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Summary

Title: Solar Steam Sterilizer for Rural Hospitals

Author: Michael Tyroller

Date: July 2006 (presented at the Granada solar cooking conference)

Abstract: Development, test (2003) and installation (2004) of a Solar Steam Steriliser for Rural Hospitals. A 76 l steriliser is running 4 times a day with a 10 m² Scheffler Reflector which stores the thermal heat directly in the core of a 230 kg iron block which functions as a oncethrough steam generator. The system is connected straight to the steriliser. The system works hybrid and it is therefore still possible to use the electrical boiler for days with bad radiation.

Positive effects:

  • Small Hybrid system
  • High efficiency
  • Only materials which are locally available are used.
  • They are designed in a way that makes construction and

maintenance easy.

Keywords: steam, heat storage, Scheffler- Reflector, fixfocus-system, sterilizer, autoclave, hybrid, iron block, high temperature

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current18:44, March 7, 2007 (1.52 MB)Tom Sponheim (Talk | contribs)'''Title:''' Solar Steam Sterilizer for Rural Hospitals '''Author:''' Michael Tyroller '''Date:''' July 2006 (presented at the Granada solar cooking conference) '''Abstract:''' Development, test (2003) and installation (2004) of a Solar Steam Sterilise

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