Lamb Burner Variants

Discussion in 'John Shaw & Sons (JS&S)' started by Ian, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. Ian

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    Left to Right; Large Bunsen, Small Bunsen, Fishtail & Roarer,

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    andbelow, the same sequence in action;

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  2. Knight84

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    Amazing.

    I love the fishtail burner look.

    Thanks!

    Jeff
     
  3. mr optimus

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    very nice multipurpose stove Ian i thinks it's the first one i have seen with all the burners working.
    I Especially like the fish tail burner that really works well on that little stove burns with a beautiful blue atmospheric flame
     
  4. RonPH

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    Ian you have a nice stove there with all the options. At least you can heat up stuff for sterilization or soldering :lol:
     
  5. Ian

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    It's not mine any more; Trevor had a self-polishing 210 which I coveted ...
     
  6. hikin_jim

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    Very interesting. I know what a roarer burner is from stoves and a Bunsen from school, but I had to look up what a fishtail is for: illumination. Most enlightening, if you'll pardon the pun. :)
     
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    Or waxing skis...