PRIM COMPACT ПРИМ КОМПАКТ

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    Thank You....
     
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    There is no tragedy...
    Building selfpressure work process, is connected with tank temperature
    It is main truth about thats stove.
    My story is:
    1 typical inspection of new stove
    - hanged NRV - solved w/o any trouble
    - no fuel transport
    2 problem was with internal fuel pipe - in the tank
    - "L" shape - circa 2 mm diameter, 125 mm lenght
    - rust with hard rust
    first 60 mm cleaned with 0,7 welding wire -takes 20 minutes
    between 50-75 mm was "angle" - soft wire, hard wire - 4 hours - reached 85 mm
    (25 mm -takes 4 hour !!!)
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    it was end of possibility with thats technik
    possible scenario for the next steps was:
    1 continue derusting chemie process from connector side and internal tank surface
    2 reconstruct fuel pipes by drilling from connector side
    or
    3 drill tank bottom and works with the clogged end
    4 give up and leave that...

    OR I NEED 13 cm ELASTIC DRILL
    and next day i solve problem in 10 minutes
    :D/
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    rebuild lead seal tank-burner
    16 celsius - no wind
    only 1 cup of preheat
    working at once

    after 10 minutes was more power - tank temperature was higher

    after 20 minutes - boiling test - w/o special chalenge
    2 liters at 10 minutes

    it is nice stove, strong, good for cooking
     
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    1 cup preheat
    burning - easily mounted in the case
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    "Houston, we have lift-off!!"

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    now - will be time for changing flame colours probe...
     
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    I’d agree Gieorgi if only it would simmer! Inserting a close-fitting cable/wire in the fuel pipe did nothing to reduce the intensity of the flame on mine.

    John
     
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    simmer test
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    restrictor inserted
    lower gas pressure
    minimal less power
    pulsation disapired !

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    next step - rising generator temperature
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    btw - in simmer process - first "the sound" was changed, after then - flame
    size

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    What form did that take, Gieorgi?
     
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    as Yours first... but bike brake type
    surface was bigger

    i think - is power reserve in generator temperature
     
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    Ah yes, brake cable (multi-strands).
     
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    @gieorgijewski
    Any idea what this component in the Prim Compact spares kit is for?

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    Working on mine, I’ve not seen it in any part of the mechanism.
     
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    lol
    it is seal "tank to burner"
    i made lead (full size) for better heat transport
     
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    @gieorgijewski
    Yeah, I see. Smaller hole, that could be a flow restrictor. Too small, a blockage!

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    i'am affraid not...
    it is just seal
     
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    but this "good place" for that shape, easy trimmed flow restrictor i.e. from lead
     
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    @presscall Did you get an answer?
    There is something similar on the inside end of the graphite packing on the Optimus Rider 324. It simply aided in the graphite 'packing' better.
     
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    Yes I did Ken. You’re right, it resembles that sort of packing washer but it isn’t because the hole’s too small for the spindle.

    It’s fits the burner fuel inlet tube to tank joint, though the metal-to-metal joint there doesn’t need it.
     
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    Good to know.
     
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    here it is...
    "power is back"
    simmer range is wide - nice to realise

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    imo - i left some reserve - i do not need more power
    may be - it need little bit less fuel

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    resume:
    standard minimal "new stove" inspection procedure
    unblocking fuel pipe
    fuel restriction
    set up generator work temperature
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    thats all was enough - for perfect work
    all "what i was buy" i get/have
    nice work
    strong
    compact
    low position of pot stand
    silent burner
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    next step - some tuning tricks
    @presscall
     
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