Originally Posted by doctorsbro
you must use high temp powder, regular powder will just burn right off around the burners when exposed to 600 degree+ temps, hi temp powders usually can withstand 1000-1200 degree temps continously like on exhausts etc. any powder shop should have some hi temp powder, if not they surely can get it for just a couple dollars more than regular powder, it also takes less bake time in theyre oven as well.
My brewstand is evidence that you do not have to use high temp powder. Yes, regular powder will experience bubbling, cracking, etc when exposed to directly to flame (this means that the flame it touching the brewstand), but can you show me a brewstand that is exposed to direct flame? If it's only a couple dollars more, then it shouldn't be an issue, but is it really only a couple dollars more?
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