Sunday, December 11, 2011

Zoe's new camp stove

Well our new camp stove just arrived in the mail a few days ago.  Now we'll have a way to heat the hot tent that I just made.  Our tent is much smaller than the standard hot tent so we decided that a smaller stove would be sufficient to heat it.  We eventually settled on the Packer Jr. made by Kni-co manufacturing.  The fire box dimensions are 10 x 10 x 12 inches, with the legs fully extended it stands 14 inches high.  We purchased the package that includes 3inch tapered stove pipe, a flew, and a spark arrestor. To keep it from rusting I painted the outside with a high temperature BBQ paint.

The first burn gets rid of any oil or residue from manufacturing

 Stove painted black

5 comments:

Bryan Sarauer said...

How did the paint hold up?

You mention the paint is to prevent rusting, but I think the rusting would primarily be from the inside due to the caustic ash. Best way to avoid rusting seems to be clean it out and spray with oil to exclude moisture.

Peter said...

looks great, love this stove.

chimney pipe

James Kateron said...

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Romilda Gareth said...

Thanks

Linda Fairy said...

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