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    Yep, the Moulder Strip is what I use too. It is pretty much a permanent part of my winter kit. I use a silicone wristband to hold it to the canister:
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    I've got a youtube video up showing it working.
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    The BRS works great with the Moulder strip and even if not so cold it's required, it still helps maintain consistent flame whenever it's cold.
    Also, the BRS is super wind-sensitive, so some kind of shield from the wind is extremely helpful.

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    If you look really closely, you can see my copper strip at the back left of the burner in the above picture and, of course, the windscreen that both allows room for the copper strip to pass through it and also shields the canister from the burner heat.

    Also note, the dusting of snow on the ice in the cup, so a before-breakfast morning picture. :-) This image was taken at the edge of a shelter in the Adirondack High Peaks area a couple Januarys ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaptainkriz View Post
    Yep, the Moulder Strip is what I use too. It is pretty much a permanent part of my winter kit. I use a silicone wristband to hold it to the canister:
    canisterstrip.jpg
    I've got a youtube video up showing it working.
    Nice video....Iíll head to HD try to round up some copper flashing


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaptainkriz View Post
    Yep, the Moulder Strip is what I use too. It is pretty much a permanent part of my winter kit. I use a silicone wristband to hold it to the canister:
    canisterstrip.jpg
    I've got a youtube video up showing it working.
    Didnít see small pieces of copper flashing on HD.com, did you buy at a roofing store?


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    My local hardware store carried it (copper step flashing). I see them on amazon for $7.99
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    Didn’t see small pieces of copper flashing on HD.com, did you buy at a roofing store?


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    My wife and I use an inverted canister setup for deep winter trips, meaning morning temps in single digits or below, and when serious power is needed, like when melting snow for all of our water needs. Those copper strip things didn't cut it when we tried one on such a trip, though I bet it works fine for the Bartram thing the op is asking about.

    On such trips for us, we just warm the canister in our jacket, making it good for one boil, before having to warm it again. It's also important to shake each time before use to move propane and butane together, as they stratify. I usually buy Snow Peak, after reading some reviews of various mixes and brands

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    That strip looks like what I used on mine, found it my junk box. Worked good last winter.

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    Looks a little short, 5" is what I use on the small canister...
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