Alcohol Powered Grill Prototype

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Allen
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Re: Alcohol Powered Grill Prototype

Postby Allen » Tue Mar 25, 2008 6:09 pm

Thats pretty cool zelph :)
Is the mesh Stainless or sometning else. Aluminum screen?

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Re: Alcohol Powered Grill Prototype

Postby zelph » Tue Mar 25, 2008 6:43 pm

Allen wrote:Thats pretty cool zelph :)
Is the mesh Stainless or sometning else. Aluminum screen?


Yes, it's a stainless steel replacement globe for a double mantel coleman type lantern. An after market replacement. Once available at most kmarts until the word got out where to buy them :mrgreen:

I used my last one to make the Pad Stove.
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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Re: Alcohol Powered Grill Prototype

Postby Allen » Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:22 pm

zelph wrote:
Allen wrote:Thats pretty cool zelph :)
Is the mesh Stainless or sometning else. Aluminum screen?


Yes, it's a stainless steel replacement globe for a double mantel coleman type lantern. An after market replacement. Once available at most kmarts until the word got out where to buy them :mrgreen:

I used my last one to make the Pad Stove.


Thanks zelph :)

I have a few things to try, I may add aluminum screen to the list to see how long it will last?

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Re: Alcohol Powered Grill Prototype

Postby jackpetro » Mon Jul 25, 2011 3:35 am

I'll try to keep this grill light enough to be of use. It's the Lava rocks that will make it possible. Physically this is no different than the heat diffuser pan being used in the bundt-pan baking thread. I'm hoping the small wire package of Lava rocks could have a duel use. Grilling and baking.

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Re: Alcohol Powered Grill Prototype

Postby zelph » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:29 pm

jackpetro wrote:I'll try to keep this grill light enough to be of use. It's the Lava rocks that will make it possible. Physically this is no different than the heat diffuser pan being used in the bundt-pan baking thread. I'm hoping the small wire package of Lava rocks could have a duel use. Grilling and baking.


Jack, which stove are you refering to?
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/


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