Water Bottle, Alcohol Stove ... w/ Double Burner ?

Water Bottle, Alcohol Stove ... w/ Double Burner ?

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hi guys this is my attempt or my attempts at an alcohol stove water bottle and I was trying to create a double burner and if you've never made a alcohol stove out of a water bottle what you do is you go to the dollar store and get one and use a book or something to get the right height make a a line around your water bottle cut the top and the bottom off sand all the paint off
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invert the top and push it into the bottom you have to use a piece of wood and a hammer to kind of tap it home and you'll end up with something that looks like this my dimensions on the ones I made they are one in seven inches tall the bottom row of holes is 7/8 from the Bott from the bottom and the top row holes is 1 and 1/16 the holes on the
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bottom are 1/16 of an inch in diameter and the top row of holes smaller holes are 1/32 of an inch in diameter lastly when you're pushing them in there oh you got a actually a more thing you have to cut four grooves in the inside of across the top of the water bottle across the neck there's one here here here and there to allow the fuel to flow from the
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inside of the camp stove to the outside of the camp stove and one other thing when you push them together what I did was I sanded the out the inside of the bottom part with a hundred and 80 grit sandpaper and then I sent at the outside of the top and when I push them together the score marks have held it together there's no jb weld or anything and I
02:04
can't pull them back apart this is the prototype or the one I made first and you see what happened was I put the law in small holes on one level and it just made one large flame by moving the smaller holes up and the larger holes down just slightly it does create like a double ring of fire or double burner I don't know exactly what to call it but it works pretty good I don't know if it's any better than just making one
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ring or not I was just trying to experiment here and to get the spacing on the holes I just took a piece of college rule notebook paper cut the edge off taped it around and use these lines as a guide and the all the holes are spaced three apart so three apart for the top bro three apart for the bottom row one last thing that I did was I poured in one ounce of fluid just water
03:07
and marked it with the pencil and then I poured it in a half an ounce I continued to pour it in half an ounce and Mark where the pencil so it goes one one and a half to two and a half three it'll hold three ounces of liquid but you can see the score marks and then once I marked it with a pencil I'd just hit it with the dremel a little bit just to give you a visual or a gift my son a visual on how much fluid he has in there and if you a burnt a so I'm gonna wait till tonight and it just so that you can see a little bit better in the low-light
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conditions here I have 2 cups of water that a room temperature at about 70 degrees and one and a half ounces of denatured alcohol and I'm just using a regular household kitchen pot so it might take a little longer to warm up than a regular camping pot
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pre-mission on this stove is about a minute and a half with the first batch of denatured alcohol I have and on this batch of denatured oxide seems to be taking a little longer in about a minute and fifty or so just to give you a little background my son is 13 in Boy Scouts and is doing backpacking and the camping trip so I want to give him a camping stove for his birthday which I gave him this one right
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here I think I'm going to try one more attempt to make it a little bit better if you think of any suggestions on how I might improve this please let me know you can see now about three minutes into the recording that the double burner effect that I was going for is it's kind of been achieved but again I don't really know that it's any better than just doing a single burner all the same holes and stuff I was just trying to distribute the heat a little bit evenly
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throughout the bottom of the pot so it takes this one about a minute and 54 preheat and then approximately 5 minutes and 55 from light off to boil which leaves a heating time of about 3 minutes and I believe all of this could have been accomplished on about 1 ounce of denatured alcohol here's a better look at the double
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burner effect than I was going for and it has worked somewhat if I was to make any further prototypes I would make those upper holes just a bit bigger and I wouldn't want to shrink the flame patter on those lower holes a little bit if I could if you have any suggestions on how I might do those two things please let me know in just a minute you'll see that it burns out at about eight minutes and five seconds or so on
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one and a half ounces of teenager and alcohol thanks girl for watching have a great night

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