The Muka Stove has revolutionised common understanding of the unleaded petrol stove's characteristics, such as becoming dirty with soot, cumbersome preheating, and maintenance before and after use.
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This unleaded petrol stove combines a reliable, powerful output and ease of care. Muka is not a simple unleaded petrol stove but the next generation of stove. It works by spraying fuel under high pressure into a specially designed burner that atomizes (Muka is Japanese for atomizer) the fuel before burning it directly, unlike other petrol stoves that heat the fuel under low pressure during priming. The 'smart pump' unit features a control dial that operates ignition, flame control and extinguishing of the flame. There is also a pressure indicator that gives a visual assessment of bottle pressure.
Includes hose, pump, windshield, heat reflector, maintenance tool and a carrying case. Supplied with a wide mouth 700ml Fuel Bottle.
See a demonstration of the Muka Stove here:
The Muka is available from the following retailers:
Aberdeen – Craigdon Mountain Sports: www.craigdonmountainsports.com
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