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The Swan Stove is a Double Burner
The Swan Stove Can also Cook and Grill
Mr Booh Roket Stove

More pictures of Jed's work on Stoves and also a pdf of Jed's work on stoves and ovens

Also take a look at http://www.stoves.bioenergylists.org/Holey-Roket-2013
for other pictures of this type of stove.

Jed started with the Rok Oblak Holey Roket stove:
http://stoves.bioenergylists.org/taxonomy/term/243

and has been making improvements to the design detailed in the pdf, and has these lovely stoves made with the help of the artists he's been working with in the Philippines.

These are the features that he's working to include in the latest batch of stoves:

  • A side fed fuel chamber allows for continuous cooking.
  • Better flame control.
  • Eliminating the risk of handling hot char.
  • Allowing for multiple fuel types
  • Clay is less expensive than metal.
  • Clay stimulates employment, social inclusion, and creativity
  • Clay stoves are heavier and brittle but they outlast equivalent metal stoves, some lasting for longer than 3 years of continuous use.
File attachments: 
Holey Roket Stove Double-Barell as a Fish
Holey Roket Stove as a Truck
Prototype Holey Roket on a box blatform with a Char pocket

See even more pictures at http://www.stoves.bioenergylists.org/Phillipines-Holey-Roket

The first two stoves in the attached i already am making since the past years. And recently, i have been teaching women and soon their husbands to also make their rocket stoves here in the province of Bulacan under a disaster preparedness program by the Save the Children International. They also make their own designs of flowers, castle towers, chess characters, and faces into their stoves.

the drawing in the third attachment is a prototype in process. It is a Holey Rocket Stove with a char pocket on the side and a box as a platform. I hope to finish it in the coming weeks.

Joshua Guinto
jed.building.bridges@gmail.com

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