With proven increases in efficiency and reduction of emissions, the Envirofit Institutional Cookstove is an economical and safe cooking alternative for orphanages, schools and community centers.
The Cookstove utilizes all of Envirofit’s industry-leading household technologies into a highly-efficient, institutional-sized model designed for scalability depending on the needs of the location. The unique shape and design is coupled with an equally unique manufacturing process to ensure quality - protecting the trusted Envirofit name in third world countries. The stoves are long-lasting, durable and easy to use. Designed to encourage users to stand to the sides, it allows for two people to cook safely. Key benefits in the design of the stove are:
- Safety mechanisms for pot stability
- Reduction of harmful emissions (90% less smoke and soot)
- Adaptability for indoor/outdoor cooking
- 400% improvement in cooking efficiency indoors
- 50% reduced cooking time indoors
- 80% reduction of wood needed for cooking
- 5 year minimum lifespan
These benefits are crucial in the developing world where institutions spend 10-50% of budgets on energy. Using wood more efficiently allows institutions to make better use of limited funds. There is also a reduction in deforestation, preventing erosion and habitat destruction.
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