MKettle Hard Anodised the Worlds most compact double walled Kettle weighs 370g hard Anodised Aluminium Capacity 530ml recommended by Outdoor enthusiasts for Cycling , Canoeing , Camping Fishing Backpacking or lightweight camping - the MKettle is ideal for any use where size and function are vital.
✔ Weight 370g
✔ Capacity 530ml
✔ Dimensions 17 x 10 cm Ø
✔ Nylon Ripstop Carry Bag with D Rings
✔ No Gas Canisters requires - solid fuel , eco friendly can be used with organic matter , sticks leaves etc ... Successfully Paired With Trangia (Sweden), White Box (USA), and Evernew (Japan) Spirit Burners.
✔ Use the stopper to carry water
✔ Storage space inside the fire base while transporting
✔ Made in the UK
Why Hard Anodised? a little information from Ghillie Kettle :-
"The Result of Hard Anodising is that you get a thicker stronger coating which is approximately 2-4 times stronger than the normal Anodising process. It's as close as you can get to titanium while still using an easily machinable aluminum and stronger than stainless steel, with the added benefits of being lighter (a necessity when camping or travelling long distances) boiling water quicker and, importantly, unlike stainless steel, it won't rust!
All Hard Anodised Ghillie Kettles are manufactured using the Hard Anodisation process, and the Ghillie Kettle company would like you to know that this is the most durable kettle to date.
Anodisation is primarily used to toughen up the outer shell of the aluminum and is also an easy way to add colour to your piece. What the process actually does is creates a aluminium hydroxide layer on the surface of the metal. After the process is complete the aluminum is no longer susceptible to nicks and scratches to the surfaces because the pores of the metal have tightened up creating a harder surface
There are 3 types of Anodisation
Type I - is a specialist anodising using chromic or phosphoric acid instead of sulphuric acid,.
Type II - is the Anodising that can be done in a garage, using sulfuric acid and coloured dyes.
Type III - is hard coat Anodisation, or Hard Anodising. Requires a more controlled environment.
Type III or Hard Anodising is performed with a weaker solution of sulfuric acid, and a lower temperature acid bath. Normally for Type II anodising we have our acid bath around 60-70 degrees fahrenheit. The temperature often rises during the anodising process. For type III hard Anodising, the temperature must be at 35-40 degrees. The acid bath must be constantly mixed, otherwise a warm layer of acid will build up around the piece. The electric current will be much higher, perhaps 20 amps per sq foot. This requires bath mixing machines and cooling equipment."
Material:Aluminium / nylon