SVEA No. 36

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  1. z1ulike

    z1ulike United States SotM Winner Subscriber

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    01 Stove.JPG

    02 SVEA 36.JPG

    03 Sievert Logo.JPG

    04 Made in Sweden.JPG

    05 Pan Ring.JPG

    It the pump end has threads but whatever attached to it is missing.

    06 Pump.JPG

    07 Air Release.JPG

    08 Aire Release Logo.JPG

    09 Burner Inner Cap.JPG

    The outer cap is inscribed "SPECIAL SWEDISH HEAT RESISTING ALLOY" around the outside and "MAX SIEVERT STOCKHOLM" around the inside. "Made in Sweden" at the bottom and "No 829" in the middle.

    10 Burner Cap.JPG

    11 Heater Parts.JPG

    13 Heater Side.JPG

    14 Heater.JPG
     
  2. The Warrior

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    That is awesome. Looks like it's missing the reserve cap, that screws into the fount when the burner's not being used. I think that's what screws onto the pump handle knob. Great find.
     
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  3. Nicola Francesco Elia

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    Lovely stove heater, one of my favorite... that’s why I have three 36 and three 26 :D

    Actually I confirm that on the pump knob should be the reserve cap. A new one that goes on an Optimus 00 fits, also if it looks a little different. Juliands on eBay have some on sale.

    Anyway seems that you have opened your cave, some great stoves are coming out lately, especially the Optimus sets.

    Congrats, Nicola
     
  4. kerophile

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    George:

    Great, evocative illustrations of the Svea 26 Bowl Heater. Images of a largely lost world. I notice what I take to be a heat shield for the font, below the burner. Are there extant versions of this shield? Thanks.

    Paul
     
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    Hi @ulysses . I have both a Svea 26 and a Svea 36 but alas neither came to me with the heater attachments:

    Svea No. 26 *

    I have tank shields for normal domestic classic pressure stoves but I never seen a heater tank shield “in the flesh”
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  7. Nicola Francesco Elia

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    @kerophile

    I have something like 16 Svea heaters, models 25,26,35,36.

    Only one has the heat shield: a nichel plated 26 with aluminum bowl and shield.

    Nicola
     
  8. Tony Press

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    That’s a great heater, Ben. :thumbup:

    Cheers

    Tony