Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Onil Stove







www.onilstove.com

www.helpsinternational.com/

Welcome to the ONIL Stove Site!

Our organization has developed a complete line of cooking stoves which replace the more dangerous "three stone cooking fires" commonly used in rural, third world countries.

Our stoves have proven extremely efficient, fast and eliminate many of the hazards associated with open flame cooking.

After an exhaustive, two year investigation of both the cultural, as well as technological factors surrounding open flame or three stone fires, the ONIL stove has proven to :

* Reduce smoke emission's from within the dwelling by 99%,

* Increased the cooking surface height - eliminating burns and/or uncontrolled fires,

* Created a 60-70% savings in fuel consumption - allowing for a reduction in deforestation.

Our stoves have been extensively field tested and we have placed well over 5000 stoves into service since 2003.

Please click on one of our many ICONS above to learn more about how YOU can "Change a Life" by assisting needy families in obtaining an ONIL stove.



The Plancha stove is made of cast concrete. It can be made in a manufacturing site and carried to the homes. Installation time is short and the stove may be used immediately following installation. The use of this stove reduces wood consumption by 60-70%. The Nixtamal stove is made to efficiently cook large quantities of boiled foods. Its combustion principles is the same as the plancha stove but is optimized for boiling large pots. The nixtamal stove is equally as efficient as the plancha stove.

Guatemala Office
Calzada Atanasio Tzul 21-00 Zona 12
Complejo Empresarial El Cortijo II
Bodega 517
Guatemala, Guatemala 01012
011(502) 2428-6600
011(502) 2428-6666 Fax
vivi@helpsinternational.com


Onil Stove
15301 Dallas Pkwy, Suite 200
Addison, TX 75001
(972) 386-2901 | (972) 386-4294 (fax)
info@onilstove.com

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Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
View of Lake Atitlan and volcano from my apartment balcony in Panajachel. Taken by Catherine Todd June 2008.