It is made from fairly standard copper plumbing supplies found at most big box hardware stores.
My personal motto: "If I can't find it at my local hardware store I don't build with it." I hate special order parts!
Step 2: List of Components
(1) 3/8" brass "oil heater" cap
(1) #8 rubber o-ring
(1) fiberglass "Tiki" torch wick
(6) 3/4" copper coated steel pipe hangers
Step 3: List of Components cont.
(1) 1" dia. copper pipe connector fitting with internal stop (an internals stop is a formation at the mid-point of the connector that prevents a pipe from being inserted more than half way into the fitting)
(2) 1" dia. Copper "Stub Out" (It is a 1" dia copper pipe with a reduced 1/2" dia opening at one end and the other end is sealed. Purchased at Home Depot )
(1) 1" dia. copper pipe connector fitting without internal stop
Step 4: Assemble the Fuel Storage Chamber
2. Sweat solder the brass Compression Fitting onto the Stub Out . Instructions on sweating copper pipe fittings can be found elsewhere. It is fairly easy requiring lead free solder, flux, and a propane torch. I won't detail it here.
Important: Just make sure you sweat the fitting onto an empty Stub Out and without the Wick or Cap installed
3. install a "Tiki" Wick into the Stub Out. You will have to pinch it slightly to fit it into the opening of the Compression Fitting.
Make sure it is pushed all the way to the bottom.
4. Trim the Wick to be about 1/2" above the Compression Fitting.