Inowrocław type in action

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  1. gieorgijewski

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    Photo from after cleaning test
    Medium size
    compact
    vertical pump - removable with NRV
    strong power - 0,7 liter in 3 minutes
    easy start
    full power after circa 10 minutes - in my example

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    boiling water shows burner output

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    medium day light photo - shows power output...
    I think - a 1 liter canister could be need :)

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    Clever and powerful design. Love the stoves with regulated roarer burners and detachable pump tubes. Awesome.

    Enrique
     
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    Look - how main valve is powered...

    pot stand working as gas generator.
    There is no any direct connection - main valve - tank
     
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    Yeah, that's what I was thinking... Generator full of hot gas acting as a pot stand bearing the weigth. Would like to see some reinforcement there :-k
    Edit: Anyway, like very much the design.
    Enrique
     
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    In normal situation - all weight is bearing on two steel pipes vertical oriented. Steel is velded with steel generators.

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    Thats constructions is became from blowtorch.
    It is "hard to kill" and "fullproof"
     
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    Yeah, I suppose nobody is going to put a twelve liters caldron on it... I've got the idea. Anyway it's a clever design done over stampings and weldings making it very affordable.
    Hat off.
    Enrique
     
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    Very nice design - great catch my friend!
     
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    i make a test inowrocław vs 111
    maybe next week
     
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    after 2 years
    2 liters in 9 min
    "only" blue flame
     
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    @gieorgijewski
    Very interesting design.
    Robust enough no doubt, but could it be that there used to be a steel strut on each side reaching to the base?

    They seem to have been cut off at some time?

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  12. gieorgijewski

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    yes You are right
    You Can See - it is necessary in second design
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