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Parasene Trio

Discussion in 'Parasene' started by loco7stove, May 7, 2011.

  1. loco7stove

    loco7stove United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Hi all

    Im quite fond of the Parasene two pinter with it's impressed name & country of origin on the fount top.

    I now have three of these stoves ,two roarer's & a silent conversion ( this came to me already done ,there are no distinguishing marks on the burner ) & which i have just finished fettling ,the silent came to me in a bad state with no leg's & a damaged pump tube & pump handle, but i have managed to revive the poor thing & it live's again.

    The legs are homemade to original shape but i notched the tops to stop pan slide.

    The unrestored roarer stove has the original small pan trivet.

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  2. mr optimus

    mr optimus United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Hi Stu very nice trio parasene were a good brand and i am sure were the last to manufacture paraffin preasure stove's and blowlamps as i rember all ways seeing parasene blowlamps in hardware shops in the 1970/80's
     
  3. presscall

    presscall United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Really good work, Stu, absolutely grand.

    That attention to detail with the notches on the pan end of the stove legs is a master touch!

    John
     
  4. yonadav

    yonadav Israel Subscriber

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    Beautiful!

    The way you make those tanks shine puts all my stoves in the shadow...

    Yonadav
     
  5. Go Scout

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    I like the 'can opener' that can be seen in the background of some of the shots. Nothing like threatening a stove with a can opener in order to get it behaving properly!