Discussion in 'Ernst Hãhnel' started by dusan, Nov 30, 2014.
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Wonderfull stoves, in beautiful condition.You must be very pleased to have them. The maker is a new name to me. Are they spirit fueled, and are the spheres the fuel tanks. As you may understand I am new too liquid fuel stoves and have much to learn. Thank you for posting them, enjoy and treasure them. Alan.
Who was doing the steel frame pressings?
Another '38' variant, did Turm own the pressing plant or was someone else just supplying a Type xyz frame to the German spirit stove market?
The maker is Ernst Haehnel,Heidersdorf,Germany,pre WW2.You have not see name of section (G/E.H.).
Effekt is name of all alcohol gravity stoves from
this maker and Perfektus for other fuels.
Looking at the various examples from Hãhnel, Barthel (Juwel, Norma), Turm and others in the Stove Reference Gallery and Ref Library Catalogues there are sufficient differences in design to suggest that the various makers made their own pressed steel frames as opposed to contracting out the manufacture to a specialist.
I'd have thought that a press for sheet steel would be a must-have machine for a stove manufacturer and setting up the required dies for spirit stove frames wouldn't be a significant outlay compared to sending the work out.
Hello is there a howe to start a effekt 0 video ? samwere ?
Sorry bad Engels do my best.
First part of this quote give general instructions.
similar stove start-up
Welcome @Marek . Nice stove
I would like to know more about Effekt 0. I did not find a year when it was made or where can anybody help?
Thanks! Maybe you know some details about that stove? I will be very thankful!
I don't know why I post something and it always disappear.. Ahhh. So once again! Does anybody know the year when and where was made my Effekt 0?
Im really curious to hear any infos about it!
Thanks a lot!
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