Juwel No.19

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  1. gieorgijewski

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    And some flame shots:
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    That was a special one!
     
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    An interesting design. It's In good condition @gieorgijewski ,
    Congratulations :thumbup:
     
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    Nice, What is the Idea behind this concept? To have 2 burners to warm up a big big pot. MAYBE ????
     
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    Interesting
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    Or perhaps better illustrated with the other Juwel 19 in this Gallery:
    Juwel No19



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    WoW,
    Was wondering what is inside the tube between the tank and burner? Is it a rolling screen in brass all the way or just one of one or two inches by the burner?
    Does it has a system to keep the tank warmer in operation or just pump here and there when is needed?
    On the other hand the heat reflection from the bottom of a pan is probably enought to keep it going.
    On the picture it seems to have a ball joint to lock the macanism in position when the screw is tied. I am now curious to see the other side. Lol
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    that construction is very simply...
    Idea of cut off fuel by rotation viton seal with burner part move

    in working position, wide viton seal hole - allow for fuel transport
    moving burner part - viton seal is rotated (by the pin marked on upper photo) then fuel is closed
     
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    Thank for the update
     
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    WoW this one look modern. Let me guess its age. By its fuel cap, Maybe around 1945 and it could be a nice lamp too. Lolo