Updated on January 28, 2024

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Created on July 26, 2020

Canamake Ivuguruye

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A cylindrical charcoal stove, made with filler material, sand, cement, and clay.

Developed By
  1. ADJR Cooperative
Tested By
  • The Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation (CREEC)
Content Partners
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Product Description

Canamake Ivuguruye is a stove produced by Cooperative ADJR. This stove can reduce the use of charcoal up to 50%. Canamake means “use a few pieces of charcoal“. The Canamake Ivuguruye is designed for urban and peri-urban users.

Target SDGs

SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy

SDG 13: Climate Action

Market Suggested Retail Price

$7.00

Target Users (Target Impact Group)

Household

Distributors / Implementing Organizations

ADJR Cooperative

Manufacturing/Building Method

The stoves are manufactured by ADJR Cooperative trained-artisans.

Intellectural Property Type

Trademark

User Provision Model

Stoves are produced and installed in households by trained women and men artisans.

Distributions to Date Status

Unknown

Fuel type

Charcoal

Chimney (yes/no)

No

Forced or passive

Passive

Pot type

Round bottom

Pot capacity (L)

15 L

Thermal efficiency (%)

37.1%

PM emissions (g/MJ delivered to pot)

0.0081 g/MJ

CO emissions (g/MJ delivered to pot)

27.93 g/MJ

Time to boil (min/L)

Unknown

Design Specifications

The Canamake Ivuguruye is a metal-cladded stove, hour-glass shaped with a ceramic liner surrounded by an insulation layer. It has a hinged door which fits properly when closed, 19 holes on the grate surface and 2 handles on its upper part, three stands on the bottom surface and three pot stands on the top of the combustion chamber, which also extends into the combustion chamber. The stove weighs 3.5 kg and has a warranty of 6 months. The physical dimensions of the stove are listed below (in cm):

  • Top diameter: 31
  • Bottom diameter: 32
  • Middle diameter: 21
  • Thickness with insulation layer: 4
  • Combustion chamber top diameter: 23
  • Combustion chamber bottom diameter (grate): 17
  • Pot rest height: 1
  • Pot rest extension to the stove: 5
  • Airhole: 1.5
  • Stove height above the ground: 21.5
  • Stove stands: 1
  • Height of air gap: 8
  • Length of air gap: 10.5
  • Length of the door: 15
  • Height of door: 9
  • Width of handles: 4
  • Length of handles: 10.3

Product Schematics

Technical Support

Provided by the manufacturer.

Replacement Components

Unknown

Lifecycle

4 years

Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters

Unknown

Vetted Performance Status

In 2014, a Water Boiling Test (WBT) was conducted three times on each stove, concurrently with an emissions test following the WBT Protocol 4.2.2 and the Guidelines for testing charcoal stoves with WBT 4.2.2. The results of this test confirmed the classification of the stove in Tier 3 of thermal efficiency and Tier 0 for emissions and indoor emissions.

Safety

Customers should be aware of using the cookstove with a good draft, in order to avoid harmful emission levels within a closed space. It is also recommended to burn dry charcoal in order to achieve the expected efficiency and avoid potentially harmful gas emissions.

Complementary Technical Systems

None

Academic Research and References

Vianello M., 2016, A Review of Cooking Systems for Humanitarian Settings, Toolkit for the Moving Energy Initiative, Energy, Environment and Resources Department.

Compliance with regulations

This product has been evaluated in three IWA metrics (Fuel use/Efficiency, Emissions, and Indoor emissions) and complies with the following Tiers of Performance for cookstoves:

  • Tier 3 for Fuel use/Efficiency
  • Tier 0 for Emissions
  • Tier 0 for Indoor Emissions

Evaluation methods

Water Boiling Test 4.2.2 guidelines for charcoal stoves.

Other Information

Water Boiling Test 4.2.2 guidelines

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