This mini stove has everything you need to boil, fry, simmer and grill to your heart’s content on your next venture into the wilderness. The Zempire 2 Burner Deluxe & Grill provides you with the control you need to take your sauce from a simmer to boiling point, and the twin burner heads give you space to boil water and fry an egg at the same time.
Piezo ignition means that you don’t have to fumble with a lighter or box of matches – which is the last thing you want to do when you’re out in the bush. The burner is raised off the ground, so the heat won’t build up while you’re cooking and burn the surface it’s sitting on. The drop down toaster can folded down at breakfast, and then closed back up again at dinner.
You won’t be straining your arm scrubbing as the powder coating makes it easy to clean and rust resistant. The rear and side windshield will stop any icy gust from weakening the flame, and it will keep any bugs or unwanted muck from crashing your dinner.
Can I also run the stove from a 9kg bottle?
The Zempire Stoves (along with many other camp stoves) use a Schrader valve. Unfortunately, we can't find any hoses longer than the one provided to offer you. From my limited research, it appears you can't get a hose longer than 60cm with a Schrader valve to 3/8 gas bottle fitting off the shelf anywhere. However, a professional gas fitter like Maxbilt in Norwood, SA may be able to make something up for you.
You can, however, connect the Zempire Deluxe Stove to a 9kg gas bottle. All you would need is a simple adapter which is available here.
What is the difference between a " regulated hose and a non regulated one and what impact does this have on the stove/ cooking/ gas use?
The difference between a regulated and non-regulated hose is whether there is a regulator attached to the hose. The purpose of the regulator is to regulate the pressure at which the LPG is delivered from the gas bottle to the BBQ.
In regards to the Zempire 2 Burner Deluxe Camp Stove, as the stove is already self-regulated (most camping stoves are self-regulated), you won't need or be able to use a regulated hose as this will result in a double regulation meaning that the gas flow will be impeded twice and hence won't have enough gas pressure to operate the stove.
Thanks for your question.
Just wondering if this fits a 9kg gas bottle or can it use something like a small Coleman gas bottle 453g
G'day Brendan. This particular stove is designed to fit on a gas bottle with a 3/8 fitting. The sizes of gas bottles in our range start from 1.25 to 4kg range with this fitting. The larger 9kg bottles generally have a POL fitting which is not suitable for this particular stove without the addition of a regulator.
I have a Coleman with a regulated hose, gas usage is very efficient, this is why I am asking before I up grade
The Zempire 2 Burner Deluxe Stove uses a non-regulated gas supply, so you won't be able to use it with a regulated hose.
I'd recommend checking out the Primus High Output Regulated 2 Burner Stove -it's a little bit pricier than the Zempire, but it's regulated so it should be perfect for your use.
Hi Does this come with a Lpg hose?
I've just popped downstairs to have a look at the stock we have, and yes the Zempire 2 Burner Deluxe Camp Stove from Zempire does come with a non-regulated LPG hose.
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