If I understand it right, the zirconium fiber is that wad of stuff that is burning. The aforementioned copper wire is what gives it shape and integrity. Zirconium is an excellent insulator, hence is able to hold the alcohol and withstand the flame, repeatedly.
Which prompted my preceding post - how much alcohol can the zirconium fiber hold? Enough to boil two cups of water? About 20 grams? Knowing that, one can decide is this would actually be useful on the trail.
And then, what metal comprises the perforated pot stand?
Ti ? Al?