Gustav Barthel Neupallad Stove

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  1. dave

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    Greatly appreciate any information.
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  2. 1966dave

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    Looks like a bunsen burner that doubles as a stove...kinda neat...I like it. Other than that, I have no idea.


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    Hi Dave, I have never seen one of these Barthel lamps before but it looks similar to the British "Lamb" stoves produced by John Shaw and Sons (JS&S):

    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/7078

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    Hi the original Pallad burner is shown on Page 6 of this catalogue. It was a spirit/alcohol burner:

    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/10766


    Yours is a "new" Pallad but if you are planning to try it use meths first for the fuel.

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    G'day mate, thanks for your reply. I used your advice and lit it up with spirits, worked well. Only difference from your photos is mine hasn't any release valve or flame adjustment. The burner has about a 1mm dia hole on a hex screw, maybe could have had replacement screws with sm or larger dia for different flames?.Maybe an earlier model?. Also uploaded some new photos.
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    Hi. It's good to know the history of the lamb lamp. It's still in great condition. Also Makes me realise how good I had it at school.
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    Hi Dave you have added some good pictures of a laboratory burner working very well. Your burner would have had the same function as my Lamb burner/stove.
    The Lamb is also self pressurising, has a fixed jet, and no separate air-release screw. Because it was used with petrol as fuel, the flame was likely blown out, or smothered , to ensure there was no source of ignition, before the filler cap was opened to release tank pressure and stop fuel flow.
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    Hi! Today i found the equal "bunsen burner" sadly without the pot rest in the first treat shown. Just needed a new gasket for the filler cap. After pre heating it sounds great but don't lit up. Only with the lighter flame on it or when i close the long hole it burns nice and blue. In every case a nice powerful burner.

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