Question: When did Coleman start using steel founts on lanterns?

How do you date an old Coleman lantern?

Lanterns and stoves made from about 1951 to present are usually stamped on the bottom of the fount. You will see two sets of numbers; the number on the left is the month and the one on the right is the year of manufacture.

How do you date a Coleman stove?

Two and three-burner stoves usually have two date marks: one on the case and one on the tank. The case marking is usually on the bottom and obvious. To see when the tank was manufactured, turn it upside-down and look at the underside of the mounting tabs. These date stamps follow the month-left and year-right format.

What is Coleman lantern fuel made of?

Contents. Historically called white gas, it is a liquid petroleum fuel (100% light hydrotreated distillate), composed of cyclohexane, nonane, octane, heptane, and pentane.

Can you use Coleman stove inside?

A propane Coleman stove should not be used indoors. All fuel appliances (Stoves and Lanterns) should be used outdoors in well-ventilated areas clear of combustible materials due to the danger of fire and the emission of carbon monoxide (CO) from burning fuel and the effects of carbon monoxide exposure.

Is it safe to use a Coleman lantern indoors?

ANSWER: Burning any fossil fuel indoors is potentially dangerous. Coleman lanterns burn fossil fuel and if used indoors create the potential for a fatal buildup of carbon monoxide. For this reason, Coleman strongly urges consumers to use its lanterns only outdoors.

Is it safe to burn a Coleman lantern indoors?

ANSWER: Burning any fossil fuel indoors is potentially dangerous. Coleman lanterns burn fossil fuel and if used indoors create the potential for a fatal buildup of carbon monoxide. For this reason, Coleman strongly urges consumers to use its lanterns only outdoors.

Can Coleman butane stove be used indoors?

Is it safe to use a butane stove indoors? Butane is colorless and extremely flammable. This gas produces carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide when burned. To answer the question, yes, it is safe to use a butane stove indoors as long as there is proper ventilation.

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