Stainless or Copper
This smoke head always creates an
updraft with wind in any direction.
Sheds rain down the outside
of the pipe.
3"er is 8" tall x 6-3/4" barrel OD.
4"er is 10" tall x 8" barrel OD.
"CLOVERLEAF" STYLE HEAD
Stainless or Galvanized.
3" & 4" & 5"
3"er is 10" tall
4"er is 12" tall
5 "er is 13" tall
BRONZE DECK IRONS (3"
also have c
Seat plug in iron with a hammer
NOT INTENDED FOR
First section off
stove hand forms to fit oval flange.
Cast Iron & Steel.
Basically your stove's "gas pedal".
Running a stove without a damper is unsafe.
You would also go through wood in a hurry
The Alcohol "Drop-In" Burner
Here's a handy item that will allow you to boil water or cook on top of your stove in the warmer months.
No need to take up valuable counter space with another burner device while your woodstove sits idle.
The DROP IN BURNER literally drops into the stove top and burns plain denatured alcohol.
The burner element is self pressurizing(minimal) and since it is located down in the cast bronze burner housing,
there is little worry of spilling fuel. The "DROP IN" fits all NAVIGATOR stoves. On a 2 oz. filling it will
run for 20 min. We found that it takes 8 min to boil a liter of water. Running in simmer mode, the burn time
is easily doubled. To refill is simple using the included fuel bottle. Longer cook
times are only interupted by the time it takes to add another 2 oz. of fuel. Then during the
same day when you'd like to have a fire in the stove to warm up, the "DROP IN" can be taken out
in a split second and a wood fire can be started. Pretty slick, eh?
The photos above are prototypes. Notice how the flame is very similar to a gas burner.
Some alcohol burners use a wick type system. This design however functions on a
different priciple and as a result creates a very satisfactory flame. Here is our final, rather
solid, cast bronze design inserted into a raw SARDINE top plate casting. The burner's
rubber gasketed screw-on cover is in place on the burner. Unused fuel can be left in the
burner and stored for future use. When using a DROP IN with a plain iron stove,
one might seriously consider covering the top of the stove with aluminum foil to keep
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