Survivor with a stove pipe allowing it to be used in a tent, cabin etc..
Why don't you make a Survivor with a stove pipe allowing it to be used in a tent or cabin. Am I wrong in assuming the Survivor method of feeding fuel in the combustion chamber is superior to the top load of the Hunter as far as continuous use is concerned?
Thank you for your question, it's a good one.
I can see your reasoning for such a feature on the Survivor to make it useable indoors, but I am not sure the manufacturer could do such a thing without a major change, or redesign of the Survivor in order to add a chimney/pipe.
That may have been the reason that they produced the Hunter model so that it would have the inherent ability to vent smoke/gases. But, of course, as you noted the Hunter does not have the same fuel feeding method as the Survivor does by feeding fuel from below.
Maybe their solution would be to change (or add) the fuel feeding method of the Silverfire Hunter to be similar to that of the Survivor.
I think the Survivor was designed in its function just to be a regular rocket stove like the majority of other rocket stoves that are available on the market.
I can try and find out from the manufacturer if such enhancements would be possible or feasible on the Survivor model, and find out why or why not.
Thanks for the question.