When I replaced my Apex hose, featured in THIS post I found that too long a replacement hose messed up the Apex’s instant-start feature,...
That was my initial thought too. There’s heat-shielding, true, but the discolouration due to heat of the base of the channel beneath the pot rest...
Thanks for the replies @gieorgijewski @Robert Radcliffe
Thanks for posting the details Robert.
So, a regulated silent burner resembling that on a Phoebus 625 rather than a...
My apologies! I didn’t pick up on your question when you posted it and that’s over a year ago.
Well yes, the Fyrestorm is a very effective stove...
Thanks for alerting me to this Bastian. It’s interesting to see the differences.
Good to have the original burner and pan ring.
The fuel/air inlet is out of sight, out of mind too often because it’s buried in the tank and requires removal of the valve head to service it....
No call for such in the UK, where the gas cartridges for those later generation Camping Gas products are readily available.
It got my vote as a example that had evidently been issued and used.
The Ronson connector, making a seal with a hollow needle (hypodermic-style) serving as the stove valve inlet.
A bracket clamped on...
Only the Ronson gas cartridge. They’re obsolete, no longer available, but you may find some unused examples on car boot sales or online...
Yes indeed. Let us know how you get on.
I’ve just now fired up my Borde to remind myself of its combustion characteristics.
As a self-pressurising stove it needs to...
@cottage hill bill is referring to THIS repair of a Borde.
Flame at high heat ...
... and simmer
A Borde’s mode of operation, with quite a large bore jet and a tapered needle that together create a variable jet outlet suggests...
Early Trangia 25 - burner mounted in the top part of the windshield.
In the Stove Reference Gallery HERE.
Date 1974 do I see on the mounting tab?
The ‘black’ washer you refer to is made of lead I think? ‘96’ stoves didn’t tend to have a washer fitted there but in my experience they present...
Glad to hear no-one was injured.
Do you mean the jet nipple, since that’s in the schematic drawing you’ve attached?
Maybe you mean the component...
Source in the UK HERE.
In THIS post I restored a German made Champion brand wick stove and compared it with the Flamme Bleue No.2...
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