Adapter-stand with a Forrest Converter hose for operation of gas burners of a threaded epi-gas standard from a collet gas cylinder, overview.

The adapter stand with a hose Forrest FTRS-17 Converter is designed to interface and ensure the operation of screw-on gas burners and gas lamps of the threaded epi-gas standard from a popular tourist high collet gas cylinder.

Adapter-stand with Forrest Converter hose for working gas burners of threaded epi-gas standard from collet gas cylinder, overview.

The Forrest FTRS-17 Converter hose stand adapter itself comes in a hard plastic case of bright color. It has a practical and durable folding design. Made of stainless steel. Some parts are made of brass. Its threaded mount is compatible with all compact tourist gas burners and gas lamps. Threaded connection suitable for epi-gas cylinders.

Adapter-stand with a Forrest Converter hose for operation of gas burners of a threaded epi-gas standard from a collet gas cylinder, overview.

Gas burners screwed onto the cylinder and gas lamps according to the epi-gas standard are very common. They enjoy well-deserved popularity among tourists and lovers of an active lifestyle. At the same time, the main and obvious advantage and bonus of using a high collet cylinder to power gas burners and lamps is its cheapness. It costs almost half the price of a threaded bottle of similar capacity..

Adapter-stand with a Forrest Converter hose for operation of gas burners of a threaded epi-gas standard from a collet gas cylinder, overview.

And the adapter stand with a Forrest FTRS-17 Converter hose just allows you to use your favorite and already familiar burner with both types of cylinders. Makes it somewhat universal and omnivorous. If necessary, you can quickly and easily switch from a threaded cylinder of the epi-gas standard to a high collet.

In its plastic case, when folded in, the adapter-stand with a Forrest FTRS-17 Converter hose does not occupy the entire available volume. Therefore, with sufficient compactness of the gas burner used, it can be placed in the remaining free space. In our case, together with the adapter-stand, the gas burner BRS-3000T remarkably fit in the case.

Adapter-stand with a Forrest Converter hose for operation of gas burners of a threaded epi-gas standard from a collet gas cylinder, overview.

Benefits of Using a Forrest FTRS-17 Converter Hose Adapter.

In addition to its main purpose, the adapter-stand, in addition, further extends the functionality of a screw-on gas burner or gas lamp.

Adapter-stand with a Forrest Converter hose for operation of gas burners of a threaded epi-gas standard from a collet gas cylinder, overview.

Save gas and increase burner performance in cold weather.

Using the Forrest FTRS-17 Converter adapter-stand, we end up with a gas burner with a hose. At the same time, a gas cylinder carried out on the hose at low air temperatures can be moved up to the burner fire. Within reason of course. Thus, by heating the gas in the cylinder, we contribute to its more economical and rational consumption. And also increase the efficiency of the burner itself.

The possibility of using wind protection in the hot season.

With a strong or gusty wind, together with a gas burner, the most logical solution would be to use a windshield. However, in the hot season, by installing such a screen around a gas burner screwed onto a threaded balloon, we are at great risk of overheating the gas bottle itself to a critical temperature.

Adapter-stand with a Forrest Converter hose for operation of gas burners of a threaded epi-gas standard from a collet gas cylinder, overview.

At the same time, using the Forrest FTRS-17 Converter adapter-stand, we can safely move the gas cylinder to a sufficient distance from the burner. Thus, it makes it possible to fully use the windproof screen. Even in the hottest and windiest weather.

Increased structural stability.

The three legs of the Forrest FTRS-17 Converter stand adapter are very stable. Therefore, they will make it possible to use a container of a larger volume and size for cooking food on the burner. Not really worrying that at the most inopportune moment, she might fall off the burner. The reduced center of gravity also contributes to this..

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