Radius 340

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  1. Robert Radcliffe

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    Not really a stove, a Bunsen burner, but I see one has been listed before.
    As I was a science teacher for 34 years you can probably see the attraction. Complete with box, primer tin, spares tin, spares, instructions and tools. A little bonus in the form of a Primus primer tin.

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    @Robert Radcliffe

    Are you able to post the instructions in the Reference Library, please?

    Cheers

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    Thanks, Robert.

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    That military inventory sticker confirms my old thoughts that the Radius 340 "Bunsen burner" was originally a Barthel design.
     
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    @Lennart F thanks for the information, I'd no idea what the sticker meant.
     
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    "Spritbr." is abbreviation of "spritbrännare"="spirit burner"
    MT=Med Tillbehör=with accessories

    M-number is the new style of swedish military inventory number introduced in mid-1960's.
     
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    Very nice collectable bunsen burner.

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    SimonFoxxx