Best Emergency Stove in 2020
Coghlan's Emergency Camp Stove
- Compact, lightweight emergency camping stove requires no liquids, priming, or wick
- Includes 24 fuel tablets; uses any solid fuel such as Hexamine, Trioxane, or Sterno
- Affordable, essential gear for camping, backpacking, backcountry treks, and more
Coleman Portable Butane Stove with Carrying Case
- Instastart ignition for matchless lighting; 7,650 total BTUs of cooking power
- Fits up to a 10 inch pan
- Lasts up to 1.25 hours on high on one 8.8 ounces butane gas cylinder (sold separately)
- Adjustable burner gives precise temperature control, and large base offers stability for easy stirring
- Durable porcelain coated grate is easy to clean, and aluminum burner is rust proof for years of use
- Carry case included
- 1 year limited warranty
Esbit Ultralight Folding Pocket Stove with Six 14g Solid Fuel Tablets
- Simple and stable stove is constructed from durable, galvanized steel; Folds down to a small, compact size
- Includes 6 smokeless, Esbit 14 g solid fuel tablets; Each tablet burns approximately 12 minutes; One tablet boils 500 ml of water in about 8 minutes
- Two cooking positions suitable for cups, pots, and pans (not included)
- Dimensions-closed: 3.9 inches x 3 inches x 0.9 inches (9.8 x 7.7 x 2.3 cm); Weight, including solid fuel: 6.3 ounces (180 g)
- Made in Germany; 2-year manufacturer’s warranty
Esbit CS585HA 3-Piece Lightweight Camping Cook Set for Use with Solid Fuel Tablets
- Kit includes 585-milliliter pot, lid, and wind deflector/pot stand, and stores in included mesh bag.
- Stove and cookset is constructed from lightweight, hard anodized aluminum that weighs only seven ounces.
- Stove uses Esbit's unique, proprietary, solid state fuel cubes (sold separately).
- Pot includes volume indicators in both liters and ounces, and has two hinged stainless steel grips that fold flat against body of the pot.
- Stores in included mesh bag; ideal for backpackers and campers who like to travel extremely light.
UST Folding Stove with Fuel Cubes and Lightweight, Durable Construction for Backpacking, Camping, Hunting, Emergency and Outdoor Survival
- DIMENSIONS: 4.5” L x 4.5” W x 2.75” D (open), 4.5” L x 3.75” W x 1” D (closed), weighs 3.8 oz (without cubes) and 4.6 oz (with cubes)
- EASE OF USE: Simply place on level ground, light the fuel cubes (included), set a metal cup, pot or pan on the flame and begin cooking or boiling
- VERSATILITY: Can be used with multiple fuels, including bio fuels (not included)
- RELIABLE: Stove can hold most all size pots and a single cube (UST Fuel Cube) burns for approximately 18 minutes
- COMPACT: Stove can hold fuel cubes when folded to provide convenient storage and can be packed in a backpack, pocket or any other gear
Unigear Wood Burning Camp Stoves Picnic BBQ Cooker/Potable Folding Stainless Steel Backpacking Stove
- Stable and Durable: Made of premium quality stainless steel for rugged backpacking.
- Portable and Ultra Compact: Unigear camping stove made with stainless steel, which can be folded like a book, and come with a carrying bag for your easy carry. Perfect for camping, hiking, backpacking.
- Multifunction: Camping stove can work with many kinds of pots, which can cook Food, boil water and BBC. Meet your camping needs.
- High Efficiency: Those camping stove not only can use wood, also can use spirit burner, twigs, leaves, coal, gas and solid fuel tablets, which makes it easy for outdoor camping or hiking.
- If you have any quality problems within 6 months, you can contact us at any time for after-sales service.
Gas ONE GS-1000 7,650 BTU Portable Butane Gas Stove Automatic Ignition with Carrying Case, CSA Listed (Stove)
- High Output - Most Fuel Efficient Butane Portable Stove On The Market - Boils Water quickly with 7,650 BTU Evenly Compared To Compeititors Portable Stoves/ To Be used with 8oz Butane Canister Only (Fuel Sold Separately)
- Safety Features - Highest Safety Standard: CSA (US & Canadian Standards Association) Approved Portable, Easy To Use, Reliable For Camping, Outdoor Cooking, Home Emergency Kit, Etc. Equipped with Fuel Cartridge Injection safety feature, If the stove defects 0.7 kilogram force from canister, It will automatically ejects butane canister from the stove
- Automatic Starter - Piezo-Type Electric Starter With Safety Shut-Off System; No Matches Or Lighters Required
- Portable - Easy To Use, Reliable For Camping, Outdoor Cooking, Home Emergency Kit, Etc. *(Comes With Carrying Case/Complete With User Manual
- Quiet Operation - This stove provides clean efficient burn along with silent operation *OUTDOOR USE ONLY*
QuickStove Portable Emergency Cook Kit. Multi-Fuel Stove, Stainless Steel Pot, Fuel, and Food - Perfect for Survival Kits & Emergency Preparedness
- LIGHTWEIGHT, PORTABLE, and DURABLE stove - made of aluminized steel and weighs LESS THAN A POUND
- Stove can be used in THREE DIFFERENT COOKING POSITIONS to accommodate large pots, small cups, cooking fast or cooking slow.
