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JWALA Stoves


We are the manufacturers of JWALA new generation cooking stoves, which can be used to replace the conventional LPG cooking system that is generally used in Corporate hostels, Hospitals, Restaurants, Jails, Function Halls, Caterers, Base Kitchen etc.

JWALA stoves are incorporated with a patented whirling flame mechanism, reduce the fuel cost up to 70% as compared to Indian commercial LPG provider in the Local market and reduce cost and most economical factors with environment friendly.

For Economic comparison table over LPG cylinder please visit our web site www.jwalafuel.com

These stoves are advantageous over any other biomass cook stoves with continuous feeding system and briquette consumption which are available nation wide.

  • Eco Friendly
  • Economical
  • Energy Saving
  • Green Energy
  • Saving Forest
  • Saving Nature
Type Whirling flame stove / Eco-friendly Chula
Type of Fuel Biomass briquettes
Size of briquette 60 mm dia to 90mm dia , length upto 75 mm
Consumption of Fuel /Hr. 3.5 - 4 kgs of Briquettes
Maximum vessel Weight 50 kgs.
Total dimensions of the stove W x B x H = 450 x 650 x 600 ( With top rest)
W x B x H = 450 x 650 x 450 ( Without top rest)
Inner shell Stainless steel
Outer shell Insulated , covered with SS sheet
Ash removal At the bottom, rotary open/ close type.
Briquette Feeding Through top rest door as and when required
Total Net Weight Including top rest 48 kg.
Total Net Weight without Top Rest 35kg.
Battery discharge time 6-7 hrs ( Full charged)
Battery Rechargeable with AC input
AXIAL Blower Details :
Power D C with battery back up
Wattage 5 Watts.
Air inflow Adjustable with regulator
Size of the blower opening 120 x 120 sq. mm

Attachments :

-  Battery back up with inverter to convert the AC into DC
-  Charger cable
-  Axial fan with connector cable

Do's and Don’t’s for Maintenance of the Stove :

  • Never use water to extinguish fire.
  • Never stop blower while briquettes are on fire. Otherwise heat travels to the blower and blower gets burnt.
  • Shake the bottom handle to drop the ash.
  • While shaking the bottom handle, switch off the blower to avoid sparkles.
  • Feed the briquettes after shaking the ash and stopping the blower to avoid the sparkles.
  • Clean the stove with wet/dry cloth before the start.
  • Never keep any flammable items near the stove.
  • Never pull the cable of the blower to shift the stove.
  • Keep proper earthing for the stove.
  • Use only the good compacted briquettes to have better efficiency.

Contact Us

Mr. Anil Kumar
Jwala Fuel Technologies pvt ltd.
No. 7 - 1 - 1/ C, Phool Bagh, Ferozguda, Bowenpally,
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh - 500 011, India
Telephone: +(91)-(40)-27752820
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