WHAT IS THE GLATT STOVE?

It is a high-resistance portable stove that works with an environmentally friendly fuel.

Today, it is the most economical, ecological and efficient solution to combat intoxication caused by breathing firewood smoke when cooking indoors.

The Glatt Stove technical data:

  • Weight: 1.33 kg.
  • Temperature: 320 °C.
  • Lifetime: 2 years.
  • Monthly fuel consumption: 2 to 3 gallons per family.
  • Supports a pot of 70 kg.
  • The cover can turn off The Glatt Stove in seconds.

Fuel technical data:

  • Ecological, high-efficiency, liquid fuel with low emission of pollutants: 7 ppm (parts per million) VS. 750,000ppm generated when cooking with firewood.
  • Fuel gallon presentation: lasts 24 hrs. of continuous smokeless fire.
  • Fuel liter presentation: lasts 5 hrs. of continuous smokeless fire.

The Glatt Stove 3E’s

Its price is very competitive compared with other stoves proposed as a solution model within the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves. Also, its production is serial, which reduces costs and makes it a viable alternative at a global level.

It operates on an ecological fuel that generates clean fire. It is friendly and respectful of the environment, generating only 7 ppm during combustion, compared to 750,000 ppm generated when cooking with firewood.

You can cook almost any food, in the same amount of time it would take to do it in a firewood or LP gas stove at a temperature of 320 °C.

It is also Portable:

It weighs less than 1.5 kg. and fits into a personal back pack, making it easy to carry anywhere, so you can cook practically anything you want, wherever you want.

USAGE TESTS – FILANTROFILIA

From September to November 2015 usage tests were conducted in indigenous communities in the states of Veracruz, Chiapas and Oaxaca, as well as in some groups living a vulnerable situation in Mexico City (CDMX).

The social rating company Filantrofilia was responsible for carrying out The Glatt Stove Usage and Consumption Impact Trends Assessment study carrying out user surveys within the populations. These were the most relevant results: