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#153720 - 08/15/11 02:54 PM Re: My Ultralight Stove [Re: Ducky]
BarryP Offline
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Registered: 03/04/04
Posts: 1574
Loc: Eastern Idaho
Burn times would be nice. How much fuel is used?
And how can you see how much alcy is left?
Thanx,
-Barry

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#157140 - 11/10/11 10:05 AM Re: My Ultralight Stove [Re: Ducky]
anicinabe Offline
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Registered: 10/10/11
Posts: 61
Loc: Ohio
Stupid question here but sincere...Am I right in thinking you have to have something around stove to support pot separately? Looks like if you put pot on stove it would be snuffed out.

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#158723 - 12/14/11 12:30 PM Re: My Ultralight Stove [Re: Ducky]
Ffej Etaps Offline
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Registered: 12/14/11
Posts: 12
Loc: Montreal, QC Canada
T'is a thing of pure beauty! Use it with pride. Now get busy and start making some more wink

-from an alky stove makin' junkie

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#158843 - 12/16/11 11:00 PM Re: My Ultralight Stove [Re: Paulo]
Hikin Jim Offline
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Loc: Orange County, CA, USA
Originally Posted By Paulo

To give an example, Mark Jurey's penny stove here has these stats:
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Fuel Use
15 ml. (1/2 oz.) of fuel will boil 2 cups of water.
That's a pretty good standard for DIY alcohol stove efficiency. If a stove can match that, it's pretty darned efficient. If a stove takes more than that, it's less efficient.

HJ
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