German Stove Photo Shoot 5-21 Feb 2010

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  1. DAVE GIBSON

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    OK..my turn..the 9061 of mine has a bad NRV so there is no use to bring that out :(
    however my trusty Turm Sport has been put to good use melting wax for fire lighters.i can't fire up a gas or kero stove in the basement so the alcohol burning Turm works great for indoor use.when i was making wine i had it going down there and here it is again :D
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  2. kablamachunk

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    Turms are very interesting stoves..i notice a disk shape with slates that goes into the case...is this a handle?...havnt seen the unbiqutous petromax 100 so here is a pic...mine has a compromised flame at the moment: not sure what washers go where on this one...k

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  3. kerophile

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    Hi k etc. Which washers are you unsure about on your very nice Petromax stove?

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  4. kablamachunk

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    cheers Kero, i have a metallic looking washer and it got wet and dissolved...where does that kind of washer go?...i thought there might be a screen in the riser but i was told there is not...so i am not sure where and what washers go in the riser tube situation...the filler cap washer is convexed(is that normal?)... ..i am still making a list of parts and washers i want to purchase(still interested in ur primus #5S:or silent cap)...this petromax 100 flame is blue/yellow/white and looses pressure slowly...however i still use it to make coffee in the pot pictured(its sooting the bottom(what does this mean?)...i just wud like to get a nice big blue flame outta this stove...tnx gentlmnen for ur posts/responses and thanks for the german intsruction trnaslation...k-chunk
     
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    Left to right at the back Norma G421, Norma E14, Effekt 15, Turm 39 Turm 36, Bat.

    Left to right at the front Desca, Norma 52, Norma G21, Norma III, Enders 6093(? I think :oops: ) (Oops that ones not German) Turm 144, Turm 144, Juwel, Turm 38, No name.
    I'll post flame shots soon. ;)

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  6. Spiritburner

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    Seal it with a good polish such as Simoniz & love it the way it is! ;)
     
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  7. ArchMc

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    Actually no, though that would be good too. We saved the onions and garlic to cook with the collard greens and snow peas. The squash was rolled in a mix of corn meal and flour and sauteed in olive oil.

    You should have been there, Steve!
    ....Arch
     
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  8. kablamachunk

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    i will do just that...thanks..k
     
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  9. kablamachunk

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    the riser fitting is beveled so does that mean no washer is necessary?...i think there is a lead washer in there i am going to remove...i have looked for instructions for a petromax 100 and cant find the location...am i missing the link..k

    sri ..abt format.. still trying to figure out qoutes
     
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    Hi
    This is my one and only German stove (note to self buy more German stoves).
    A Juwel, not sure what model it is.

    Here it is soon after purchase and following open pump surgery. Next to a ropey 210 to give an idea of size.

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    Here it is today making an after dinner coffee.

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    The flame ring isn't original but borrowed from an Optimus 00.

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    This one of my favourite stoves, it lives in my fettling shed making brews.
    It always self starts if you prime with the airscrew closed and it will boil the kettle quickly on just two pumps. :lol:
     
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  11. kablamachunk

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    holds pressure now: still the flame is compromised....i have replaced and added washers everywhere and cant get this thing blue..k

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    beautiful juwel!!! great flame!!
     
  13. kerophile

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    Hi k etc. Your Petromax 100 should have a soft lead washer in the tank top where the riser/burner assembly screws in. There should be two heat-proof washers on the riser-to-burner head joint, one below and the other above the spirit-cup.

    If you are losing pressure in the tank, it is likely to be an air leak rather than a kero leak,or you would have spotted it. The most likely place to lose air pressure is via the seal on the filler cap. This should be soft enough to seal the joint on normal tightening of the cap. Make a new one from Nitrile sheet. In your case the air leak could also be be from the tank to riser joint if the lead seal is absent or faulty.

    Your flame pattern is poor. It looks to be a fuel-rich flame colour and I suggest you fit a new jet.

    You have a really nice stove and it would be good to get it performing well.

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  14. Matukat

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    Well, I was going to cook on the 9061 and the Turm Sport. Got the tank filled up and discovered that the pump leather for the 9061 has dried out while sitting around....
    So, here are pics of the two and, Thanks to PSHAW! a HAGGIS simmering on the Turm Sport-

    Thanks again Pat!!

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    Had filled the tank on the Enders and then tried to pump 'er up... OOPS!! ;) :lol:
     
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    Hi, I have an Aida No.100 which came to me as a "partial stove" from a kind friend in the Netherlands a couple of years ago.

    This stove lacked an NRV and legs, but the rest was all there, although the roarer burner was bent and the gallery for its flame-ring was detached.

    I ran the stove soon after I received it after fitting a silent burner:

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    Yesterday I eventually got around to fettling its Aida roarer burner and today I fired up the stove for my afternoon tea:

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    Recently a CCS member was asking about the tank-to-riser tube fitting on a Petromax No.100 stove.
    I believe that the Petromax is a sister stove to this Aida, so I took some photos showing the lead washer used to achieve a gas-tight seal:


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    This is a well-made poweful stove. Thanks again to Jan-Willem for a thoughtful gift.

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    George
    Nicer than a very nice thing that's been to niceness college. 8)
     
  17. kerophile

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    Thanks Gary, I find it great when you can get an old stove or burner going again!


    Hi kablamachunk. I checked the dimensions of the soft lead washer which is fitted in the tank-to-riser tube joint. It is 18mm OD x 11mm ID x 2mm thick.

    Hope this helps.

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    Hmmmmm. Let's see. What hasn't been posted by others?

    AH! Here are a couple. So, let's make some Turkish coffee!

    Desca two burner kicks it off.
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    An Enders 100 (already in the Stove Reference Gallery). Sporting a Primus #4010 silent cap. It came without it's roarer plate.
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    Add a kerophile trivet and finish the Turkish over on the Enders.
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    Mmm-mmm good!

    A big thanks to hydro451 for the Desca and to kerophile for the trivet and lovely copper briki. Kind and generous gentlemen both. :clap:

    Best,
    Gary
     
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    Ooooh! I LIKE that Desca! How wide is it? 14 inches? (my guess) Did they come with a carry case/handle? Very nice, both stoves!


    Edit- May I ask, do you buy "turkish coffee" or do you re-grind a regular coffee?
     
  20. kerophile

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    Hi Randy, the Turks do not grow any coffee, as far as I know, but they do roast and grind it in a particular way. I think they use Arabica type coffees, with a medium to high roast. They then grind very fine indeed.

    If you pick a good quality Arabica coffee, medium roast, and then ask the seller to provide a "Turkish" grind, that should do the trick.
    Later, I will scan and post the leaflet, with instructions for Turkish coffee making, which I received last year from one of the most famous coffee makers in Istambul

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.