No, CO2 as it's heavier than air while CO is lighter AND as I wrote CO2 will ALWAYS be produced where there is combustion using oxygen, (or a...
I have a candle lantern for emergency heating(sitting under emergency blanket or poncho) but also for CO2 detection, placed at the bottom of the...
do you have a link?
Be aware that the cartridges have been out of production for a long time. I have however been able to refill it when sitting in the stove.
I would never do that. It's too risky. The cans are not made for that pressure and on top of that, they are not made for reuse, so might get...
"Try one rinse with acetone instead. Gasoline is not miscible in denatured alcohol but it is in acetone. Acetone also evaporates quickly cutting...
When I go camping in my car, I have a Markill Stormy with gas burner and permanently a Swedish Army stove with spirit burner, for a quiet cup of...
You can get Hammerite on a spray can.
You can also get stove enamel, for high temperatures, on spray cans, but not many colours to choose from
I made this refill adapter from a chinese adapter and a rubberhose.[IMG]
Polish, so you get the dark and green spots removed, then just leave. No lacquer. After some months it will get a bit darker and within years a...
A danish guy built a leather case for his Trangia.
I bought this Primus CampFire Griddle plate. It's the best toaster I've had. It takes a bit longer to heat up but then the heat is distributed...
It's difficult to differ between the rust and cleaned metal in photo. Both are dark.
Where did you do that?
Here is a kind of rare flameshot, as the gas canisters went out of production many years ago. I have filled the canister in situ, through the jet....
FYI: Ooops, I just found a photo from my earlier research and the canister is NOT a GT 106 used in the Rechaud Bleuet.
I'll just continue with my refill contraption.
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Spot on, that's the one. Are you selling a few?
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