Coleman Denali Stove

Discussion in 'Denali' started by teckguy_58, Feb 19, 2017.

  1. teckguy_58

    teckguy_58 United States Subscriber

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    Hi,

    I have a Coleman Denali Stove. The stove will run on several fuels. I did fire it on canister fuel using the adapter provided. The stove has not been altered in any way other then trying a silent cap on it and with very good results.
    The canister fuels I used were butane/propane mix, propane and straight butane. I did discover the Denali stove really doesn't simmer very well, but if one will use both valves, the control valve on the stove and the control valve on the adapter, one can get a very nice simmer out of this stove. I wouldn't recommend using straight butane due to it just doesn't have the output of the other two fuels. The adapter for this stove is setup for the butane/propane mix, but with the adapter for straight butane and the adapter for propane one can use these fuels also.
    The OmniPup Silent cap from BernieDawg is a very good candidate for the Denali stove and works quite well.

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    When I get a little more time I will update this with some pictures of the stove running on Coleman fuel and Kerosene. Well at least the say it will run on Kerosene.

    Cheers,
    Norman
     
  2. kerry460

    kerry460 Australia Subscriber

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    G,,day mate .
    i have no doubt that you will find out about the kerosene situation .
    cheers
    kerry
     
  3. Big Si

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    Nice one as normal Norman, love the flame pattern on the silent damper.
    Si