An eco-KALAN is a portable stove made of clay consisting of three components: the outer shell (kalan) on which the cooking pot sits; the inner chamber (rocket elbow) where the combustion takes place; and a shelf with air holes to hold the fuel.
A power line turbogas plant produces electricity from gas combustion in special gas turbines that perform the function of an internal combustion engine. In a turbogas plant the fuel, gas or diesel is pressurized into a combustion chamber, heat expands a turbine producing the mechanical energy work needed to produce electricity through an alternator
stainless steel and 601 nickel alloys. The “rocket stove” design concentrates heat and mixes combustion gasses to create operating temperatures in excess of 1100 degrees Celsius, which allows the stoves to literally “burn up the smoke.