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Re: Re: Did I miss something? re: Brasslite Duo

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  • rosaleen43@aol.com
    AAron- Good job. You covered my questions without giving anything away pematurely. Thanks a bunch! Rosaleen ... [Non-text portions of this message have been
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      AAron-

      Good job. You covered my questions without giving anything away pematurely.

      Thanks a bunch!

      Rosaleen

      > Subject: Re: Did I miss something? re: Brasslite Duo
      >
      > The Turbos have a rotating sleeve that closes or opens the side
      > ports, allowing or restricting air flow to the fuel inside the
      > stove. Air flow regulation is what allows the Turbos to simmer so
      > well.
      >
      > I don't want to talk too much about the TrailBaker yet because it's
      > still being developed. But I can say that it will function only with
      > the Turbo stoves because the flame stays small and puts out heat at
      > a constant and predictable rate. The Micro and Duo don't have
      > adjustable flames and a small flame is essential for the baking
      > insert to work as a dry-heat system. It wouldn't be easy to use with
      > any other stove (even a canister stove)because the flame can't be
      > accurately regulated to a specific temperature each time the stove
      > is lit. The only way I can see to use the insert with a canister
      > stove would be to carry a baking thermometer on the trail(too heavy).
      > -Aaron
      >
      > --- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, rosaleen43@a... wrote:
      > >Aaron-
      > >
      > >A clarificaton, please? You are developing a baking system and
      > may have already developed a simmer ring for the two newer models.
      > Do you expect the Micro and Duo to work with these?
      > >
      > >TIA,
      > >
      > >Rosaleen
      >



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