Titanium Flame Diverter

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    Nice!
     
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    You need to post more pic!
     
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    You need to post more pics!
     
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    A flame diverter 1.JPG A Flame Diverter.JPG
    I'll try to get some photos this evening when we can see the flame patterN. Maybe a short video.

    Thank you for your interest in the flame altering device.
     
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    I did a video but now I need to find the cord to be able to load to my computer:rolleyes:
     
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    Interested to see this product in action. I see the newer stoves have a small hole in the stand. Would adding one to an older stove be ideal? I thought it was perfect as is.
     
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    I did a quick video yesterday that gives an idea how this device functions. I don't have any left in stock, not sure when I can make more. Never had such a busy summer, too many things goin on at one time.



    ((Interested to see this product in action. I see the newer stoves have a small hole in the stand. Would adding one to an older stove be ideal? I thought it was perfect as is.))

    Yes, add a hole or "v" notch to the rim of the support. It prevents pressure from building up inside the stove. Pressure could cause fuel to be pushed up into the wicking material and overflow.
     
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