Radius No:5S:or - nickled, regulated b.

Discussion in 'Radius No:5 (inc S:or)' started by gieorgijewski, Apr 6, 2015.

  1. gieorgijewski

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    best of the bests:
    nickled
    ignition pipes
    regulated burner with cleaning

    starting at once
    working good enough on car benzin
    working twice better of "unknown" naptha liquid

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  2. gieorgijewski

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    Could You check (/show me) how in swedish catalogs nickled versions was written?
     
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    Why are you using automotive fuel (benzin) for fuel? This is a kerosene stove, correct???

    Ken in NC
     
  4. Ray123

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    This is from the 1932 Radius catalog in the Stove Reference Gallery:

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    The Swedish word for nickel plated is fornicklad. (the o has two dots over it)
    Your stove would be designated Radius no.5S:or F. Because you have a regulated burner it may also be RF.
     
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  5. gieorgijewski

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    thanks


    ...Why are you using automotive fuel (benzin) for fuel? ...
    1 hard to get/find good working
    product's named "nafta oświetleniowa" are differents
    2 price is 4x automotive
     
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    If you are where I think you are the correct fuel is called nafta.
    Automotive fuel is dangerous in this stove
    http://fuel.papo-art.com/
     
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  7. gieorgijewski

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    properly:
    nafta oświetleniowa
    nafta lotnicza

    becouse we have nafta kosmetyczna


    In the Past - when THIS product was the fuel, distributed on mass scale - was standarised...

    Now - the name on the BOX - is common name - to which application - but the components may be different.
     
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    Even here in New Zealand they do the same thing and it can be very difficult.
    Your Nafta is our kerosene and most places sell kerosene as just that but a couple of shops now sell cheap kerosene and sell the stuff we want as lamp oil. Trouble is even in the same shops they also sell a lamp oil that is only suitable for wick lamps.
    Any stove that can be regulated by an air screw must not burn a fuel that can be poured in a bowl and lit with a match. Your stove has a regulator but also has the air screw. The vapour that comes out this air screw can ignite.
     
  9. gieorgijewski

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    todays coffe make...
    preheating - and stove started - witout air pump use...
    indoor - 16 degrees
    :)