Discussion in 'Tilley' started by Doc Mark, Feb 20, 2011.
Can I have the daisies for my plain rail 22B to spruce it up?
I had to think about that one for a bit, to see where you were going with it!!
Actually, the pot supports on this Titan stove are quite different than the "daisies" on that version of the 22B!! Similar, at first glance, but up close and personal, very different. But, at least I can now see what you had in mind. 8) Sorry, but you'll have to grow your own "daisies", as the Titan would miss them if I sent them off to you! Take care, and God Bless!
Every Good Wish,
I have owned one of these stoves since over 35 years when I moved from the UK to Switzerland. It's great in particular the grill. Unfortunately, recently the gas tap which connects the stove hosepipe to the Camping Gaz 907 gas cylinder has blocked and I cannot use it anymore. I have tried in Camping Gaz centers in Exeter, UK and also written to the Camping Gaz headquarters in Switzerland but nobody can supply me with a replacement tap unfortunately.
Do you or anyone else have a suggestion for a solution. I see that there is a tap for the 907 Camping Gaz cylinder, but it has an incompatible thread on the outlet. Maybe the solution would be a new hose. What is the connection of the hose inside the stove because I can't get to it because it is riveted.
Any suggestions would be welcome.
Thanks in advance.
Neil, it is very easy to replace the hose. Slid inside the hose is a male end and I have used a jubilee clip to hold the hose on mine. This for me is the first fix, but I am waiting to take my stove into the local commercial hose manufacturers to see if they can help again.
If you have lost the camping gaz tap you can sometimes find these on ebay, but another option seems to be an adjustable regulator. Dial it to 1bar (this seems to be the output that people say campingaz bottles are).
Good luck and hope you see this post.
Great tip re adj regulator.
Did you use your Tilley titan with different gas
Hi could you please help me I own a Tilley titan that was my late dads .... is it safe to change pipe and use different gas....
Hi Jennifer, @Jennifer Dyke
From this and your other posts on this forum, it looks like you have a butane stove and you want to run "Brisbane gas" (which I'm guessing is natural gas).
I'm not one of the experts on different gasses, but I believe you will need a different jet to run natural gas (mostly methane), rather than the butane the stove is designed to run. Hopefully, someone who knows will weigh in soon.
No not natural gas ......i was using camping gaz but need to change the piping so I can fit on a regulator so I can use butane calor gas
Nice stove tilley did make some nice devices ive got heater, 2 lamps and an iron all beautifully made- but they were very expensive products in their day
I believe it's for broiler
But heck! Why not put that square pan over the mesh and cook some steak or anything you like !?
Welcome to CCS.
Seen here .. Tilley Titan
Said here ..
Her's is a Butane Stove.
Yes , you can use Butane or Propane gas.
Use Wire cramp .
It's solid and long lasting . Which is better than regular crimps .
Tespa for wire
Suggesting homemade wire ties for hose clamps are superior to factory made crimps, and then recommending a flammable gas with 4x the vapor pressure of the mfg suggested fuel.
Here's a link you might need:
List of burn centers in the United States - Wikipedia
In the description..... Hose clamps are used in many areas of an Experimental Aircraft project: fuel lines, water hoses, oil hoses, etc. This video show a demonstration of a small tool that allows a builder to fabricate any size hose clamp from stainless steel wire in just minutes. "This is also a great emergency tool for repairing/replacing hose clamps in a hurry."
Welcome to CCS.
The problem with using wire to fix hoses is getting the tension correct. Too loose and it’s likely hose can come off. Too tight it can cut into the hose leading to potential leaks. Worm drive hose clips can also be trouble if you don’t have the right size.
Double eared O-clips work for me.
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