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UNISUN TECHNOLOGIES (P) LTD.
No 7, Ist Floor, Kodava Samaja Building, Ist Main Road, Vasanthnagar, Bangalore - 560 052, INDIA
Tel: +91 80 22355238, 22289290/663 Fax: +91 80 22289294
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web : www.unisun.net
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CLEAN GREEN SOLUTIONS
DOMESTIC SOLAR COOKER
Unisun’s Solar Box Cooker
● Cooks food for upto 6 people
● Aluminum body
● Stainless steel vessels 3 / 4 Nos
● Manual tracking
Price : Rs. 2850/- to 5000/-
Unisun’s Parabolic Cooker:
Two Types SK-14 & SK-9 SK-14
● To cook food for upto 15 people
● 5ltrs pressure cooker cooking capacity
● Can bake and fry also
● Speed of cooking comparable with LPG
● To cook food for upto 6 people
● 3 ltrs pressure cooker cooking capacity
● Can bake and fry also
● Speed of cooking comparable with LPG
● Manual tracking
Price: Rs. 3500/- to 7000/-
.7 Sq.mts. Scheffler Cooker:
● To cook food for upto 25 people
● Cooking can be done in the comfort of the kitchen or shade if orientation is proper
● Speed of cooking comparable with LPG.
● Automatic tracking
Price: Rs. 20,000/-
NUTRITION VALUE OF SOLAR COOKED FOODS
How to Turn a Pizza Box into a Solar Oven- 2:58 mins
Save that last slice of pizza! You can reheat it in its own container, using the sun’s power.
Step 1: Draw a square
the ruler and black marker, draw a square on your pizza-box lid,
leaving a 1-inch border from the edge of the box to each side of the
Step 2: Form the flap
With the box cutter or utility
knife, cut through three sides of the square you just drew, leaving the
line at the rear of the box attached. Fold the flap back so that it
stands up when the pizza-box lid is closed.
Step 3: Cover the flap with foil
the underside of the flap with heavy-duty aluminum foil, which will
reflect sunlight into the oven. Glue the foil to the flap, smooth out
wrinkles, and cut off any excess.
Step 4: Tape plastic sheet
the scissors, cut two square pieces of clear plastic wrap, each 1
square inch larger than the flap opening. Open the pizza box, and tape
one piece of plastic to the underside of the hole so that the plastic
Step 5: Tape second plastic sheet
Close the lid,
and tape the second plastic sheet over the top of the hole, creating a
window that helps keep the sun’s heat in the box. Pull both sheets taut
as you tape them.
Maintaining an airtight box is crucial in keeping the oven hot.
Step 6: Layer the bottom with foil
Glue or tape a layer of aluminum foil to the inside bottom of your pizza box for insulation.
Step 7: Cover with black paper
the foil layer in the box with sheets of black construction paper and
glue them into place. The black base will absorb light and generate more
heat inside your oven.
Step 8: Find best angle
Close the lid,
and you’re ready to start cooking! On a bright day, place your solar
oven outside in direct sunlight. Adjust the foil flap to find the best
ray-reflecting angle, and use the ruler, a stick, or a hard-plastic
straw to keep the flap propped in place.
If you want to
test the reflective angles of your oven before you head outside, shine a
laser pointer onto the foil flap to simulate rays of sunlight.
Step 9: Preheat
your oven by leaving it in direct sunlight for 30 minutes. The box’s
temperature will reach about 200 degrees, so while you won’t be able to
cook a roast, you can reheat cooked food, melt cheese or chocolate,
or—if you have all day—prepare a veggie stew.
Step 10: Cook
you decide to cook, place it—on its own, or in a heat-safe container—in
the center of the oven, so that it is directly under the plastic-wrap
window. Close the lid, leaving the flap propped open, and check on your
food every 15 to 30 minutes.
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Rising Prices of Natural Gas and LPG to Propel Solar Cooker Market
There are a number of factors augmenting the demand for solar cookers.
Due to the rising prices of natural fuel gases such as LPG, there is a
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This Project Report On Solar Cooker Using Parabolic Reflector
explains about construction and fabrication procedure of solar cooker. A
solar cooker needed no wood – just sun! With this in mind, dozens of
research institutes developed solar cookers. It can also replace the
traditional stoves burnt on firewood in remote parts of our country thus
retaining our forests and ecological biodiversity. Foraging for fuel
wood is a demanding task that reduces the time women and children have
for school and profitable work too. The fossil fuels damage the
environment and we are dangerously close to exhausting them completely
.The solar energy options are therefore becoming more attractive.
need to cook food for nourishment is fundamental to nearly every society
and requires the expenditure of energy in some form. Solar energy can
be harnessed to meet this need without the environmental and health
problems associated with most other fuels. There are a wide variety of
devices designed to capture the sun’s energy and harness it for cooking
food; unfortunately, it is often difficult to compare these devices to
one another. The use of solar energy to cook food presents a viable
alternative to the use of fuel wood, kerosene, and other fuels
traditionally used in developing countries for the purpose of preparing
food. While certainly, solar cookers cannot entirely halt the use of
combustible fuels for food preparation, it can be shown that properly
applied, solar cooking can be used as an effective mitigation tool with
regards to global climate change, deforestation, and economic debasement
of the world’s poorest people.
