NEVER pour liquid fuel over an open flame. NEVER fill an appliance/burner directly from the fuel bottle, risk of explosion, always use a spout or jerry can.
Decanting must be performed in a well-ventilated area to ensure that any spillage is easily contained and away from any ignition source.
NOTE: Never fill the burner using a vessel that does not have the Spill Proof Safety Spout attached. The burner should ONLY be filled following one of the two methods outlined below.
Option A. Using a Jerry Can:
Option B: Using the e-NRG fuel bottle:
The burner installed at Hall St Level 4 Entertainment Deck is an EcoSmart AB8, using 5L of fuel will give you approx. 5hrs of burn time.
EcoSmart would recommend at least 5L to get the full flame effect. Note the burner will start with a lower blue flame initially until the ethanol is heated. After around 5-10min will start to produce a nice big vibrate orange flame.
Bioethanol vs. Ethanol
There are common misconceptions about the differences between Bioethanol and Ethanol. We get asked all the time if Bioethanol is more environmentally friendly than Ethanol, and the answer isn’t that straightforward.
In essence, Ethanol is grain alcohol. Chemically speaking, Bioethanol and Ethanol are the exact same compound as the chemical formula is identical. The difference between the two lies with the method in which they have been made.
Using the e-NRG Jerry Can
How to Use the e-NRG Safety Nozzle