Cookers

  • Family: 
    Cookers
    Production: 
    Home-made
    Model: 
    Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light

    The Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light is a small, compact, inexpensive solar panel cooker made from durable, reflective vinyl covered panels. The cooker comes in an easily assembled kit, containing four flexible vinyl panels, clips and base plate. The panels bolt to the base plate, and clip to each other to create the panel cooker shape.

  • Family: 
    Cookers
    Production: 
    Home-made
    Model: 
    Truck Mirror Solar Fryer

    Concentration solar cooker made with the intention of achieving high temperatures to cook steaks or brown breads. A surface of four square meters of adjustable mirrors (made with 67 truck mirrors) directs sunlight to a focus that hits the bottom of the grill,
    A space is left open on 3 of the frames for the shadow from the grill. This also allows the cook to get to the grill to take care of the food.

  • Family: 
    Cookers
    Production: 
    Commercial
    Model: 
    alSol 1.4

    Commercial parabolic solar cooker. The high reflection aluminium sheets (Solar Surface) allow for high temperatures in the focus so the device performs almost like a conventional electric or gas cooker. The cooking rack is fixed to the base of the cooker and stays horizontal and flat while the parabolic reflector can be turned around to face it towards the sun. The cookers are sold in a box that contains the different pieces and tools needed for the assembling. The cooker alSol 1.4. can be assembled by 2 people in approximately 2 hours.

  • Family: 
    Water treatment systems
    Production: 
    Home-made
    Model: 
    Home Made Solar Water Distiller

    Portable solar water distiller able to treat dirty, salty or otherwise unfit for drinking water and turn it to clean safe drinking water. It includes a light and unexpensive parabolic mirror using a flexible aluminized sheet that can be easily assembled/disassembled, and an evaporation chamber where dirty water is purified and collected.

  • Family: 
    Water treatment systems
    Production: 
    Home-made
    Model: 
    Solar Water Heater & Pasteurizer Made From Everyday Recyclables

    Solar device useful for water heating and pasteurization processes, made with a plastic soda bottle, a blackened soda can and a reflector.

  • Family: 
    Cocinas
    Production: 
    Artesanal
    Model: 
    Foldable parabolic cooker

    Self-made parabolic solar cooker made up with light materials and foldable. It can be used in two positions (summer and winter).

  • Family: 
    Cookers
    Production: 
    Commercial
    Model: 
    CookSack

    The CookSack® is a patented portable solar device that is used for cooking or water heating or purification. The reflector is inflatable and very light, and also permits the accumulation of heat inside the plastic bag. The thermally conductive pot , the stand and fixing arrays are included.
    Requires little attention and it involves no fire risk as there is no flame.

  • Family: 
    Cookers
    Production: 
    Home-made
    Model: 
    Aleiha's parabolic solar cooker

    Hand-made parabolic solar cooker that uses a satellite dish and discarded materials. It has a high cooking power. The making of this cooker requires availability of some especial materials and a hard work (cutting aluminium pieces, for instance) so may be suitable only for handymen/women.

  • Family: 
    Cookers
    Production: 
    Commercial
    Model: 
    Portable Solar Cooker xCRUZA

    Foldable and portable light solar cooker. Once folded becomes an easy to carry handbag. When opened, the reflective surface concentrates the solar radiation to hit the cooking pot, while the plastic cover retains heat using the greenhouse effect.

  • Family: 
    Dryers
    Production: 
    Commercial
    Model: 
    SOLFRUTS dryer

    SOLFRUTS is a multi-functional system to dry fruits using solar energy. It is possible to regulate the drying temperature by a little trap door and the thermometre incorporated. It reaches temperatures between 55 and 65 ºC, and may dry stone or pip fruits, tomatos, etc. in 3 to 5 days.
    It can also be used for grain or fruit disinfection and pasteurization, by placing the pieces directly onto the dryer sheet, as well as onto heat resistant trays (as the interior may reach temperatures from 67 to 80 ºC).

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