Project Report On Solar Cooker Using Parabolic Reflector Conclusion:
with solar energy remains a fuel-saving technique, which can provide
definite help in situations of fuel scarcity. Solar cookers and
especially cooking boxes can be successfully locally made. However, the
introduction of a new way of cooking results in radical changes in the
rhythm of life in a community.
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Thursday evening we left Windhoek for
Brandberg, Uis Village. Everyone was excited and looking forward to
completing the task at hand which was basically the solar stove project.
The journey was tedious and tiresome but worthwhile, as the saying
goes, “NO PAIN, NO GAIN”. Thursday generally saw the checking in to our
respective rooms which were fully furnished and the comfortable. A
general discussion of the activities that were to take place the coming
day were drafted out and tasks were distributed to the respective
members involved on the project.
Friday morning around 6am everyone was up and
ready to tackle whatever the day throws to them and by 6:30 the
breakfast tables were fully occupied and a good breakfast it was with
most of the nutrients and vitamins needed to start off a day. An hour
and a half later we went to meet up with the Pastor of who is basically
more informed of the happenings within the town and has a much more
direct interaction and association with the people of the town. We
informed him the purpose of our visit and our objective, which was to
educate the community on the importance of forestation, saving power and
how deforestation is bad for the environment, basically it was a
mission on alerting everyone to try and go green.
The Club was openly welcomed and a great
amount of hospitality was shown. The Pastor alerted most of the people
in the community about our mission and wasted no time to invite them to
his house so that we get to show, promote and market the Solar Stove.
Eben Nengola and Brian Sibanda, the two main members of this project set
the place on fire with an eloquent and descriptive explanation on the
group’s task, objective, mission and that Nature friend Safaris was the
Sponsor of this project. The people of the community were interested in
the project and wanted to get involved asking for the prices of the
stoves and further asking whether or not they would be allowed to pay
for the stoves in installments. The brochures we had made played a
pivotal role in this expedition as they got to see the capabilities of
the stove and the output produced by it.
The Pastor opted for us to go the Small
Chinese shop later on as there was to be a lot of human activity by then
therefore allowing us to market and promote the stove on a much more
extensive level. This was around 13:30 and the sun was scorching hot
which was a benefit for us as we were able to cook eggs for the people
within an hour thus allowing the community to have a taste of what the
Solar stove is capable of producing and how it functions.
Later on we embarked on a small trip to the
outskirts of Uis town where we were humbly welcomed by the Damaras of
that area. The place had no access to electricity and therefore made our
mission more relevant and important. The elders appreciated the
presentation we made there but since the sun was now setting there was
not enough time to practicallyshow the people in the Village the way the
Stove works but they got the skill needed to use the cooker. The
students got to get a small hint of the Damara tradition, culture and
how they live as they were taken into the kraals were they kept their
goats, sat down on the ground in a round shape and most of these acts
were really fulfilling and humbled most of the members.
The drive back to the Lodge allowed everyone
to reflect on the day’s work, what they have learned and to brace
themselves for tomorrow.
Dinner was prepared by Axel, Esa and Taimie
Nengombe and half of it was great but the rest gave one of the members a
light stomach ache, this comes to show that some members really have to
work on their cooking skills.
Saturday saw the early rising of the sun and
the students at the usual time, (06:00) and breakfast was nothing less
than perfect as always. At around 09:00 the bus driver took nus to the
Brand berg Mountains where hiking was to take place and a lot of the
members learnt a lot and how to work as a team as the place is also
inhabited by snakes, leopards thus making the group to work together and
try to abide by the laws enforced by the tour guide.
Within a few hours the sun was already
burning hot but this did not make us get sidelined from our task. A
small supermarket next to the lodge where a lot of people would come and
buy their groceries allowed us to get settled and further expose our
project to the community which at the end of the day had seen the sale
of one of the Stoves for N$2100 with a complementary stove given to the
first buyer who was the owner of the Lodge we were staying at.
The Last day witnessed a lot but not as much
as the other 3days we were in Uis. We attended a church service which
took on average 3hrs and the Club was able to inform the community
further on how they can use the stove and how they an get one if they
are interested. Mesha, a Maltas member, braced the congregation with her
presence as she gave a breath-taking solo hymn and the Secretary
General of the Club, Thabani Ncube, gave heartwarming words of wisdom
which further uplifted the respect of the Club as it showed that we are
not only a Club but a community on its own.
Mr. Boois, one of the teachers at the school
we were to sponsor the stove to greatly appreciated the offer from the
Club and Nature friends Safaris of the stove and noted that the school
will be too and acknowledged the fact that we will be coming from time
to time to check on the stove, how the people are using it and whether
it’s being handled properly or not. Our journey back to the lodge
allowed us to get exposed to the mines in the town and a beautiful sight
The rest of the day was spent on the road as
we journeyed back to Windhoek with a smile on everyone’s face as this
was a great learning experience and a successful expedition.
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