- STAINLESS STEEL POT can hold up to 7 CUPS of water. Lid can be used as a FRYING PAN or PLATE. Includes two QuickStove fire starters.
- Kit has everything you need to STAY WARM, BOIL WATER, or COOK FOOD. PERFECT for CAMPING, HIKING, and EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
- MADE IN THE U.S.A. with a 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Classic Propane Stove, 2 Burner
- COOKING POWER: Up to 20,000 total BTUs
- 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise temperature control
- WIND-BLOCKING PANELS: Shield burners from wind
- PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
- RUNTIME: Up to 1 hour on high on one 16.4 oz. propane cylinder (sold separately)
- 3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Esbit 1300-Degree Smokeless Solid 14g Fuel Tablets for Backpacking, Camping, and Emergency Prep, 36 Pieces
- Virtually smokeless and residue-free solid fuel tablets used to cook and heat food and beverages, boil water, or start campfires
- Contains 36 tablets; each 14-gram tablet burns approximately 12 minutes and up to 1300°F;
- Ideal for boiling water and cooking; one tablet boils 500 ml of water in about 8 minutes
- Works at high altitudes and sub-zero temperatures; ignites with match or lighter
- Tablets are individually packed in waterproof packaging; can be stored for 10+ years
Children and Lead Paint
It is a parent's worst nightmare. Your child rushed to the Emergency Room with a sudden illness.
In almost all of these cases the source of the lead poisoning is traced to the ingestion of lead dust from deteriorating paint. Although the use of lead based paint was outlawed in 1978, its extensive use prior to that has left an estimated 57 million household's nation wide with some degree of hazardous contamination. That number represents single family homes, apartments, co-ops and condominiums, and not just lower income urban housing, as it's commonly believed. Lead is also present in a high percentage of childcare facilities, historical properties, and many industrial and commercial buildings. Bruce Newman explains that "lead based paint was primarily used because of the strength and durability of it. It is very long lasting, in some of the historic properties in many cities around the country you can find many many layers of lead based paint and some of the layers of paint are actually 100 years old or more, it's a very tough durable material that works very well, but unfortunately when it begins to deteriorate in the environment and turn into lead dust it creates health problems".
The only way to accurately determine the amount of lead in a building is through an on site evaluation by licensed state certified inspectors. Technician Brian Clark has been testing lead levels in properties for the past 6 years. He describes the process.
"We come in and look at the condition of the paint anything that's chipping, flaking, peeling, we go ahead and do dust wipe samples to check the level of dust in the home - we take inventory room by room determining what components we are going to test and not test, sheets are filled out, we go ahead and test the home with a XRF, an X-ray Fluorescent Instrument, which measures the paint level in each separate component that we test, it tells us whether or not there is high levels of lead, low levels of lead or what's there or not there."
If harmful levels are detected, a Lead Abatement or Hazard Reduction procedure is required. The abatement process can include wet scraping of exterior walls that are then primed and repainted with lead free paint. Inside windows are replaced striping any components like sills, or trim. Walls found to contain lead are encapsulated. At that point it is up to the Department of Health to give approval for a final clean up and perform final clearance testing.
For abatement specialists like Brian, the job can be rewarding and gut wrenching "…you come in and see a lot of these children in the house, they're completely innocent, they have no idea what's going on and they get poisoned and stuff, it almost breaks your heart…"
That is why the Lead Training Institute recommends that families with small children, particularly under age six have a blood test performed on the child to find out their lead level, starting in as early as six months, and probably twice a year until they reach the age of five or six. If you live in a property built before 1978 there is a good probability that there is lead based paint in your property, and the best way to determine whether its hazardous or not to your family is to have a professional state licensed inspector perform either a lead inspection or risk assessment.
The policies and procedures of the past have all too often left the present with a toxic legacy. Environmental professionals are now like detectives in a mystery novel, seeking out the mistakes of yesterday to better insure a healthy tomorrow for ourselves and our planet.