Perfectus

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  1. dusan

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    SWEA burner with cleaning needle.
    No country sign.I think,is Made in Czechoslovakia shortly after beginning of WW2 .(In Czech rep.find too).
    Pan ring with added ribs to bee higher for Swea burner.I believe is so in orig. condition.

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  2. z1ulike United States SotM Winner

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    That's a unique stove. It's the only one in the gallery with the name spelled "PERFECTUS" with a "C." All the other German and Czech stoves are spelled "PERFEKTUS" with a "K." The pan ring with the raised supports is also pretty unique.

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    Why do I never come across these sort of stoves?
    A wonderful addition to the SRG.
     
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    Interestingly the pump collar is spelt as we'd expect:

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    Hi, Radius stoves made in the 1920s/early 1930s had similarly constructed pan-rests. They were introduced after the cast-iron models and comprised a one-piece pressing in mild-steel, to which three radial upstands were attached by riveting:

    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/radius-5s-or-pre-1930s.11654/

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    Kerophile.
     
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    All my pictures are made by runing stove,flame is not to see.
    Air screw is one side with "PERFEKT" marked.

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    Pictures of burner I have added to Reg.burner cutaway.
    Maybe is this burner a few years older as regulated burner.1934-35 ?

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