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Old 11-12-2012, 05:22 PM   #1
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Default Style of burner...

I'm going to be building a new burner stand out of unistrut to replace my Bayou Classic SP-10

I currently use a 15Gal Keggle as my boil kettle.

I need advice as to the best propane burner to use for this project.
I want it HOT but Quiter than the SP-10

any advice would be great!!

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Old 11-12-2012, 05:35 PM   #2
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The banjo style burners are both hot and quiet. I have a KAB6 and a SQ14 and either one would work for a 15.5 gallon keggle.

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oh c'mon now, click the link, you'll get answers
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Very helpful.

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My thoughts exactly! New brewer here...also looking to build a set-up. Sometimes a google search does not give the answers that help make a decision (and I have searched)...sometimes it might be one thing someone says that helps with a choice. Looking forward to insightful posts...
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I'm going to be building a new burner stand out of unistrut to replace my Bayou Classic SP-10

I currently use a 15Gal Keggle as my boil kettle.

I need advice as to the best propane burner to use for this project.
I want it HOT but Quiter than the SP-10

any advice would be great!!
I second the recommendation for the banjo/hurricane style. With high pressure the 10" puts out slightly more heat than the SP-10, but makes a fraction of the noise. They can also be converted to low pressure propane or natural gas (although this does reduce the BTU output significantly).

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Whether that's true or not, posting a LMGTFY link in response to a serious question violates the forum rules.
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Thanks guys... I'm leaning tward the 10" banjo ...
anyone know if the bottom of the burner has a threaded mounting hole?
I would love to mount it from a strut running below the center of theburner
I called Bayou and the girl had no idea...

AgingHopster... cute reply, but if I wanted google results I would not have posted the thread

Thanks again to the others

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Thanks guys... I'm leaning tward the 10" banjo ...
anyone know if the bottom of the burner has a threaded mounting hole?
I would love to mount it from a strut running below the center of theburner
I called Bayou and the girl had no idea...

AgingHopster... cute reply, but if I wanted google results I would not have posted the thread

Thanks again to the others
No hole in the bottom, there are 4 threaded mounting holes on the outside edges. I've seen a mounting style here that would work for you. Essentially a C shaped bracket that would bolt to your strut in the middle, and each end would hold up one side of the burner.

Edit: Here's what the bottom looks like-
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no hole in the bottom, there are 4 threaded mounting holes on the outside edges. I've seen a mounting style here that would work for you. Essentially a c shaped bracket that would bolt to your strut in the middle, and each end would hold up one side of the burner.
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