Summit Nulite ?

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  1. Alfons

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    Hello everybody ,
    I have 4 Summit lamps, a 265 with a large 266 tank, which Hank has described. And another lamp. Probably a Nulite, but another model. The pump and the tank is different. Does any of you know this model? best regards Alfons.

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  2. Alfons

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    I think I set the lamp wrong
     
  3. Henry Plews

    Henry Plews Subscriber

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    Hello Alfons, I don't know the model but the tube on the end of the pump to prevent fuel leaking out if the valve fails suggests benzin is the correct fuel.

    Henry.
     
  4. george

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    I agree with Henry. Benzin for sure. Almost reminds me of a Coleman set up in a way. Isn't Summit brand lanterns Dutch? Maybe I'm thinking of something else...:-k
     
  5. WimVe

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    Nice lanterns !

    Well they where sold with the label: Made in Holland.
    But As far as we know they only where sold from Holland or better the Indies.
    More info can be found here: SUMMIT.
     
  6. Mackburner

    Mackburner United Kingdom Founder Member Subscriber

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    This is Summit model 266B. As Wim says sold out of Arnhem in the Netherlands. I am pretty sure they were made there too. The burners are indeed Nulite as used in their Storm King lanterns and by the 1930s when these were made that was an obsolete burner. It is almost certain that the rest of the lantern was made in Arnhem. ::Neil::
     

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