Hi, I thought you might be interested in seeing some images of a recent addition to my stove collection. This is a Radius No. 36 stove, dating I believe from the 1930s. The stove was in good original condition when I received it but the tank internally was very dirty, and unsurprisingly the burner and jet were blocked. I used the key from an Op 111 to extract the jet from this Radius No. 36. I then ultrasonically cleaned the jet in Citric Acid and detergent solution. I also re-pickled the burner, ran high-pressure water through it and re-assembled the stove. I had also inserted a brass gauze plug at the base of the burner as these are a feature of the Later Optimus No 2 stove burners.It will hopefully keep out any crud from the upstand and tank. The Radius 36 has a 4.5 pint tank, but the same burner size as the 7-pint Primus No. 3 that I have photographed it with. I believe that the No. 36 stove will consume about 2 litres of paraffin per hour and have a rating of approximately 15kW. For those unlucky people, who haven't yet seen a Primus No.3, I have photographed it with a Svea No 16, 2-pint roarer stove, for scale comparison. This Radius No 36 is jetted at 0.7mm, or 28 thou, which is bigger than my No 3 stove. It was a breezy afternoon, between showers and most of these images were taken outdoors in natural light. However, this final one was taken on the floor of my garage; I had only seen references to the Radius No 36 in catalogues before. I have a Svea No.36, but although a similarly sized stove, it has a completely different shape. I have heard reports of a Hipolito No. 36 in the Fylde area of the North of England but I have never seen it. Best Regards, Kerophile.