The Garlington Wood Gas Stove
Ray Garlington 2003
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The stove comprises a steel can, fire grate, stove windscreen, pot stand and pot windscreen. The steel can is the combustion chamber and is 3" in diameter and 4 1/2" tall. Primary air holes are punched at the bottom edge of the can, and secondary air slits are cut about 3" up from the bottom. A fire grate (wire screen) is fitted to the bottom of the can to allow even distribution of the primary air to the bottom of the fuel supply. The stove windscreen is made of light aluminum (disposable baking pan) about 3 1/2" in diameter and 4 1/2" tall. Slots are cut in the bottom of the stove windscreen to allow primary/secondary air to enter. The pot stand is fashioned by bending a coathanger into a clip that slips onto the rim of the steel can and holds the pot about 1 1/4" above the rim. The pot windscreen is a piece of doubled aluminum foil that goes from the ground to at least 1/2 way up the pot.