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Well, often I was in mountains, backpacking photo gear, and dry one day food. And, waiting to take a shot, I wanted to have a hot cup of ...
In the cheap housewares shop I found a suitable different Inox pots, very convenient for my purpose. I do no like Al dishes and pots. And I start to rebuild and adjust.
I need to make a connection between two pots. I took a strip of Inox steel and form a necklace for inside surrounding upper part of pot/can.
To connect part I use pop up rivets,- (it can be done also with adequate screws or hart welding). It is necessary to take enough rivets to get good strong - tight connection.
So this part was relatively easy, although a drilling holes in Inox steel is tricky... you need a special drills and start from smaller hole upwards.
There they are...and now to next step.
I measure diameter, find out good distribution points for 8 mm holes and drill, starting from 3mm to 8 mm. Than I took a small thin grinding diamond ...
Than I took smaller pot and insert them inside a bigger pot... and got Kpot! Outside pot serve as: - holder - windshield - flame guide - Thermos insulation This was ...
Well... It was written, almost everything, about the alcohol stoves. The most interesting article I found in http://zenstoves.net/Stoves.htm You tube present a movies about jet, chimney, filter ... you name it, ...
In the lower part of Kpot, which was dedicated for holding stove I made gliding support to be able to adjust the height of stove against bottom of upper ...
Another idea which burgle my mind, was hot to use chimney effect (in old days in bathroom used wooden stove to heat water for bath). So I purchase on scrapyard ...
And now the conclusion... I tested inside house (cca 21C) both solutions and here are results: In a stove I put 17 ccm alcohol. Usual pot with 0.5L ...
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