Hasag blue flame stove

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  1. TommiL

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    Hi,

    Just astonished how powerful a non-pressurised stove actually can be... Once heated up, this really goes hot.

    Nice piece of engineering (from 60's I guess) in its own way.
    IMG_20201123_225313.jpg IMG_20201123_224450.jpg

    Haven't cleaned it up yet, something to do during the winter months.

    Btw: I've seen green one as well, just wondering are there more colours produced than red and green?

    Cheers!
     
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    Very similar to the Lanes Thermil Blue Flame Aussie Made Kero Stove
    They certainly pump out the heat once they warm up ,for a non pressure stove .
    Also almost no smell when the wick is trimmed correctly.I think the lanes are 1940-50 vintage
    but not really sure .
    Cheers Mike
     
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    Cool stove man, congrats.
     
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    It looks in good condition, TommiL :thumbup:
    Yes, they do pump out a lot of heat when needed, but are also very good for a long slow cooked stew. =P~
     
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    Hello.
    I love your Hasag stove. I have one in green but need a wick carrier for it.
    Do you have information on where to buy such one.
    If it's not too much trouble I would very much like a picture of your wick carrier.
    Tom
     
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    Wickies although they lack initial punch are the answer to long, long, silent simmering.
    They really excel at this.

    Alec.
     
  9. TommiL

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    Hi,
    Would these pictures provide the info you are looking for?
    -tommi

    Hasag_wick3.jpg Hasag_wick2.jpg Hasag_wick1.jpg
     
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    Thank you very much.

    Tom
     
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    Hello.
    DO YOU KNOW IF I CAN BUY WICK CARRIER IN FINLAND

    TOM
     
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    I haven't seen any. In case something pops up, I'll let you know.

    -tommi
     
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    Thank you very much. I really appreciate your helpfulness
    Tom