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Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Sun Nov 23, 2008 11:32 pm
by DarenN
thanks Tony.
large? :o that burner is only 1" in diameter. i'm still working on the horizontal model with a 3/4" burner head. still getting too much orange in the flame.

i've got a new idea to turn the vertical burner into a horizontal unit by machining an elbow fitting to go between the mixing tube and the burner head.

Daren..........

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Mon Nov 24, 2008 12:15 pm
by GAGA
wooow sweet, you could weld with that flame :!:

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:22 pm
by seudo_411
Started tinkering with gas again, just wanted to know, Is 3.8mm internal diameter hose, suitable for gas applications. or is it to large. And what size jet is good for using, pure butane gas. The way i see it the difference between the normal blends (80/20 ) and 100% is not that much to make a difference. but now for the main reason i posted here, Darren, on the topic of the copper tubing you used, for the preheat tubes, and that is brazed to the propane tank valve, what is it used for. because the hardware store has never heard of it.

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:59 pm
by Vibe
I've got to stay away from this thread. :lol:
That stove looks like I could make most of it from a Bimba 011-DP air cylinder by cutting one end off and adding a burner head. And it's threaded for a #10-32 fitting already. Just add air access holes.

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:36 pm
by DarenN
seudo_411 wrote:Started tinkering with gas again, just wanted to know, Is 3.8mm internal diameter hose, suitable for gas applications. or is it to large. And what size jet is good for using, pure butane gas. The way i see it the difference between the normal blends (80/20 ) and 100% is not that much to make a difference. but now for the main reason i posted here, Darren, on the topic of the copper tubing you used, for the preheat tubes, and that is brazed to the propane tank valve, what is it used for. because the hardware store has never heard of it.
the copper fuel line is 1/8" O.D. and is used in furnaces to carry gas to the thermo-couple. it is very hard (stiff) in it's original condition and has to be annealled before it will bend.

Daren........

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:47 pm
by zelph
Vibe wrote:I've got to stay away from this thread. :lol:
That stove looks like I could make most of it from a Bimba 011-DP air cylinder by cutting one end off and adding a burner head. And it's threaded for a #10-32 fitting already. Just add air access holes.
You're so close!!!! go ahead make take the plunge :lol: Just think of the catchy name you could tack onto it. :mrgreen:

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:19 pm
by Vibe
The BimBurner ???? :lol: :roll:

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:24 pm
by zelph
Vibe wrote:The BimBurner ???? :lol: :roll:
I was thinking "Bimbo" :roll: :roll: :roll: Bimbo something or other. :mrgreen:

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:30 pm
by Vibe
zelph wrote:
Vibe wrote:The BimBurner ???? :lol: :roll:
I was thinking "Bimbo" :roll: :roll: :roll: Bimbo something or other. :mrgreen:
The HOT Bimbo???? LOL
She's COOKIN'...as in SMOKIN' hot.
Butane Bimbo
Blue Haired Bimbo
the Bimbette Stove

:D :lol: :D :lol: :mrgreen:

Re: new UL Canister Burner project

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:35 pm
by zelph
Vibe wrote:
zelph wrote:
Vibe wrote:The BimBurner ???? :lol: :roll:
I was thinking "Bimbo" :roll: :roll: :roll: Bimbo something or other. :mrgreen:
The HOT Bimbo???? LOL
She's COOKIN'...as in SMOKIN' hot.
Butane Bimbo
Blue Haired Bimbo
the Bimbette Stove

:D :lol: :D :lol: :mrgreen:
Now you got it!!!! Now make the stove :o and give it a name ;) enter it in the Stove of The Month