Google+ Introduction - Chulha Low Smoke Stove

Introduction

Toon Dewerchin speak’s about his Chulha Low Smoke Stove project in Laos

Chulha_AirFlowThe Chulha low smoke stove is a low tech solution designed within a philanthropy project by Philips Design. This stove is a further development of the traditional cooking stove in India. During cooking on this traditional stoves, the houses are full of smoke.
The poorest families even don’t have a stove. They cook inside the house on an open fire,
using 3 stones to support a pot.

The smoke in the kitchen is causing a lot of health problems: respiration diseases like pneumonia or nose, mouth and eyes infections.

To solve this problem, Philips designed a new stove with a chimney pipe. With the Chulha you even can save up to 50% of wood comparing to the traditional way of cooking. The stove is quite simple and can be build nearly anywhere.
For the development of this stove, Philips got several awards, including a Red Dot award in 2009 and an INDEX award in 2010.

To learn more about the project and health problems related to indoor smoke pollutions, please visit our page with more video interviews!

Chulha Low Smoke Stove

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