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Publications

HOW TO MAKE THE ONE-PIECE CERAMIC SRI LANKAN STOVE

By: John S. Selker and

Laurie Childers, ITDG

This is a construction manual showing how to make the Sri Lankan, one-piece, ceramic, 2-pot stove now being field testing for overall acceptability, fuel conservation, performance and durability.

Each stage of the construction is illustrated by photographs and the manual contains full-size templates of the tunnel and other critical elements, as well as a scale drawing of the complete stove.

The manual is available from ITDG at 6.00 per copy plus 1.00 per copy post and packaging. Cash with order please.

 

A SUMMARY DESCRIPTION AND CRITIQUE OF THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD FOR TESTING THE EFFICIENCY OF COOKSTOVES

By: P. Young, ITDG

May 1986

This technical paper is a critique of the International Standards for Testing the Efficiency of Woodburning Cookstoves, and was prepared as a contribution to the on-going debate surrounding the implementation of the Standards.

It is available upon request from ITDG, Myson House, Railway Terrace, Rugby CV21 3HT, U.K.

 

Intermediate technology Development Group Ltd

'Boiling Point' is the. newsletter of the Intermediate Technology Group Fuel for Food Programme. Contributions are welcome in the form of articles of not more than 700 words with line drawings, simple graphs, etc., where appropriate. All correspondence should be addressed to: 'Boiling Point', ITDG Fuel for Food Programme, Myson House, Railway Terrace, Rugby, Warwicks. CV21 3HT

Opinions expressed in contributory articles are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the ITDG Fuel for Food Programme.

(Readers wishing to enter into correspondence with any of the authors may obtain full postal addresses from the address given above).

Editorial Team:

Jackie Barley

 

Ian Grant

 

Yvonne Shanahan

 

Simon Burne

 

Vivienne Abbott

Production:

Jackie Barley

 

Ian Grant

 

Ros Burne

Contributors:

Frans Sulilatu

 

Piet Visser

 

Giselda Burkhardt

 

Simon Burne

 

C.K. Teckchandani

 

S.K. Jain

 

Anne Sefu

 

Paul Bente Jr.

 

Marie Grant

 

John Selker

 

Eric Shirey

 

Dominic Walubengo

 

Rabul Parikh

 

F.J. Mkwawa

 

H.H. Schneiders

 

Ernst Sangen