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Kolamba Solar Cooker

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The Kolamba Solar Cooker was designed in 2009 by Magnar Totland and Inventas  in Kristiansand and with support of Innovation Norway . It is a conical cooker (not parabolic) with one single cone that can bring up to 4 liters of water to a boil within a few hours. Since it is neither a panel cooker, nor a parabolic cooker, its geometrical shape suggest a third category of solar cookers, a cone cooker. 

Due to its design it is stable and robust even with a reflector of only 0,15 mm thickness.

In 2010 it was issued a patent for its design. Its big brother is the Voukana Solar Cooker  that has two cones witch in fact tripple the total effect on the cooking pot.  More information on the Kolamba Solar Cooker can be found on his networking webpage and on the company webpage,

Kolamba Solar Cooker - 4 liters of water is boiling00:18

Kolamba Solar Cooker - 4 liters of water is boiling

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