How capable is our new concentrated solar thermal Agni-69?

How capable is our new concentrated solar thermal Agni-69?

We have been the primary solar promoters for the last ten years. We are constantly working to make India cleaner and greener by investing more in renewables. As the world’s population grows, so does the demand for fossil fuels. To meet this demand, the old technology in the solar industry, known as scheffler dishes which is a concentrated solar thermal, is no longer adequate. As a result, we at ars have been conducting research to develop the most advanced concentrated solar thermal  that can keep up with the times and deliver excellent results to the world.


After many days of research and development we came up with our new advance technology AGNI-69. AGNi-69 is a concentrated solar thermal which generate generate steam/hot water at the required temperatures, with very high efficiency rate, It works on the principle of a point concentrator. Agni 69 is a dish with multiple mirrors in a 69 square metre area, thus it is named as AGNI-69. The purpose of all those mirrors is to reflect the sun’s rays and focus them on one point which is called receiver.

 Due to high concentration of solar rays at the receiver, heat is generated, and the temperature at the receiver rises to about 600 to 700 degrees Celsius.

after it reaches the required temperature, water is passed through it. As we know, the boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius, so when it passes through 700 degrees it gets converted to super-heated steam. 

 Then the super-heated steam is passed and stored in a storage vessel, from where it can be supplied to do multiple things.


The first and most important benefit is the replacement of fossil fuel in the boiler, and because it uses renewable energy, our environment is not harmed.

It is currently one of the most advanced concentrated solar thermal systems on the market. In comparison to the old cst system, this can produce significantly more steam.

It is auto trackable, meaning that it automatically tracks the direction of the sun and adjusts each of its mirrors to provide the best results at all times.

It automatically calculates and displays the amount of carbon saved directly on the phone.

It comes with a 3 years ROI and ensures maximum financial savings wherever it is installed.


It can be used in factories instead of boilers to provide the same temperature and result in a more efficient manner.

It can be used for process heating where high temperatures are required and fossil fuel is used, which our concentrated solar thermal AGNI 69 can easily replace.

It can also be used for process cooling in cold storage and other locations, and it can keep the temperature cool in the area.

The most important feature of our concentrated solar thermal agni 69 is that it can be used to prepare meals in community kitchens by supplying very high temperature concentrated steam can it is the straight replacement of lpg.

How Agni-69 can replace LPG in the community kitchens?

A significant share of overall food preparation in an institutional kitchen requires boiling of raw food grains (such as rice, lentils, vegetables, etc.,) in water and hence solar thermal solutions are relatively more suitable for such type of cooking.

The most important aspect of community cooking is the efficiency and quickness with which food is prepared. When using fossil fuels, the speed of cooking is very slow, and the number of meals to be prepared is higher; however, when our system is installed in community kitchens, super heated pressurised steam is sent into the kitchen, which is at 400 degrees, and the speed of preparing meals doubles, and the efficiency of the kitchen increases.

Our agni 69 system is incredibly efficient and can generate steam at a high level of efficiency. Every one of our customers is pleased with the production and steam produced by this system. The use of fossil fuels in institutional or community cooking is not only expensive but also harmful, but when we talk about our system, it not only is more capable but also gives the ROI in 3 years and then operates completely free for the next 15 years.

Currently heat/steam generation is mostly accomplished through the use of fuels such as LPG, Diesel, furnace oil, or electricity, all of which are becoming expensive and scarce day by day. Solar thermal cooking systems are efficient and hygienic for community cooking like residential hostels, industrial/institutional canteens, religious places, community centres, etc. Use of solar energy also endows the user with a clean and environment- friendly reputation.

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