Tae sung wide no.21 stove

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  1. gunsoo

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    Hi all. This is name is tae sung no.21 stove.
    and south korea made.
    stove owner is mr.joung teak roul.
    it's got very unusual silence cap.
    and fire picture speciality too.
    thanks


    Gunsoo






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  2. The Bird

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    Hello Gunsoo,

    Great pictures, love that silent cap.

    May I ask how long to boil a liter of cold water?

    Best regards,

    Mike.
     
  3. gunsoo

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    Hi Mike.
    I think boil time is 3~4 miniutes :-k
    thanks


    Regards Gunsoo
     
  4. threedots New Zealand

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    Hello Gunsoo.
    I like the silent cap conversion kit that fits onto the roarer burner. How does it sound in quietness compared to the usual silent burners? Cheers
     
  5. gunsoo

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    Hi Threedot .
    This cap is small sound than general rorer burner.
    But it's got big sound than silence burner cap.
    thanks

    Regards Gunsoo
     
  6. mr optimus

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    Hi gunsoo a very nice stove i like the unique flame pattern i must say i realy like these korean made stoves they are very well made and have come up with some great features with there stoves IE heater's lighting devices etc
     
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    Thanks Gunsoo,

    I really enjoy the interesting features of many of the Korean stoves.
     
  8. Sparky

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    Gunsoo, thank you for your photos; I wish there were more Korean stoves available on eBay. I have one Korean stove, a Royal model No. 7-1. It is a silent burner with a conversion to a roarer. This is done by removing the inner and outer caps and putting a plate with a roarer burner top on it in place of the silent caps. I am not sure why one would want to convert a silent to a roarer but mine will do it! It is a beautifully made stove and I think I posted photos of it in the reference gallery.

    PS-I guess I did not post photos of mine there but this is the same stove: https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/1058
     
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  9. pysen78

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    Nice stove! I also especially like the cap!
     
  10. loco7stove

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    Hi Gunsoo

    What a great little stove :thumbup: :mrgreen: :D

    Thanks for showing us the superb flame pattern /shot :thumbup: i really like the unusual stoves from your posts :thumbup:

    Best regards Stu.
     
  11. gunsoo

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    Hi everybody my international friends :o
    thanks everybody kind reply.
    so one more posting about this stove fire picture.
    thanks
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    Wow! :shock: :shock: :shock:
    Very nice photo!!!
     
  13. idahostoveguy

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    Very unusual. I like it! Thanks for the very nice picture of the flame.


    sam
     
  14. kerophile

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    Hi, This is a very interesting stove, and there are some great photos.

    I have now been looking at these photos for two days and am very interested in the extra cap. It doesn't look like a silent cap to me, more like the type of heat cap that was fitted to stoves fitted with a parabolic reflector.

    If I look closely at the pictures I can see clearly that the flames from the roarer burner are visible below the outer cap, as well as through the large perforations in the cap. If this was a conventional silent burner we would be experiencing under-burn, yet this stove looks to be performing as expected.

    I believe that the apertures in the cap are far too big to allow the cap to operate as a conventional silent burner. The velocity of the combustible mixture would be so low that the flame would immediately "dive" under the cap.

    Could it be that the outer cap operates as a diffuser, producing a wider and more even flame pattern than would the roarer burner by itself?

    The S Koreans produced some clever and innovative stoves, before the production of the classic types was abandoned.

    I love the flame patterns shown in this post. Maybe I will need to make myself one of these "diffusers"

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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