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16th October 2012, 03:12 PM
Hi all,

Posting this for Grey Hair, on account of the photo function. Hopefully the PDF attached alright.

Grey Hair has built a Turk Burner, similar to the ones you might see on Youtube. The attached photos are of it warming up, and not yet fully operational. goes like a steam train. runs on just about anything, and I would suggest would make a fantastic forge. Simple construction.

Mk 1 burner was running off a compressor, which worked ok, but not superb. Realised the airflow should be low speed and high volume, not low volume and high speed, as it is static pressure that really improves a burn, not just dynamic pressure.

Grey Hair, I'll let you take over.

Hopefully the attachment worked.

16th October 2012, 04:19 PM
[QUOTE]... Realised the airflow should be low speed and high volume, not high volume and low speed...http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSbWHTWLlY3xEQdvY5_swMy9DansgOUU-rbulbx2_6nYG3RKa19

16th October 2012, 04:32 PM
Touche' my good man.

thanks for that. fixed up my foopar.

16th October 2012, 05:01 PM
Hi Cade.
I would remove my post but I think that is such a great photo. It fits the situation perfectly!

Grey Hair
16th October 2012, 08:21 PM
Hi all, yes we could have the meeting at my place, 236 Bunya Rd North Arm (15 ks north of Nambour Called "Casper Downs".) I could demo the "Turk Stove" bring ear muffs as it sounds like a jet on full revs. We are surounded with greenies so big bangs are out but plenty of room and will work out a date to suit all. Cheers Grey Hair PS Will clean the outside dunny.