Does anyone know why Coleman refers to the vaporizer in their stoves and lanterns as a "generator"? I own and have used and have fettled on numerous Coleman stoves and lanterns (a dozen; I lose count) and two Svea 123s over the years (5 decades). As far as I can tell, the "generator" in any of their appliances is merely a vaporizer. Yes, in Coleman stoves, their "generator" may contain a wire coil surrounding the lengthy rod with the pricker at the end. But why the unusual name? Does the name suggest that this part (exposed to the burner flame) does anything more than just convert the liquid fuel into a vapor?