Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by gieorgijewski, Jan 6, 2015.
Part of any equipment ?
Not main - from auction service
Never seen one like this before! It looks like it is part of something bigger.
Any idea - what kinds of fuel?
By looks of the prime cup, fuel path, and pressure gauge: I'd try kero. first. But not before finding some kind of burner caps that will fit.
the stove looks to me like a stove for sterilisation.
The valve on the tank looks like an old bicycle one.
Could you make a test with pressure(max. 2 bar) on the tank to have a look what happens when you open the regulation shaft under water?
I beleave it is a alcohol stove - for kero the burnerheat is to small in my opinion.
this "stove" is not selled yet
its mean - iam not buy them yet.
I expect - more active fuel then kerosene
preheating in this construction - should be easy - as we see
but no pump
pressure meter as for kerosene
stove for sterilisation - i think this good direction - on the 2nd photo we see concentration important parts/manipulators
A stove posted here a couple of years ago under the name gloria was very similar. USA made
If you are thinking about https://classiccampstoves.com/posts/142122
I say - "my" constructions are very very simple...
Gloria showing solving of preheating kerosene
If you have a look at the filler cap, you should have the German Eagle with the acceptance stamp WaA136
There are 4 of these numbers that are around, which makes it very difficult to pin point the manufacturer, but it dates between 1931-41
Yes, you are right waffenamt no. should be...
I'll try to ask the seller.
Correction on date 1934 - 41
I think maybe R.Ehrhardt Pössneck is the maker of this stove.
Many stove manufacturers were still using wooden handles until I think 1936-7, went over to using the type of plastic that is on this stove - that rules out the first 3 manufacturers.
Its all vague, but I hope this helps
WaA136 Karl Ackva Bad Kreuznach 1934
WaA136 Hans Deuter Augsburg 1934
WaA136 cdg Auwaerter und Bu-beck Stuttgart 1934
WaA136 bdr R.Ehrhardt Pössneck (Thür.) 1941
Could You check
Maschinen u. Anlagenbau
and production of this firm...
Can't find any information based on the information that you have given unfortunately.
Perhaps Shagratork from IT could help
Did you buy the stove ?
As it has been identified as German the post should be moved into the German section of the SRG
No - I am not buy them...
I need keeps activity on Polish constructions or important for this area.
This stove is interesting but relations with price is not atractive.
I can add...
the fuel cap is ready to external pump conecting
The filler cap showing the German Eagle.
On the neck of the filler cap tube attached to the tank is stamped : *GF* and on the opposite side is stamped 1/2
On the smaller tube is stamped the same *GF* but 1/4
How much is the one shown up for sale for ?
I tend to say this runs on gasoline. Too big material for kero, that will never get enough heat and start spitting after short while.
Maybe it was used for preheating an engine or part within a field-kitchen.
Barthel nr 80 (?)
maybe it is part of a film-projector like this item:
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