases takes place, helping in reduction of emissions. Highly suitable …

Geo Biochar Stove is a simple system of production of charcoal as well use the heat for cooking. In the process the flaring of the gases takes place, helping in reduction of emissions. Highly suitable for institutional cooking / in schools / hostels, etc. The cooks will also earn while cooking in the form of charcoal as value added product from wood.
This is designed by Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy

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  • 1. Primary air Pyrolysis Design by Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy
  • 2. GEO BIOCHAR STOVEPot 1 direct Chimney optionalheat from Pot 2 directthe kiln heating resulting Pot 3between ~ from the fire (secondary100 to 200 from sticks and pot)degrees flaring of gasesCentigrade from kiln Draft Grate Small sticks for flaring the smoke from the kiln Draft Design by Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy
  • 3. Salient features of - GEO BIOCHAR STOVE30% biochar production3 to 4 days for a batch of charcoal productionContinuous hot water access (pot 1)Highly suitable for institutional cooking and as well making biocharAdditional heat generated by flaring the pyrolysis gases, used for cookingMitigation of the emissions during the pyrolysis by flaringCosts about Rs. 3000 for a 2’ width x 5’ depth x 6’ hight (in feet) “GEO Biochar pit stove”.(cost including, tin sheet for cover, digging the pit, three pot stove and chimney.)

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