Enders 9060 D

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  1. kerophile

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    Hi here are some photos of my Enders 9060D petrol-fuelled stove:

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    Nice burner shot! A very good looking stove. It looks very solid.
     
  3. RonPH

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    Hey Kerophile, I still am clueless as to the case size. Is is larger than the 111? What are the dimensions if you dont mind. Weighwise too.

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    Hi Ron, I have consulted the Catalogues for you:

    The Enders 9060D:

    Case Size = 21.5 x 19 x 8.5cm or approx 8.5 x 7.5 x 3.5 inches

    Weight = 1.6kg or 3.5 pounds

    Tank Capacity = 0.33 litres or around 12 fl oz.

    Burn time per tank about 2 hours.

    I would estimate max power at approx. 3kW or 10,000 BTU/hr from the Manufacturers figures.

    Optimus 111C:

    Case Size = 18 x 18 x 10.5 cm. or approx 7.1in x 7.1in x 4.1in

    Weight = 1.64Kg or 3.61 pounds

    Tank Capacity = 0.35litres or 12 fl oz.

    Burn time per tank about 2 hrs at high output.

    Power Output given as 3kW or 10,236 BTU/hr

    Trust this helps,
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    Kerophile.
     
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  5. RonPH

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    Hey Kero, thanks, that gives me a perspective of the Enders 9060. And its just as heavy as the 111.

    Cheers

    Ron
     
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    Hi, another day of the lock-down and an opportunity to dig out some of one’s stoves to check they are OK and still performing as designed.
    Here are some images of my Enders 9060D on coffee duty this morning.

    Best Regards,
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