Military Lion medical stove

Discussion in 'Jae IL Metal Co' started by gunsoo, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. gunsoo

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    This collection owner is MR. Choi Hyejong and
    i got courtesy him. thanks .

    this producted by jae il co.(lion) in 1983.
    and i watch only one this model in korea.

    Mr.choi explain to me .
    this model similiar coleman medical stove.
    but only use keorsene fuel and this burner head is same lion r 124 hiker model. so very powerful
    flame got it.

    and jae il company sold very high price(maybe 300$)to south korean mitary in 1983.
    very high price reason is producted process and a little product.

    Term of use over it unfortunely in blast furnace to gone. so very rare model now it.
    Thanks

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    Gunsoo
     
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  2. itchy

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    Thanks Gunsoo.

    The clever modifications made to stoves in Korea make them especially interesting.
     
  3. anlrolfe

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    Gunsoo,

    Lovely stove and great photography.

    What fuel does this use? It reminds me of the Coleman 523 stoves. Yours have interesting modifications compared to the Coleman/AGMco stoves. Can you add photos of the burners without the wind skirts. Photos from the user manual would be well received as well.

    Thank you for sharing,

    AR
     
  4. RonPH

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    States that it uses kerosene.

    Ron
     
  5. mr optimus

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    Hi Gunsoo brilliant stove and so well made i realy love these Korean made stoves there quality is superb and they have some very use full and interesting features they have come up with and they all ways generate a lot of interest with me
     
  6. gunsoo

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    Hi itchy and AR .
    Thanks kind reply.

    sorry AR. I can't get another photo this owner :oops:
    But i know content on tank manual.
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    사 용 법
    (how to use)
    1.30회 펌프질을 하라.
    (Be pumping in maybe 30 times)
    2.연소기 핸들을 좌로 서서히 돌리며 점화하라.
    (slowly turn left handle key and ignite )
    3.연소기 핸들로 화력을 조절하라.
    (you can adjustment firepower by handle key)
    4.사용후 연소기 핸들을 우로 돌려 완전히 잠그라.
    (Turn right handle key is fully locked after
    use)

    Gunsoo
     
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    Ok, I will state the obvious ... What is a medical stove?

    Ken
     
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    Excellent stove, Gunsoo! :thumbup: A nice neat wire rack to hold any sort of pot or coffee perk and you would be well sorted. It doesn't look like it's been used, going to use it or is it a shelf queen?
     
  10. ssen joe

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    Hi boys and girls, Some of you guys might know me here. I posted a couple of stoves here and i am also member of korean stove collectors club in Korea.

    I don't know Gunsoo personally but we exchanged emails a few times and he is a young gentleman. As far as i know, there are quite a collectors web site in Korea and numbers of collectors are much bigger than CCS and ICCC club combined together.

    Gunsoo got permission from the original owner to post here and he can't get any more pictures from the owner.

    I read this post in Korean stove forum that i visit a lot so i might add what i read there.

    This stove is for sterilizing medical equipment in the field for the korean soldiers.

    They are very rare and not many stoves were made.

    This one is brand new so the owner is reluctant to light the stove(shelf queen)
    I am only trying to help here so please don't get me wrong.Thank you guys,Joe.
     
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    Nappo.. Very Chu Ah.
     
  12. threedots New Zealand

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    Another nice example of a Korean stove gunsoo. :)

    Does the case and lid double as a water pot and utensil tray? They both have their own handles when taken apart and they look as though they will fit well on top of the stove.

    I look forward to seeing more stoves from Korea. There is a lot of thought put into them and they look great as well. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
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    I like these medical stoves. Hope one day to get one. They would be very practical camp stoves
     
  14. gunsoo

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    all kind mention, thanks.
    and Mr. Joe!
    i'm glad to meet on this site.
    and good explain about this stove instead of me.
    ;)