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Old 01-19-2013, 08:55 PM   #1
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Default Need help finding the right burner

Im designing and eventually building a single tier brewing stand. But, I want to make sure I buy the correct burners that correspond to the system that I want. The future system that I want is:

It will be a direct fire RIMS,
3 kettles, 3 burners.
Enough capacity to do 10 gallon batches if I choose.
The potential to convert the burners to natural gas eventually.
The potential to eventually make it an automated system.

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Old 01-19-2013, 09:13 PM   #2
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Three BG-14s.

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Old 01-19-2013, 09:18 PM   #3
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Agri supply is the cheapest price for these I've seen. Check out Bayou Classic Depot for regulators and other stuff.

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Thanks,
is BG from Bayou Classic?

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Bayou Classic (and others) build burner stands around the BG-14 cast iron burner. As was mentioned, agrisupply.com usually has the best price on the burner element...

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ok, got it.

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one other question. Doing some more research on these burners, and do you think the BG-14 high pressure would be too much for the mash tun, since I am only using it to heat my strike water and raise a decreased mash temp? Or is it needed for the mash tun because of my desire to do 10 gallon batches?

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Regardless of how you'll use each of the three burners, my primary reason for recommending the BG-14 is it's one of the few burners that can be readily changed from high pressure propane to low pressure natural gas, and that was on your list.

Beyond that, the BG-14 has a very wide and even flame pattern, and can be run very low, which helps avoid scorching, particularly when used with a direct-fired MT...

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Thanks day trippr, I appreciatte your info.

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