Thank you very much for the spec sheet and manual. I am still in the early stages of determining the best method and kiln that can be used in my conditions. Once I try something I will let you know. Best regards


All very clear and well produced…many thanks for sharing this and you’ve done a good job!


Hi, thank you very much for the Portable kiln plans. Regards


Thanks so much for your prompt response to my order request. We bought our Envirofit CH-5200 “stofie” 2 years ago in Kilwa, Tanzania and it is still going strong. I cannot camp without it, it’s the best thing ever! I have ordered one for a friend, and a spare one for me in the event of an emergency!


I have done approximately four loads to date and have recovered 24 (x50 kg) maize bags from three burns. I weighed one bag and got 13.5 kg, the fourth load is in the kiln now. I therefore get about 108 kg charcoal per burn…


Honestly I cannot recall the last time I felt quite so inspired and excited to incorporate a technology into my life. I look forward to a more sustainable and sensible future for the youth of today, due in large part to innovators such as yourself. Respect!

My husband is so impressed with his EcoZoom that we received last month – I had to buy another one! Now he can do all his cooking outside. We also have a Cobb, but it is a pain to clean and the EcoZoom works just as well and is easier to clean. So thanks for a great product.
My little EcoZoom works like a bomb. I use mine once a week. It takes about 30 minutes to heat up. Once it is hot it cooks beautifully with hardly any flame, just glowing wood/charcoal. It uses hardly any wood, so it produces very little smoke. It would save people who cook on paraffin a lot of money. It can be used for potjie cooking, pot bread in a Dutch oven, or for stir fry with a wok. It is very versatile. Cleaning? What cleaning. I don’t bother emptying any ash because there is so little.