Distributed and designed by EcoZoom, Jet is a lightweight and rocket-type cookstove specifically designed for a single pot and for burning wood and solid biomass fuels. It has a refractory metal combustion chamber, ceramic insulation, universal cast iron stovetop and steel handles with silicone grips for easy movement and transportation and cool touch technology. Introduction video to the EcoZoom Jet stove available.
Intellectural Property Type
Distributions to Date Status
The exact number of Jet 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.
Forced or passive
Flat or round bottom
Pot capacity (L)
Thermal efficiency (%)
PM emissions (g/MJ delivered to pot)
CO emissions (g/MJ delivered to pot)
Time to boil (min/L)
27 min per 5 L
Design specifications include a refractory-metal chamber, a lightweight and ceramic thermal insulation, a stovetop with three-pronged universal cast iron, stove body with a reinforced metal door with silicone grip on a latch and stainless-steel and silicone handles for easy moving and transportation of the stove. It weighs 8 kgs and its dimensions are (LxWxH) 28 x 28 x 26 cm. Further details on design specifications here.
Provided by the manufacturer.
This stove has 1-year warranty including defects in materials and workmanship. Jet stove has a 5-year estimated lifecycle.
Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters
This product aims to meet the energy demands of families relying on traditional cooking methods in an efficient, durable and sustainable manner. Results from field tests about performance targets show boiling and cooking times to be 20% faster than a typical charcoal jiko.
Vetted Performance Status
Complementary Technical Systems
EcoZoom also commercializes the Zoom Dura with the possibility to add a stove carrier bag.
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
EcoZoom Jet won Gold in 2014 International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA®) by a panel of 24 international design experts over 2,000 other entries.