"> is still lit (in an emergency only) as the cannister seal will activate.
> .... so in emergency remove canister and run; should be safe enough?
NO! NO NO NO!"
Thanks, I'm convinced, a can side valve seems a requirement!!
I wonder if a can side on/off only valve would be lighter as well as quicker to operate, or, in liquid mode, if stove has its own valve, do you only turn the can valve on partially .
It seems odd gelert will sell a remote stove adaptor without a can valve (I suppose they presume gas mode only: that the threaded canister is kept upright (and doesnt topple)).
(in liquid mode, if (someone else's) remote stove (with no can valve) was lit and in trouble before stove valve, eg hose leak, do they have any options other than running away?
"Obviously you have never seen a BLEVE "
No, but I do want to avoid one!! The tube on remote stoves always worried me, (I worried about hidden damage underneath the braid), so I just have a can top stove, hence I definitely wanted to know all the remote stove safe shut off methods before buying one.