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ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
an adjustable stove... on 03/08/2009 11:13:54 MDT Print View

an adjustable stove...also a safe burner...
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Edited by asidesign on 03/08/2009 11:16:35 MDT.

Jason Klass
(jasonklass) - F

Locale: Parker, CO
Stove on 03/08/2009 21:06:16 MDT Print View

Ke-
Great idea! What is the material inside the tin? Fiberglass?

Bailey Gin
(pugslie) - F

Locale: SLO County
Re: an adjustable stove... on 03/09/2009 10:47:59 MDT Print View

Thanks for the idea...I'm going to try converting my spare Trangia spirit burner into a just simmering stove. I'm using cotton balls stuffed into the burner.

b.gin

ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
Re: Stove on 03/09/2009 11:44:44 MDT Print View

Hi,Jason~
Usually, I use the fiber of aluminum oxide to do this kind of work. Thanks for your reply.

ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
Re: Re: an adjustable stove... on 03/09/2009 13:02:58 MDT Print View

Thanks~Baikey,
I also have strong interest in making simmering stove or merely modifying something new.
I wish you every success in your converting works!

ben wood
(benwood)

Locale: flatlands of MO
Re: an adjustable stove... on 03/09/2009 20:01:49 MDT Print View

very nice, good to keep it nice and simple.

thanks for the pics.

Denis Hazlewood
(redleader) - MLife

Locale: Luxury-Light Luke on the Llano Azul
Re: Re: Stove on 03/09/2009 21:08:00 MDT Print View

Ke Wu,

I've never heard of aluminum oxide fiber. What is it and where is it used?

liang kong
(mcluxun) - F

Locale: Tulsa,OK
Re: Re: Re: Stove on 03/14/2009 06:14:32 MDT Print View

Hi
Aluminum oxide fiber have been used as a fire-resist material for a very long time.