I have been playing around with this remote canister mini Trangia idea for a while and as it is winter here in Australia and I am about to do some alpine bushwalking/snowshoe trips, I thought I finish it of ready for some field trials.
My aim has been to make a cold weather canister stove that performs very well in windy conditions, fairly light, efficient and easy to setup and pack up.
The stove is a Kovea Supalite Ti with a pre-heat tube and a mounting plate added, the upper windshield bowl and the lower stand bowl are from two very cheap cut down 1.5 litre ally pots. The canister valve is from a cheap Chinese remote canister stove.
Though this is not the lightest setup, currently all up, with, stove/fuel line, stand, windshield, pot grabber and storage bag, it comes in at 396.4 grams (14oz), with some more development I can drop some of that weight a bit, I am hoping for around 350g (12.3oz).
I am not that concerned with weight of this stove as reliability, usability and efficiency in cold (-20C) conditions are the main criteria, the initial tests look promising, I hope to run some proper efficiency tests when I come back from a field test this weekend.
This is a one liter pot solo version, I do have a larger 2 person 1.5 liter pot version nearly finished.
Top of stove
Closeup of top
Bottom view with preheat tube
All packed into pot
Stove system packed up
Packed away in storage bag