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  1. Anders brunzell Sweden

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    Hello from sweden. I have a guestion about an older gas stove.
    Cant find anything about it, nothing on the stove either.

    But on the Burner it says DG. Just "DG" and the letters is togheter like the shoe company DC. its rusty and looks very old.

    Any one know the DG brand?

    Thanks
     
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  3. Anders brunzell Sweden

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    Sorry.

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    I’m sorry Anders, I don’t recognise that one. ‘Propan’ and ‘Butan’ I think I see on the burner cap. Polish names for those gases?

    John
     
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    Propan and butan is the Swedish names for the gasses that we use for these appliances (often just called Gasol), so possibly a Swedish burner.
    But it's butan and propan with that spelling in other languages too, of course.
     
  6. Anders brunzell Sweden

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    Here a pic of all. Curious what it is. Thanks for help guys.

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    imo it is not from Poland
     
  8. Lennart F Norway

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    Seems to be made in Frederikssund, Denmark.
     
  9. Anders brunzell Sweden

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    Yes maybe thats where it comes from.
     
  10. Anders brunzell Sweden

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    I found this DG on a sievert burner. Can it be an old sievert stove?

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  11. Lennart F Norway

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    The style is related to many Primus-Sievert products at the time when they merged into one company.