This stove is made from the top and bottom of a quart can.
I used the valve from the Brunton Remote adaptor stand.
It weighs 44grams (without valve )
The stove is very thin, 7/16ths at it's highest point. Fits in my shirt pocket.
I made 7 test burns
2 cups are boiling around 7.5 min average.
Fuel usage is 7.5 grams = 7ml of fuel per boil.
110 grams of fuel per canister equates to 12 meals per.
I use 1 cup water per pack of Ramen and 1 cup to make a drink.
I'm still far from finishing my tests. I have different ring designs using different materials. The ring concept is what I'm trying to perfect. It worked great with alcohol and now it seems to be working pretty good with canister fuel.
This new stove is "radical". I heats the water against everyones notions that flames up the side of the pot are a no-no. There are no flames that touch the bottom of the pot. This is a complete stove, no pot stand required. The pot sits right on ground zero, just as stable as you could ever want.
Just wanted to throw this concept out to all DIYselfers. Proceed with caution. More photos and information will follow as it becomes available. This is new territory for me so I'll move slow on this one
l'll post as new new info becomes available.
The video shows the flame increase and decrease as I turn the valve. No oxygen has been introduced into the system as of this posting. I'm working on a way to introduce it. Right now it's straight out of the canister. It's working fine as is. At it's bluest flame is where the tests were performed. For this designated pot set-up, introducing air may not be necessary.