Micro-Jet flame Technology for canister stoves

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Micro-Jet flame Technology for canister stoves

Post by zelph » Fri Dec 26, 2008 11:07 am

All we have to do is adapt this technology into a backpacking stove :D

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Re: Micro-Jet flame Technology for canister stoves

Post by Vibe » Fri Dec 26, 2008 12:49 pm

From the quick overview of the process - this is a miniature version of an oxy-acetylene torch like a gas welder. Requiring not only a pressurized fuel source, but also a pressurized Oxygen or air source, along with a mixing regulation method, pressure/flow ratio controls, and flashback protection. It looks like one of these micro flame setups would take a couple hundred pounds of equipment as well as a major energy source to electrolyze the DI water fast enough to maintain a steady flame.
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Post by irrationalsolutions » Fri Dec 26, 2008 1:20 pm

that looks like the mini hydrogen torch i've been working on. if it is then yes ir requires a power source and heavy equipment. but the thing will gwt very hot. way too hot for a stove. the one that i'm modeling mine after will shape stone.
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Post by Vibe » Fri Dec 26, 2008 1:43 pm

I suppose you could couple a pressurized type stove with a MAPP gas Oxygen generator "pellet" burning can. But, then I'm not sure I want to be around for the fireworks in the prototype trials. :mrgreen:
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Post by irrationalsolutions » Fri Dec 26, 2008 1:55 pm

i'll test anything if you build it. :twisted: i just cant do it in the house. :cry:
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Post by zelph » Fri Dec 26, 2008 6:18 pm

Ahhhhhh!!!!! look at the goodies on this page :mrgreen:

Lotsa goodies on this page
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Re: Micro-Jet flame Technology for canister stoves

Post by Tony » Sat Dec 27, 2008 3:08 pm

Hi all at bplite,

Merry Christmas and a happy new year.

Interesting technology but I think you would be better with a portable generator and microwave oven.

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Re: Micro-Jet flame Technology for canister stoves

Post by zelph » Sat Dec 27, 2008 7:36 pm

It's the Jets, the teeny weenie jets :lol: :lol: I want some for Christmas past :mrgreen:
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Re: Micro-Jet flame Technology for canister stoves

Post by dlarson » Thu Jan 15, 2009 7:13 pm

Those torches are what got me thinking about a "water powered" stove. It was one of my first posts here at bplite.
I don't think the electrolysis technology is ready yet for the stoves. But the micro-torch burner heads may be useful in some sort of canister stove. That's not really my field ;) so I'm just guessing at that.
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Re: Micro-Jet flame Technology for canister stoves

Post by zelph » Thu Jan 15, 2009 8:06 pm

dlarson wrote:Those torches are what got me thinking about a "water powered" stove. It was one of my first posts here at bplite.
I don't think the electrolysis technology is ready yet for the stoves. But the micro-torch burner heads may be useful in some sort of canister stove. That's not really my field ;) so I'm just guessing at that.
How about using them in conjunction with carbide. Oh what the heck, just modify a carbide lamp. Incorporate a potstand and be done with it. Carbide is not that heavy, water is found on the trail. Doesn't carbide produce acetylene?

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