Institutional stoves are used where larger amounts of food than can be accommodated on a standard kitchen stove can be cooked. Typical examples are schools, hospitals, prisons and other institutions. Institutional stoves are also used in refugee camps, particularly in the early stages when large influxes of people require food urgently. Typically, these groups will use institutional stoves with a cooking capacity of 25L, 50L, 100L.
1. Thermal efficiency: 43%, please refer to our test.
①Chimney: in 4 parts, diameter 10cm, Height 48cm, Stainless steel 0.3mm, Grade 201
②Pot: Volume 25L (Dia. 30cm Height 33cm) . Stainless steel 1.2mm, Grade 201
③ Stove Body: Chamber Dia.16cm, stainless steel 304
④ Handle: 2 stainless steel handles
⑤Fuel feed port: 15.7X7.8cm, stainless steel 201
⑥ Ash tray: 1mm stainless steel, with heat resistant handle to take out the ash easily
⑦Wheels: Easy to replace the stove with 3 wheels, the front 2 with braking
Lifespan and Warranty:
Lifespan: 3-5 years based on proper use and maintance.
Warranty: 2 years
Box Size: 70*70*80cm
Shipping Weight: 45kg(NW)
Units/20 GP: 144pcs/20GP, Units/ 40 HQ:360pcs