Maruhachi perfect combustion gasoline oil stove No 106...?

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  1. BSSR

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    Here is my new collection.
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    Maruhachi perfect combustion gasoline oil stove
    Japanese old-style pressure gasoline stove. Maruhachi Manufacturing made it for household use. I dont have any other information. As I contacted Maruhachi Manufacturing, they also have no information.

    This is a speculation. 
    Rinnai made Junker Stove in 1933.(reference:http://sts.kahaku.go.jp/sts/detail.php?no=111711420012). Similar characteristics between them. Maruhachi Manufacturing also made such style of stove in that same period, maybe.

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    Beautiful green enamel frame

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    No. 106? 108? 109?

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    Perfect combustion
    Maruhachi gasoline GAS KONRO(konro means stove)
    Supplier Nagoya Maruhachi Manufacturing

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    Tank,Pump,Cock,Handle,Fuelcap.

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    Genelator and burner

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    It works! but uneven flame pattern...burner may be not correct position.
     
  2. presscall

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    Welcome to CCS @BSSR and thanks for posting an excellent report on your classic stove.

    I see it has a priming flame control tap, much as the arrangement on a Primus 77.

    John
     
  3. Tony Press

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    That’s a very fine stove. I hope you can get the flame pattern working correctly.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  4. pau-i-amor

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    A nice stove!

    Pau