Lux-Köket - patent No: 1/1A

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  1. multi-cho

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    Introducing the old lux patent no:1/ patent no:1A.
    It was restored two years ago.

    There are several groups in Korea and stoves,
    This restores the skill of Mr "PANA" false prophets and guides.

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  2. geeves

    geeves New Zealand Subscriber

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    What a lovely burner. Must take the prize for most unusual burner. Pity about the stress cracks in photo 2
     
  3. Christer Carlsson

    Christer Carlsson Moderator SotM Winner

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    Ah, the genuine Lux burner. Nice!
    That is a rare sight, and with the cleaning needle in complete order too by the looks of your photos, which are even rarer.
     
  4. multi-cho

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    A crack regrettable.
    Thank you.
     
  5. kerry460

    kerry460 Australia Subscriber

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    G,,day . very different :thumbup: :thumbup:
    and the jet pricker is fascinating ,
    more moving pieces and more complex than any thing I have ever seen on a brassy ,
    lovely !!!!!!!!

    cheers,
    kerry
     
  6. Christer Carlsson

    Christer Carlsson Moderator SotM Winner

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    Yes Kerry. Those jet pricker mechanisms of Lux are fascinating.
    Lux just simply took the pricker mechanism from their lamps and used on the stoves.
    Unfortunately I haven't found any stove with this yet, but have several lamps.
    You can see how this mechanism moves in this Youtube clip I made some years ago.
    Firstly it swings in a a sort of horizontal bow to engage the jet. Once it make contact with it, it transforms to a straight, vertical movement.
     
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  7. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Hi Mr multi-cho What a wonderful stove and great photos.
    I have have never seen one of these models before.
    So many unique features and a beautiful flame pattern.
    Thank you for posting, and good luck with your stoves and collecting.
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  8. multi-cho

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    Thank you to everyone.
     
  9. Christer Carlsson

    Christer Carlsson Moderator SotM Winner

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    There are several of this stove and burner posted here before.
    Arne Åsgård has even posted a nice, detailed catalogue illustration of the burner, as seen here:
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  10. kerry460

    kerry460 Australia Subscriber

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    Christer . thanks for that link .
    it explains it so much clearer than words ever could :thumbup: :thumbup: :content:

    very ingenious indeed .

    and , welcome to the forum multi-cho .
    I hope you like the place and enjoy it .

    cheers,
    kerry