Tito Landi Rechaud PIP 1916 +

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  1. Lampenkueche

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    Hello Stovies,

    1000 Times seen in the Catalog and Today two find the Way to me. Unpacking and then trying to Light it up without new Seals.

    Looks really like an Pipe. Ha-Ha-Ha.

    Pfeifchen anzuenden ccs.jpg

    Preheating with a Fork and then comes the Flame.

    Pfeifchen brennt ccs.jpg

    My first Coffee with Tito.


    Pfeifchen kocht ccs.jpg

    Enough Power and here is a little Action-Video.


    So its Time for a little Fetling to get all Options of the Hydro-Carbon-Multitool. Looking arround and find a Part of an Air Pressure Connector that fits on the Burner.

    Pfeifchen Adapter UGM 01 ccs.jpg
    Pfeifchen Adapter UGM 02 ccs.jpg

    And on the other Side it makes Click on the Base of an Upright Gas Mantle.

    Pfeifchen Adapter UGM 03 ccs.jpg

    So I think I only must pull out the Screen to make Light.

    Pfeifchen Adapter UGM 04 ccs.jpg
    Tomorrow more, good Night

    Peter
     
  2. presscall

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    Excellent, Peter, great find. I wasn't sure I'd ever see one of those other than in the catalogue. You're well on the way to constructing the lighting (mantle) attachment I see.

    Tito Landi catalogue HERE features the 'Pip'.

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    John
     
  3. Lampenkueche

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    Hello John,

    Have the same Cat as Hardware and take a Blow Up of the Picture with the Mantle.

    Cat1933 Blow up ccs.jpg

    At the Top You see a Fork. So I tryed to mount an 40 CP Ethanol Burner from the small Titus Lamps. but the Flame rise up
    at full Power or at reduced Pressure its to short and looks very Hot. So I think the other Way will be better.

    40 CCP Burner like Cat ccs.jpg

    Cheers Peter
     
  4. The Bird

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    Hello Gents,

    I'm wondering whether those two sockets are there to accommodate an Aladdin type mantle?

    The pictures in the below link explain it all for me, or am I wrong? Did I miss something, wouldn't be the first time!!!

    http://www.aladdinlamps.info/mantlepicts.htm

    Just wondering. As far as I know, these are still available, though apparently not easily.

    Best regards,

    Mike.
     
  5. Lampenkueche

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    Yes that Way was False. The Power is to low for an Auer-Welsbach-Mantle. Try and Error.

    TaE UGM 01.jpg

    and another Test.

    TaE UGM 02.jpg

    So I test a Burner from the Tito Landi double Burner Lamp. The Air Holes are smaller and I think that`s it.

    1 Burner from TL 2 Burner.jpg

    Tito Landi PIP Part II Action-Video

    So I need to build a very small Mantle next...

    Cheers Peter
     
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    @The Bird
    Peter's been roaring ahead with his project before I'd a chance to reply, Mike, but from his previous post, pics and video it looks like an Aladdin burner rose and mantle would be too big for the power available.

    @Lampenkueche
    Great progress, Peter. I doubt there'll be another one of those on the lamp collecting scene.

    John
     
  7. Lampenkueche

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    Hello John,

    There is another PIP in the Net. Ara in Paris has also one.

    Cheers Peter
     
  8. Lampenkueche

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    Hello Stovies,

    Get it fully working with an half 500 CP Mantle. Consumes 40 ml Gasoline in one Hour. Bright Light.

    Cheers Peter

    Half 500 Mantle.jpg
     
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    Brilliant! ... in every sense of the word Peter.

    John
     
  10. Ian

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    Wonderful stuff, indeed. It's been a while since I've been envious of a stove. Always had a soft spot for Tito Landi.
     
  11. Lampenkueche

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    I just get the Pip to my Hand and take a Look to answer your Questions. Inside the Tube there is some wick for the last 3" inch on the side of the Burner.

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    and around the Wick there is some Metal-Wire-Gaze


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    , also inside the Back of the Nozzle.

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    only a little Update and a Look Inside.
     
  12. presscall

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    @Lampenkueche
    Thank you Peter but the photos didn't appear ...

    John