Discussion in 'Stove Forum' started by Tantra, Aug 11, 2020.
what stove are they use for
Hi @Tantra. Christer has said:
“Radius were pretty consistent with placing the apparatus model number before the slash and the part number after it in their spare parts designations.”
So the catalogue picture above suggests that this burner design was used on Radius Stoves Nos: 10, 24, and113.
The burner spare part reference is 36.
Looking at the Radius catalogue from the 1950s:
There is no mention of any stove using burner 113/36
Burner 10/36 was also used on Radius Stoves Nos. 6, 22, 22L, 31, and 33.
Burner 24/36 was also used on Radius No.23
And Burner 250/36 was used on a Radius 250 range.
I have a Radius No.6 stove fitted with a regulated burner which I think is Burner 10/36:
Radius No.6 from 1940s.
Please check it
I guess that’s 113/36
Otherwise,what is that burner
The photo doesn’t allow you to see if there are vaporiser tubes and their arrangement. Do you have the burner or only these 2 photos?
The table you posted indicates that the Radius 113/36 has an overall height of 118mm
The overall height of the 24/36 is 91mm
The overall height of the 10/36 is 86 mm
Perhaps this will help in identifying the mystery regulated burner....
When Parcelforce arrives I will measure my burner
I am sorry I am too old,my hand is out of control and shaking if I am not drink alcohol
The burner in your photo looks like a regular size silent spirit burner while the description and parts list indicates that the 113/36 is a silent regulated kerosene burner with double output compared to Radius 10 and other classic domestic stoves and made to fit the big Radius 36 stove.
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