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Old 15-06-2014, 20:42   #16
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Re: Force 10 Marine Kerosene Burners

Go back to ArticCircle's post and click on "ArticCircle" on the left. A drop down menu will appear with the option of a private message.

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Old 12-06-2021, 19:38   #17
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Re: Force 10 Marine Kerosene Burners

We have a Force10 Burner Replacement for sale, if anyone is interested.
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Re: Force 10 Marine Kerosene Burners

We have a lot of Force 10 bits and pieces. Not really sure what a lot of these pieces are worth, so we are gathering offers at the moment.

You can see the other pieces we have available on https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...22463823359018
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Re: Force 10 Marine Kerosene Burners

FWIW the Patria burner was made in Portugal by a large manufacturer of kerosene burners, and was of reasonable quality. Anyone using kerosene should have the T-handle tool for removing/installing the orifice from the burner as well as the spare orifices and especially the "prickers" - thin wire on the end of a rack. The spare spindle is useful for rebuilding heavily worn burners, and the graphite sleeve is a also needing to be replaced about the same time. I suspect the pump is specific to the Force 10 pressure tank - the pumps rarely wear out but the internal leather seals do (or o-rings if you are lucky enough to have them instead). The collection includes a natural gas part (thermal cutoff?) and also it looks like a natural gas burner. Anyone who has a kerosene stove and does not have the tool and spare parts should be looking at them. [Edit: a spare burner is also a great thing to have as it allows repairs at one's leisure.]

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Old 14-06-2021, 22:33   #20
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Re: Force 10 Marine Kerosene Burners

"Anyone using kerosene should have the T-handle tool for removing/installing the orifice from the burner as well as the spare orifices and especially the "prickers" - thin wire on the end of a rack. The spare spindle is useful for rebuilding heavily worn burners, and the graphite sleeve is a also needing to be replaced about the same time. I suspect the pump is specific to the Force 10 pressure tank - the pumps rarely wear out but the internal leather seals do (or o-rings if you are lucky enough to have them instead). The collection includes a natural gas part (thermal cutoff?) and also it looks like a natural gas burner. Anyone who has a kerosene stove and does not have the tool and spare parts should be looking at them."

We have some of those things
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