burners can accept propane tanks; however, adapters need
to be used as shown below. See our store for these adapters.
while lower in cost relative to Isobutane cartridges, are significantly heavier
than Isobutane cartridges when comparing equal BTUs of fuel. This
increased weight is due to the heavier gauge metal of the propane tank needed
to accommodate the higher vapor pressure of propane vs. isobutane.
pressure than Isobutane. Do not operate
the burners with the control valves more than ¼ turn open (counter clockwise)
as excessive heat will be generated and damage to the stove platform may occur.
We recommend the use of a stand. The stove must be supported in a way to allow
at least 8” of clearance below to accommodate the isobutane fuel cartridges.
The stand raises the stove to a comfortable cooking height and provides
room for the fuel canisters.
Some users have used the stove with logs or
rocks positioned at each end to raise the stove off the ground and provide
clearance for the fuel canister to hang below.
While maintaining the same cooking surface area, 12" x 21", the Voyageur Stove saves considerable weight and packed volume.
The Voyageur Stove packs down to a thickness of just 3/8" compared to 4-5" thickness of traditional camp stoves allowing it to slide easily into the back of your pack. Weighing in at 4.4 lbs. for the stove and burners, the Voyageur stove is <1/2 the weight of tradition double burner camp stoves that typically weigh 11-12 lbs.
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