Discussion in 'Primus No:341' started by Paralou, Jul 11, 2018.
Primus 341 stove which needs a bit of TLC. Bought at at flea market in Sweden.
Very nice find!
Keep us posted on getting this little gem up and running.
Very nice - I have never seen one of those in real life...
Fantastic find! One of my ultimate stoves
Nice !! +1 with Billyboy and he would know
iirc he has a 1941 No.41 that and now your 1944 No.341 (the only '44 example I recall).
Being rare stoves of WW2 vintage both are excellent additions to the gallery.
thank you omc
I’m Looking for one of those :-)
Please find me one
I have one 1944 too, looking exactly the same as far as I remember.
It was on of my first stoves, got it from my father. The first time I tested it a small accident appeared. I didn't check the sealings, just filled it up and lit. When I pumped it up the NRV failed and burning alcohol was sprayed over my shoes.
I didn't get burned but it gave me a reminder.
Anyway a very nice stove produced during a short time
That’s my top of the list stove to get! Awesome you have one. I’d trade just about any stove I have for one! There’s something about alcohol fueled pressure stoves that I love! Congrats.
I am envious. Nice pick.
Hi my friend
Can you please tell me what cain of alcohol you use on your Primus 341 stove.
I bough one bot I don’t know what alcohol to use.
You should use ethanol (ethyl alcohol). It might be called many things but the international chemical name is ethanol.
Methanol could be used if you can’t get ethanol.
Your product’s Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) will tell you what you’ve bought. It should be at least 95% ethanol.
Hi my friend
I appreciate your help.
Ad soon I finish it I will send you some pictures
Thank you again
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