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The '''Heatmoth''' is a robust galvanised frame which mounts and rotates freely around a central support. It uses very durable stainless steel reflectors washable with dishwashing liquid. It is very easily moved and positively locked for tracking the sun. The Heatmoth has a wide cooking area that can accomodate two pots side by side and the cook can comfortably work at the pots without the sun reflecting in his face. There is also a quick release mechanism for removing the reflectors in high winds
 
The '''Heatmoth''' is a robust galvanised frame which mounts and rotates freely around a central support. It uses very durable stainless steel reflectors washable with dishwashing liquid. It is very easily moved and positively locked for tracking the sun. The Heatmoth has a wide cooking area that can accomodate two pots side by side and the cook can comfortably work at the pots without the sun reflecting in his face. There is also a quick release mechanism for removing the reflectors in high winds
   

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Heatmoth

Heatmoth

The Heatmoth is a robust galvanised frame which mounts and rotates freely around a central support. It uses very durable stainless steel reflectors washable with dishwashing liquid. It is very easily moved and positively locked for tracking the sun. The Heatmoth has a wide cooking area that can accomodate two pots side by side and the cook can comfortably work at the pots without the sun reflecting in his face. There is also a quick release mechanism for removing the reflectors in high winds

Contact

Franco Bartolini
36 Lytton Street
Goodwood West
7460 Cape Town
South Africa

Telephone and Fax: +272 1 5917529

heatmoth@telkomsa.net

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