Estufa Lola

Estufa Lola
  • 1. Improved health and quality of life .
  • 2. Efficiency.
  • 3. Complete combustion producing clean emissions.
  • 4. Ease of cleaning and maintenance.
  • 5. Conservation of woodlands and watersheds.
Estufa Lola
Product Name
Estufa Lola
Designer
Architect Luis Alberto Sarti, utility model from ONIL cookstove
Manufacturer
Estufa Lola
Manufactured
Guatemala
HVAC
Stoves

The LOLA cookstove is a reinforced concrete wood burning cookstove that provides maximum energy efficiency. The LOLA cookstove is a utility model of the ONIL cookstove. LOLA incorporates Dr. Larry Winiarski’s design principles of Aprovecho Research Center for rocket type cookstoves, achieving the elimination of carbon monoxide and particulates contaminating inside the home, reducing atmospheric emissions through a complete combustion and saving up to 66% of the wood consumption for cooking.  


Specifications:

The base of the stove is made up of 10 concrete masonry units, measuring 0.15 x 0.20 x 0.40 m. with resistance to compression of 25 kg/cm2, stacked to support the stove. The body of the stove consists of 3 reinforced concrete forms. The combustion chamber is made of 3 pieces of industrially produced fired clay. Insulation is made up of 70 pounds of pumice sand filling the reinforced concrete chambers. Gas and smoke duct, chimney flues, cleanout elbow and chimney cap are made of 26 ga. galvanized sheet metal. Lateral shelves are made of 1/8“ iron sheet. Cooktop is made from 1/8“ iron sheet measuring 0.35 x 0.70 m. with two removable burners. Includes a hook made of 1/8“ cold galvanized iron, used to move burners; and small shovel made of galvanized sheet metal and 1/8“ cold galvanized iron, used to clean out the combustion chamber.

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