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==External links==
 
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* [http://w2.avis.ne.jp/~amane/ Motoharu Takizawa's website]
 
* [http://w2.avis.ne.jp/~amane/ Motoharu Takizawa's website]
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Oyapika
The Oyapika parabolic solar cooker
Tom SponheimAdded by Tom Sponheim

Description

The Oyapika and Karupika are parabolic cookers with two pivots that allow them to be turned towards the sun: one allows rotation and the other controls the angle of parabola´s elevation. It is is a high potency cooker as it is able to boil 1 liter of water in 12 minutes. It can be folded for easy transportation and can be assembled in 12 minutes. The Oyapika uses a black recipient of 16 cm, which allows it to reach temperatures of 345 ºC.

Dimensions/Weight

Dimensions:

  • Diameter: 130 cm focal length: 34cm (from the deepest part of the parabola)
  • Diameter of condensing focus: 15 cm.

Weight: 8.5kg

Materials

All components are made of aluminium, with a highly reflctive aluminium laminate (aca 4250E made in U.S.A), 0.5mm thick.

See also

External links

Contact

Motoharu Takizawa
356 Kuwayama
384-2101 Saku, Nagano
Japan

Email: amane@mx2.avis.ne.jp

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