Help me identify this stove...

Discussion in 'Mystery Stoves' started by Tony Press, Mar 22, 2014.

  1. Tony Press

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    It is a small 'table' stove. the only identifying marks are on the burner.

    It has a small roarer SVEA burner with "SVEA/CBEA"

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  2. Tony Press

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    Woops! I didn't mean to post this in here. Sorry: I meant it to go in the "Stove Forum"... I was not paying attention, obviously.

    Mods: Can this be moved, please?

    Tony
     
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    You did post it in the Stove Forum, Tony. I moved it here where it seemed more appropriate.

    Once it's fully identified then it can be moved to the correct place in the SRG...
     
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    No worries... thanks.
     
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    I have no idea why, but the tank doesn't look right. I wonder if this is some sort of DIY setup?

    Just my 2d worth. I may we way off. Probably am.

    Terry
     
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    The tank has all the hallmarks of a small stove: it even has the spot in the top where the riser would be drilled. It could have been an "00" or "96" tank.

    It is far to well constructed to look like a home made job to me.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
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    Could it not be an Australian made Companion stove? They used SVEA parts.

    Best regards,

    Wim
     
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    If you find yourself a Hasag burner, you will have a complete 00P
     
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    Looks correct, Iani. It appears to be the same stove that Motoshi posted here:

    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/7094

    I assume it was fitted with a SVEA burner later.

    The alternative explanation is a Companion clone, but I've seen no record of such.

    Tentatively, then, a Hasag 00P.

    I'll clean it up, get it running, and post pics.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
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    Hi Toni, yes it certainly looks like a Hasag with the burner replaced at some time.

    Does it have 'HASAG' stamped at the end of the pump tube like the one in Motoshi's photo?
     
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    Tony

    The weak point on this stove is the feeder tube at the tank end - its only lead soldered in, there is no internal fixing - just be careful when taking the burner off.
     
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    No Hasag on the pump... But it has the same pump cap pattern (which I've not seen in Companion)...