Discussion in 'Stove Forum' started by presscall, Sep 21, 2011.
@Robert Radcliffe Beautiful. Looks like it really means business.
BernzOmatic Deluxe TX550L first firing in who knows how many years
Cherry red roarer from Syria.
Very nice. Would you like to buy my Username?
Best username ever. How much.
Hi @Robert Radcliffe What a great presentation of burner flame patterns. You only need another three and we have the basis of a CCS Calendar.
It would be good if you could provide captions to identify each individual stove producing the flame pattern.
@Robert Radcliffe Very nice!
OK here goes from top left going across
Vesta, Stesco, BAT
Heinze Geniol, Tilley CS56, Primus 77
Phoebus 625, Tilley CS56 at night, Villiers Mar-vil.
Hi @Robert Radcliffe . Thank you. Beautiful work!
Looks great, all in a row, well done, blue too.
This is my Bat stove, for those that don’t know it’s made in Germany, it’s a collapsible one but it’s a bitsa. Making some toast at the hut. It’s rained, we need the rain as the drought has really taken hold. We got 23mm yesterday and 8mm the night before.
It fits in a panettone tin which is good for the hut . The day is wet on the ground so too much trouble to get out, there are some steep clay sections, doable but time and I just can’t be bothered.
I came up to install a washing machine and do the associated plumbing which has gone well, all finished now.
With the trailer I will go home when it dries a bit, so today it’s a bit of reading.
Primus 4047 burner
Primus 227 sport stove
Primus 340 sports stove
Primus 41 stove and primus 15
My pimus 340 spritkök and homemade 8X
Was that Underburn?
Yes,it’s not easy
I try to burn inside
Preheat one time
And preheat again and open valve
A rare opportunity this winter given our weather in the UK, forget how compelling a real fire can be.
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