Bardeau SECIP Model 25 B

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  1. z1ulike

    z1ulike United States SotM Winner Subscriber

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    The grate is cast iron and has a small crack
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    The badge on the side of the stove.
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    The windshield is attached to the burner and swings open and closed on a hinge.
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    There is no preheat cup for alcohol.
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    When the handle is in the up position it forces a cleaning needle into the jet.
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    You can see the needle protruding the jet.
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    Fill cap with air release on top.
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    There is a round piece of metal soldered to the tank. Perhaps a repair.
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    The pump knob is very unusual. It is screwed in place but not attached to the pump rod.
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    To pump the stove you have to remove the knob turn it over and screw it onto the pump rod. Here the knob is unscrewed and you can see the pump rod.
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    To operate it you have to turn the knob over and screw it to the pump rod.
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    The inner burner cap.
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    The inner and outer burner caps.
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    Ben
     
  2. MrAlexxx

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    You have some cool stoves.

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  3. z1ulike

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    I see there are a couple of domestic stoves by the same manufacturer in the gallery posted by @Trojandog here and @optipri here.

    Ben
     
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    Wow, very unusual. Cool find.
     
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    Very cool. Thanks for sharing Ben
     
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    Hi @z1ulike. BEWARE !

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    Gaz de Petrole is Gas-oil or a Kerosene- like petroleum fraction NOT Gasoline.

    This stove is designed for kerosene not gasoline!

    Earlier discussion:

    Mirus Gaz Bleu

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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  7. Conny C

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    Hi Ben @z1ulike

    Nice and rare stove! I think it is the Bardeau Secip Model 25 B stove.
    Attached an image from the 1926 Bardeau catalogue!
    By the look and shape of the tank, probably an earlier example.
    As Kerophile says - a kerosene fed stove!


    /Conny

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  8. z1ulike

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    Thanks for setting me straight and heading off a conflagration! The lack of a preheat cup threw me off. There must have been an external wick that you'd place on the flat disc below the burner. Like this Tilly preheater.

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    Or the one that came with another french stove I forgot I had. I'll have to find it and try it out.

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    @Conny C I think you're right about the model. There is nothing stamped in the space for the model on the badge but it certainly resembles that catalog picture. Thanks for tracking that down.

    Ben
     
  9. ArchMc

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    You should post that catalog page in the Stove Reference Library.

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    @Conny C Please post the entire catalog in the Stove Reference Library. I've seen pages of it in other posts but they'd be much easier to find and reference if they were in the library.

    Ben
     
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    z1ulike United States SotM Winner Subscriber

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    @Conny C Wow that was quick. It looks great, clear and easy to read.

    Thanks,
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    Thank you. That's great!

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