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Discussion in 'France' started by Lampenkueche, May 8, 2016.

  1. Lampenkueche Germany

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    Just arrived a Gas Burner from France. Got a new Seal in the Pilot-Flame and the Gas Connector was modified a little bit.

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    Everything looks OK and so I give him Propane with 1,5 bar Pressure and Light it up. Wow - thats nice Stuff for my Kitchen.

    Cheers Peter
     
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    presscall United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Excellent, Peter.

    I recall a few of us spotted that up for sale as a mystery burner and it's a real pleasure to see the video as a result of your effort getting it to work.

    Although aesthetically an eye-catcher, it's actually a really functional and obviously effective burner.

    John
     
  3. Wim

    Wim Belgium Subscriber

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    Hi Peter, looks like this is a hot one!:lol: Are you sure propane is the correct type of gas for it? It seems to over power the burner. Can you regulate the funnel-like valve just behind the valve block? If you can open it a bit more the flame at full power will get more air. It looks like this burner can easily be used for a big wok! The pilot on it's own looks capable to get a kettle to boil:D/. Nice score, congrats!

    ATB,

    Wim
     
  4. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Hi, looks rather like a butane fuel stove running on propane. Those yellow flames indicate a fuel rich mixture almost as soon as you increase power. The flame pattern at the low power setting look to be a perfect atmospheric blue, and quite powerful enough for most purposes.

    Good looking burner/stove
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    geeves New Zealand Subscriber

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    Its probably jetted for a domestic supply ie mostly methane
     
  6. Lampenkueche Germany

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    Propane is the chepest what I can get here, but in France its almost Butane. The Burner stands
    under the Blow-Lamp-Section, so maybe it is for an glowing Oven or something else.

    In my Kitchen its a hot Fireplace...

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    Playing with an other Cam Mode...

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    Pot Stand is from the small 15 L BVB and the Coffee Water boils in Seconds. :-))

    Cheers Peter
     
  7. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom Subscriber

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    The flame pattern from the multiple burners is almost jewel like.
    A beautiful display, and obviousy very powerful.
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  8. Lampenkueche Germany

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    Yes looking the Flame is great and the Temp in the Room is rising. Puting a handfull of white Bacon in the Pan
    and roasting some Sparerips.

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  9. Wim

    Wim Belgium Subscriber

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    I see you like the Turck steel frying pan, it is my favourite for living history use! Very good quality.

    Best regards,

    Wim
     
  10. Doug L

    Doug L United States Subscriber

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    Wow that vid was impressive.
    Yes I remember seeing one here titled What Is It ?