The CONE ZONE White Gas stove

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Re: The CONE ZONE White Gas stove

Post by Ridgerunner » Wed Mar 31, 2010 6:23 pm

Jon, congrats on your success with the white gas stove. I am surprised that the burn time was so long on just 12ml of fuel and the boil time so long considering you started with 70 degree water. Might you conclude that the stoves design reduces the flame burn to a lower output which allows for the longer burn time?
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Re: The CONE ZONE White Gas stove

Post by zelph » Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:30 pm

It's amazing!!! :D just tinkering around has fueled a new dimension in stove making :o Great accomplishment Jon and thanks for sharing with the world ;)


I had this weird sensation of not wanting to breath when I watched your video..........as if I were going to smell the bad odor :shock: :mrgreen:

My tests with Super Stove and Coleman fuel gave me a reality check on it's odor.......yuk!!!!!
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Re: The CONE ZONE White Gas stove

Post by zelph » Sat May 08, 2010 7:21 pm

I found this little cone shaped item and was wondering in what direction I should go to make it burn iso. What are your thoughts on a container of this size?

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Re: The CONE ZONE White Gas stove

Post by zelph » Sat May 08, 2010 8:07 pm

What happens if you don't put holes around the top of the burner?
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Re: The CONE ZONE White Gas stove

Post by zelph » Sun May 09, 2010 6:46 pm

Even though there are holes at the top will the flame lift off easily with a slight blow/breeze?
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