What are primus?

  • (noun): A portable paraffin cooking stove; used by campers.
    Synonyms: Primus stove
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on primus:

Primus - Other Meanings
... SSPH Primus, a Singaporean artillery unit Primate (bishop), a title bestowed on some Christian bishops Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, the church's ...
Svea 123 - Similar Designs and Copies
... the Russian-made Примус Туристский ПТ-2 "Огонёк" (Primus Tourist PT-2 "Little Flame"), the German-made Enders "Biwak" ("Bivouac") No ... The Swedish-made Primus 71 and the similar Optimus 80 have a larger fuel tank and are slightly taller and heavier than the Svea ... After Optimus acquired the rights to the Primus name for liquid-fueled stoves in 1962, the Primus 71 and Optimus 80 were identical, except for the name and markings ...
Primus Capital
... Primus Capital is a private equity firm focused on growth capital, leveraged buyout and leveraged recapitalization investments in middle-market companies ... is based in Cleveland, Ohio, was founded in 1983 as Primus Ventures ... Primus' founders, Loyal Wilson and Bill Mulligan, worked together in the private equity group of First Chicago Corporation ...
Larry La Londe - Discography - Primus
... on the Fish An Abstract Look at the 2003 Primus Tour de Fromage (DVD) 2010 June 2010 Rehearsal (EP) 2011 Green Naugahyde ...
ST Kinetics - Ordnance - Primus Self-propelled Artillery
... The Singapore Self-Propelled Howitzer 1 (SSPH 1) Primus is a self-propelled artillery unit armed with a 155 mm howitzer jointly developed by the SAF, Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and ST Kinetics ... Primus provides the range, firepower and accuracy of the artillery while keeping its weight below 30 tons and width below 3m ... The maximum road speed of the Primus is 50 km/h, with an operating range of 350 km, its combat weight is of 28.3 tons allows it to use the SAF 's current military bridging systems ...

More definitions of "primus":

  • (noun): The presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church of Scotland.