Enders No:100/9068

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  1. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Hi, here are some photos of the stove I have been working on this week. It is an Enders No. 100, a 1.75 pint, collapsible, brass stove, fuelled with paraffin, and capable of operating in either roarer or silent mode.
    It is somewhat rare for an Enders as the majority of their stoves were cased and gasoline powered:

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    You will see that the burner is fitted with a rather neat "igniter" fed from the spirit cup.

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    The quality of the engraving on this stove is very good and easily equal to that on Swedish stoves of this era.


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    I never realised before that ENDERS used Palm Trees as a Trade Mark.

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    This model of stove was obviously intended for world-wide marketing as evidenced by the range of languages used on the tank:

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    The general quality of construction is excellent, as can be seen from these tank fittings:

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    Here is a shot of the burner fitted with the optional flame plate which allows this No. 100 stove to operate in "roarer" mode:

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    Finally some close-ups of the silent "damper", which is fitted to the stove when a silent burner is desired:

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    These silent dampers are frequently lost from vintage stoves, so this Enders No 100 has done well to hold onto its fittings since approximately 1959.

    I hope you enjoyed seeing these photos of this rather unusual German stove.

    I should say that I have the spanner, a jet-pricker and pan-holder, although I have not included them in these shots.

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
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  2. kerophile

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    Hi, This is a follow-on from an earlier post on this Enders 100 stove:

    I now have the pan-holder restored so thought I would add some further shots demonstrating that this stove is a collapsible model.

    These are all the pieces that would have been stored in the Enders box:
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    Here is the stove assembled, with pan-holder in place:

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    You can see that Enders marked up their pan holders nicely

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    Hi, a few months ago I managed to acquire the correct box for my Enders No.100 stove. Here are some photos of the box:

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    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    Lovely condition George :thumbup:
    The perfect finishing touch :)
     
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    I just got an Enders 100 that needs a little bit of restoration. I don't know the year of fabrication, I don't even know how to find it. It needs a new silent burner because the old one is eaten by the flame. Someone can tell me please where can I find a silent burner for that one? In fact I only need the bottom part of the silent burner, the cap is still in good condition.
     
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    Hi @Godehart .

    Enders did not date their stoves. The No.100 model appears in their 1950s/1960s catalogues:

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    Spare parts for these stoves are not generally available, particularly silent dampers ( the silent module which replaces the flame plate when silent operation is required).

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    Kerophile.
     
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    For information:

    Enders also made a "smaller" cased outfit model 100, that is the same Palmtree stove without a trivet (pot ring).

    The smaller set is designated as No.9100 and comes in a square box that measures 3 cm less in length and width than the bigger No.9068 box that does contain that trivet.

    Ref @Dutchmike in this post:

    Enders No. 9100

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    Thanks, I will start to work on it an I will post some pictures.