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Old 10-29-2010, 01:14 AM   #1
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Default "superb" burner replacement hose

Ok, I purchased a "superb" Professional Cookers one burner model second hand, and this is what I can find on it -
"Powerful, low-pressure burners allow you to boil, steam, deep-fry or stew any meal. Large, cast-iron cooking surface gives complete heat distribution. 1 and 2 burner models available. "

my question is this, anyone know where I can find a replacement hose/regulator for it? it has the old tank hookup on it, and I need to replace the hose so it will attach to the new tanks. anyone have any specs on these burners? btu output etc?


any and all help would be appreciated!



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Old 10-29-2010, 01:36 AM   #2
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This adjustable regulator should work with that burner:

http://www.agrisupply.com/product.asp?pn=64640&sid=&eid=



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Old 10-30-2010, 01:40 PM   #3
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This adjustable regulator should work with that burner:

http://www.agrisupply.com/product.asp?pn=64640&sid=&eid=
thanks but I need a female hookup on the burner side and I believe it is 3/8's.
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Post a close up pic of the burner. Typically, you can remove the fitting on the burner and replace it with the one on the hose. Usually these are 1/4" NPT x 3/8" flare and often the orifice is integral with this fitting;sometimes there's also a small ball valve also attached. Without a pic, I can only guess. Apparently the original configuration for the burner was "low pressure", however, you can use an adjustable pressure regulator with a high pressure orifice for vastly improved performance. I think that's the same burner that the SQ-14 uses, but need a pic to know for sure.

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figured out how to put on images

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all together
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unscrewed regulator
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Can you post a pic of the burner and whatever fitting is attached? There should be an orifice right at the air damper on the burner.

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the female end of pic one goes on the burner. I purchased a 3/8 hose type one hose that fit, but it was too short.

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Yes, that appears to be a 3/8" male flare fitting. You should be able to buy adapters to get from that to whatever is on the regulator hose that you buy. What was too short? The hose on the new regulator? How long does it need to be? Most regulators come equipped with a 3 ft. hose IIRC, which should be the same length as your old one. My old BBQ has that same type of hose and regulator shown in the first pics.



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