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Old 07 June 2016, 17:18   #11
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Jet boil for brew making or MSR multi fuel for a pan for me then if it's cold just bang some petrol in
Aye - for "proper offroad" I carry a Trangia or scab donegaldan's MSR. When "slumming it" off the tailgate or engine lid I prefer to go multiring so the sauce and the entrée are hot at approximately the same time....
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Just stick a, c0 alarm in the tent we run 4 burners in our 3 x 3 kitchen in winter all door windows shut not keeled over yet plenty of ventilation or capacity no probs with c0 c02 etc. when I was coal mining we would have 20% methane in layers in the roof we put air movers up and dilute into the general Body of air to disperse.
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OP: I have never tested a camping stove with the combustion analyzer, but would think it would not be brilliant as the flame picture always looks a bit lazy on the ones I have seen working.

Hence the warning about adequate ventilation due to CO.
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OP: I have never tested a camping stove with the combustion analyzer
You're not a very USEFUL gas specialist

So if I get your drift, you're saying they're sh1t but I'll be OK if I leave the door open...

...if there WAS a door!
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You're not a very USEFUL gas specialist



more of an oil man these days !.


I have an old one myself but it just sits on the open tailgate of the landy, so fumes not an issue.
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