Anyone know Radius No.113/36 burner or photo

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  1. Tantra

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    BC5FF712-856A-4EF1-ABF6-5EAF84774FEF.jpeg what stove are they use for
     
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    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.”

    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/radius-pricker-question.43028

    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.

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    Kerophile.
     
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    B090CF37-CFB3-4D45-B431-CB920318583D.jpeg Please check it
    I guess that’s 113/36
    Otherwise,what is that burner
     
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    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....

    Best Regards,
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    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
     
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    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.