Updated on November 17, 2019

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Created on June 18, 2014

EcoZoom Dura

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Designed by EcoZoom, Dura is a rocket-type stove for cooking with wood, charcoal and biomass briquettes.

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Product Description

Dura is a lightweight, durable and rocket-type cookstove designed for cooking with a single pot and wood or solid biomass as fuel. Within a long-lasting refractory metal combustion chamber, it has a strong cast iron top, ceramic insulation and steel handles with silicone grips for easy movement and transportation.

 

 

Market Suggested Retail Price

$99.95

Distributors / Implementing Organizations

EcoZoom has projects going in several countries around the globe. They work with partners on scales ranging from single villages to entire countries. Living Goods also distributes this product.

Manufacturing/Building Method

Mass customized by EcoZoom in China. They produce over 60,000 stoves/month, including EcoZoom Jet and Plancha models.

Intellectural Property Type

Trade Secret

User Provision Model

Directly from the manufacturer by purchase online, also available on AmazonEcoZoom offers distributor information for Europe and Australian customers.

Distributions to Date Status

The exact number of Dura stoves distribution to date is unknown, however, EcoZoom has a production volume capacity of 60,000 stoves/month (considering all commercialized models) that can be scaled to fit any project.

Fuel type

Biomass, wood

Chimney (yes/no)

No

Forced or passive

Passive

Pot type

Flat or round bottom

Pot capacity (L)

Unknown

Thermal efficiency (%)

Unknown

PM emissions (g/MJ delivered to pot)

Unknown

CO emissions (g/MJ delivered to pot)

Unknown

Time to boil (min/L)

28 min per 5 L

Design Specifications

Design specifications include a refractory-metal combustion chamber, lightweight and ceramic-abrasion resistant insulation, body painted sheet metal with a reinforced door frame, bottom tile kiln-fired with metal lining and stainless-steel handles with silicone. Dura stove weighs 8 kgs and its dimensions are (LxWxH) 24 x 24 x 33 cm. Further details here.    

Technical Support

User operations manual and instructional video available. For further support, contact the manufacturer.    

Replacement Components

Not available

Lifecycle

This stove has 1-year warranty including defects in materials and workmanship. Dura stove has a 5-year estimated lifecycle.  

Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters

The EcoZoom Dura rocket stove was designed to burn wood and other solid biomass fuel with a durable and lightweight product that can also be used for camping and off-grid cooking.    

Vetted Performance Status

With a skirt, Dura stove has a thermal efficiency of 38%, an average fuel savings of 53% and emissions savings of 72%. When tested without a skirt, it proves a thermal efficiency of 27%, an average fuel savings of 43% and emissions savings of up to 55%. The complete vetted performance here. Results from DelAgua's testing in Rwanda show that follow-up surveys conducted by local Community Health Workers 1 month, 3 months and 6 months after stove placement show that 95% of recipients now use EcoZoom as their primary cooking method.    

Safety

Designed for outdoor use only. Keep all flammable items away from the surrounding area of the stove, and do not enclose the area you are cooking within; proper ventilation is always required. Do not touch the body of the stove while in use.

Complementary Technical Systems

Use of the product with a pot skirt significantly increases the efficiency and overall performance of the cookstove.

Academic Research and References

Jetter, J.J., Kariher, P (2009). Solid-fuel household cookstoves: characterization of performance and emissions. Biomass and bioenergy. 2009;33:2294-305

Jetter, J., et al (2012). Pollutant emissions and energy efficiency under controlled conditions for household biomass cookstoves and implications for metrics useful in setting international test standards. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2012;46(19):10827-10834.

Anenberg, S.C., et al (2013). Cleaner cooking solutions to achieve health, climate, and economic co-benefits. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2013;47(9):3944-3952.

Compliance with regulations

Test performance tier rankings using guidelines and standards established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)’s International Workshop Agreement (IWA). EcoZoom certified 2015 B Corp Best for the World.

Other Information

None.

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