by Tim Jones

Issue: 19

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Received: 2010-10-06


At the start of improved cookstove development in Sri Lanka prototype cookstoves were made by a rural potter who had considerable skill in the manipulation of clay. He could, with a certain amount of assistance, quickly produce the many modifications found necessary as the stove was optimised for maximum fuel efficiency and clean combustion. The end result was the Anagi 2 all ceramic, two pot, cooking stove.

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