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Better Ceramic Liners with a Jigger Jolly

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Better Ceramic Liners with a Jigger Jolly
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Tim Jones
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In Boiling Point No. 14, I wrote about the use of a paddle mould to produce the ceramic liners for the GTZ Women and Energy Maendeleo cookstoves in Kenya. The advantages of the paddle mould are that it produces liners of consistently correct dimensions and can be used by people who have no previous pottery skills. The jigger jolly has the same advantages as the paddle mould but does the job a lot faster. However, it is also a lot more expensive and needs an electric motor or two people to operate it...
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15
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Technologies
010 Stoves
Location: continent
Africa
Location: African countries
Kenya
Keywords
CeramicLiners    JiggerJolly    BoilingPoint15   

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