Ethanol Gel Fuel

Ethanol Gel Fuel

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Further Information
Further Information
  • 12 sachets per box
  • Each sachet leak tested to 80psi
  • Sachet can be burnt or disposed of without damage to the environment
  • Each sachet burns for approximately 20 minutes
This organic based ethanol gel fuel offers key advantages over conventional solid fuels like Hexamine and Trioxane without compromising efficient heat output.The fuel burns with a clean, smokeless and odourless blue flame which does not blacken cooking utensils, flavour food or odourise clothing. It is non-toxic both if inhaled or ingested allowing it to be safely stored with foodstuffs and used in confined spaces.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: Does this gel burn with a yellow or blue flame? If you squeeze it onto a stone and then light it how high would the flame be?
A: It burns with an orange flame which is around 2 inches high.
Q: The ethanol gel fuel is it burnt in the sachet or do you cut it open and squeeze it into a small tray to burn. I am looking for a safer fuel than meths which can spread flames if it leaks.
A: You do squeeze it out of the sachet onto a suitable surface before lighting.
Q: Can you use the Ethanol Gel Fuel in a Hexamine stove? If so how would you?
A: The Ethanol Gel Fuel can be squeezed onto any suitable surface, e.g. stone, and lit. The stove can then be placed over it as usual.
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