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[[File:Solar_Chef_with_Sam_Erwin_2-7-12.jpg‎|thumb|300px|Sam Erwin adjusts his [[Solar Chef]].]]
 
[[File:Solar_Chef_with_Sam_Erwin_2-7-12.jpg‎|thumb|300px|Sam Erwin adjusts his [[Solar Chef]].]]
 
[[File:Solar Chef interior 2-7-12.jpg|thumb|300px|The cooker maintains a level cook pot tray.]]
 
[[File:Solar Chef interior 2-7-12.jpg|thumb|300px|The cooker maintains a level cook pot tray.]]
[[File:Solar Chef rear 2-7-12.jpg|right|300px]]
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The '''Solar Chef''' was designed and first patented by [[Sam Erwin]] in 1978. Since then, he has sold over 3,000 ovens up through 2011. The [[solar panel cooker]] incorporates a sturdy framework with a swivel base to allow positioning towards the sun. The central cooking chamber has a small fan to assist distributing the heat evenly.
 
The '''Solar Chef''' was designed and first patented by [[Sam Erwin]] in 1978. Since then, he has sold over 3,000 ovens up through 2011. The [[solar panel cooker]] incorporates a sturdy framework with a swivel base to allow positioning towards the sun. The central cooking chamber has a small fan to assist distributing the heat evenly.
   
Sam was trained as a carpenter before he began production. Now, as of 2012, he is thinking he would like to find partner to produce and distribute the cookers.
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Sam was trained as a carpenter before he began production. Now, as of 2013 (at the age of 89), he found a partner to produce and distribute the cookers.
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==Audio and video==
 
==Audio and video==
 
*'''Febrary 2012:''' [http://www.kitsapsun.com/news/2012/feb/07/made-in-tracyton-the-most-energy-efficient-oven News article with embedded video demonstration] - ''Kitsap Sun''
 
*'''Febrary 2012:''' [http://www.kitsapsun.com/news/2012/feb/07/made-in-tracyton-the-most-energy-efficient-oven News article with embedded video demonstration] - ''Kitsap Sun''
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==External links==
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*http://www.solar-chef.com
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==See also==
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*[[Solar Chef International]]
   
 
==Contact==
 
==Contact==
Sam Erwin<br />
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{{See|Solar Chef International}}
Tracyton, {{state|Washington|WA}}<br />
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[[Category:Solar cooker designs]]
[[USA]]
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[[Category:Solar panel cooker designs]]

Latest revision as of 16:35, May 11, 2015

Last updated: May 11, 2015      
Solar Chef with Sam Erwin 2-7-12

Sam Erwin adjusts his Solar Chef.

Solar Chef interior 2-7-12

The cooker maintains a level cook pot tray.

Solar Chef rear 2-7-12

The Solar Chef was designed and first patented by Sam Erwin in 1978. Since then, he has sold over 3,000 ovens up through 2011. The solar panel cooker incorporates a sturdy framework with a swivel base to allow positioning towards the sun. The central cooking chamber has a small fan to assist distributing the heat evenly.

Sam was trained as a carpenter before he began production. Now, as of 2013 (at the age of 89), he found a partner to produce and distribute the cookers.

Audio and videoEdit

External linksEdit

See alsoEdit

ContactEdit

See Solar Chef International.

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