n°11 Hasag stove

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  1. Michel

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    Hi all
    I found this Hasag stove
    Seems to be old but I don't know
    the first inspection tell me the beast is complet
    Who have an idea of the period ?

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    it seems nobody knows this stove [-(
     
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    As it looks very much "made for France" in the design and the markings are "pre 1928" style i would suggest it was made in 1920's - maybe as part of war reparations that seems to be usually erased from company archives.
     
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    There is another Hasag No.11 in the reference gallery (here), and also a couple of the very similar Hasag No.10s (here & here). Weimar period, 1920s into very early '30s, does seem to be the most likely dating but no documentary information around at the moment.
     
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    thank you all for these advices and links
    it is a shame and very odd to find so few papers for such a great firm :-k
    Yes, the n°10 is very close of this one
    We shall see now how it runs well
     
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    Hi all
    while the stove was quickly and badly cleaned
    I heard some noise in the fount,
    and I found some big rusty shavings of steel.
    So I decided to go and see in the tank and I unsoldered the base of the burner.
    Just between the base and the dip tube, one can see the rest of the iron part which was soldered
    I have absolutely no idea of the shape and the utility of this part :doh:
    Have you an idea ? Have you seen this on another stove ?

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    OK I thought of something like that, thank you to have confirmed the fitting technic
    I shall try to resolder without this iron plate because I should like to avoid to cut the bottom
    have a good day
     
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    View attachment 227061 Hi all
    here is the burner base resoldered and the stove cleaned
    Now I have to redo the pump's leather which is bigger than the standard ones (circa 25 mm)


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    Excellent progress. :thumbup:
     
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    here is the big stove running very roaring
    I have had some trouble with the NRV
     
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    Hi @Michel Lovely stove and powerful flame pattern. It will perform even better with flame-ring:

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    Why Do You Use incomplete burner?
    "flame ring" is important
     
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    Excellent, well done. Re your: "... very odd to find so few papers for such a great firm"
    Wars have major affect on the research for many a great European firm. I presume you've already searched: Hugo Schneider.
     
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    @OMC : I presume you've already searched: Hugo Schneider.
    Yes I searched, but this don't gave me many informations about Hasag papers ;-)
    https://weblampesapression.wixsite.com/lampes/hasag-allemagne

    @gieorgijewski : Why Do I Use incomplete burner?
    because I havn't for this Hasag
    I have to search for one, because this is almost impossible to find original one
    if somebody knows where I could buy a replacement, please tell me
    I think the diameter to be circa 4.2 or 4.3 cm
    this Primus (4 cm) is a little too narrow

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    According to Kerophile topic it could be 41 mm diameter (??)
     
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    @Michel The roarer flame spreader available from the Fettlebox would be a good option. Should be right size and doesn't have any unwanted branding on it.
     
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    the difference is not obvious, but it is complete :D/

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