|Fuel Required||1Kg of Rice Husk per load (Continuous feeding)|
|Stove Size||17*17*20 cm|
|Stove Weight||6.45 kg (including ash tray)|
|Reactor Type||MS Sheet|
|Capacity||Could take load upto 50 Kg.|
|Operating Time||50 -60Minutes ( Depending upon operation/Rice Husk Type)|
|Other Body||MS Sheet|
It is smokeless stove compared to traditional mud stoves It uses rice husk as a fuel which are fed in outer reactor, which produces flame efficiently in downdraft mode. It is the most economical stove which serves the weakest section of rural society. It requires pieces of paper to ignite the stove within a minute stove is ready for cooking; it does not require any additional oil like- kerosene to ignite the stove.
Agni Janta Chulha is designed for BPL Families, saves 70% of cost in comparison to LPG.
Rice Husk is abundantly available at a minimal cost, which is used as a fuel in our stoves. : Janta Chulha eliminates the drudgery Tasks: Since it does not require firewood, Hence no drudgery tasks for children & women, it is designed to optimize fuel-efficiency and reduce toxic emissions when cooking meals.
Janta Chulha eliminates the Drudgery Tasks: drudgery reduction via reduction/elimination of gathering firewood/cow dung for the cooking fires. Hence no drudgery tasks for women and children.
Fill the rice husk in the outer reactor completely leaving 1 inch gap and ignite the fuel with folded paper inside the main reactor (mouth) lighting it with match stick. Once the fire takes place stove is ready for cooking.
There are 2 levers in Janta Chulha: 1st lever is for removal of ash and the other is for oxygen,while fueling rice husk and during burning process 2nd lever(oxygen) should be open for passing air.