ARTI-TZ participated in the 2010 Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair (DITF), popularily known as “Saba Saba” from the 29th of June to the 8th of July. ARTI-TZ was hosted by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT), which is the most popular pavilion of the event. Hundreds of thousands of visitors passed by our booth and were able to see live demonstrations of renewable energy products, such as the Sarai Cooker, Compact Biogas System, charcoal kiln and briquette extruder and D.light solar lights. We gratefully thank our hosts, partner organizations and all those who took the time to visit our booth.
This clean, efficient and safe system produces hot frame using only kitchen food waste. The compact design allows it be installed into almost any urban space and once it is installed there is little to no operating costs. In other words “Free Energy
- Small quantity of all kinds of decomposable waste foods can be used as raw material to produce gas
- The system reduces the dependence on LPG, Kerosene, Electricity and Charcoal
- The system can be scaled to meet the requirement
- Relatively Low Investment and space required
- Quick and easy installation and relocation
- Produces an Organic Fertilizer as a By-product
- Suitable for both urban and rural usage
- 800 times more efficient than traditional dung based Biogas systems
The CBS can be installed in most urban households. Essentially the system needs to be located with 10m of the kitchen, in a sunny location and requires only 1.5m square of space.
The CBS, which was invented in India by Dr. A. Karve, the founder of ARTI-India, has won numerous awards accross East Africa and international awards, including the Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy.
Charcoal briquettes made from agricultural waste and other dry biomass offer an economical solution to the rising costs of cooking fuel in cities. Briquettes are clean burning and cheaper than traditional wood charcoal. They also provide an alternative to cutting precious forests for fuel.
ARTI has years of experience producing charcoal briquettes and training individuals and groups to produce charcoal briquettes and char powder.
ARTI provides technical support and trainings along with supplying equipment such as charcoal kilns and extruders required to begin char powder or briquette production.
For more information on trainings offered by ARTI visit the Trainings tab.
Charcoal extruders to produce charcoal briquettes are also available and range in sizes from a smaller manual extruder which produces 30-40kg of briquettes per day to larger extruders, which produce about 300kg per day.
Charcoal or charring kiln is fabricated from 2 recycled oil drums. The kiln consists of one drum with a lid and chimney. The kiln is operated by 2 persons, it is easy to use and to transport.
A team of 2 persons can operate several kilns at the time. One kiln can produce up to 60 kg of char powder per day.
Orders require up to one week to fill (Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania)
The Garden Kiln is fabricated using 2 used oil drums and comes with the kiln, lid, stove pipe and plunger. Total char production is 40-100kg/day.
Orders take up to one week to fill (DSM).
The CH-5200 has been designed specifically to maximise efficiency for users of charcoal for cooking. Manufactured using state-of-the-art, patent pending technologies the CH-5200 is a quality, affordable improved cook stove perfect for household and commerical cooking.
The CH-5200′s design reduces charcoal usage by up to 60% by maximising the transfer of heat form the burning fuel to cooking. This reduction in charcoal consumption can translate to significant financial savings for users. Maximising heat transfer also helps to reduce cooking times by up to 50%.
The CH-5200 also reduces the environmental and health impacts of cooking with charcoal. The CH-5200 reduces smoke and soot by up to 80%, lowering indoor air pollution levels and effects that this has upon the health of users and household members.
View the specifications of the CH-5200.