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|Price:||$95.00 + $11.99 shipping|
|Item Dimensions||11 x 11 x 11 inches|
|Item Weight||12 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||15 pounds|
Evan's Outdoor Store is pleased to announce its association with Envirofit. I've had my eye on this company for quite some time, and have been quite impressed by some of their unique products that offer real solutions to some very difficult problems in the delveloping world.Instructional Video = http://www.youtube.com/user/envirofit#p/a/u/1/xjazU0pe-do
Now some of these same technologies will be available in the United States for campers, sportsman, outdoor cooks, emergency use, or for folks that are just interested in tinkering with renewable energy in their backyards.
The G-3300 is one of the most advanced and lightweight Rocket Stoves I've encountered. With a handful of sticks you can quickly boil a pot of water with very little smoke or other harmful emissions.
EnviroFlame Combustion System:
Working with Oakridge National Research Laboratory to optimize a patent pending combustion chamber alloy that prevents deterioration of the chamber and gives it an exceptionally long life. Alloy survives in the high temperature caustic environment of a stove in which other metals fail or are too expensive to be practical for the market.
This durability allows Envirofit to offer an extended warranty on the chamber - an industry first.
Working with Colorado State University's Engines and Energy Conversion Lab and using advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), heat transfer modeling, and parametric testing (techniques not generally applied to this product sector) to develop patent pending chamber design features, geometry and materials to enable cleaner more efficient combustion.
Envirofit Cooking System (TM)
G-3300 Single pot cookstove -- Core of the system
G-3355 Double pot and chimney accessory
G-33LPG LPG adaptor accessory
G-33PC Pressure Cooker accessory
G-33SKT Pot skirt accessory
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