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Old 04-11-2012, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default Valve-Orifice from Brewers Hardware Question

Ok.. so I am trying to piece together what all I need to start plumbing my brewstand and I have a question for those that might know. Does the valve/orifice linked below act as a low pressure orifice and a needle valve to control the flame or would I need it an a needle value to fine tune things?

http://www.brewershardware.com/Valve...or-BURN10.html

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Old 04-12-2012, 05:55 AM   #2
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it is a low pressure orifice/needle valve all in one

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It's actually a ball valve i believe, but it does control flame size pretty well. I have one on each of my burners, and they're pretty easy to adjust to dial in my flame.

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It's actually a ball valve i believe, but it does control flame size pretty well. I have one on each of my burners, and they're pretty easy to adjust to dial in my flame.
So you dont use needle valves at all, just the orifice/valve setup to tune the flame? Just trying to figure out if I need to buy needle valves too so I can start buying up the parts I need... and based on the two posts above I guess I can skip the separate needle valves. Thanks guys.
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So you dont use needle valves at all, just the orifice/valve setup to tune the flame? Just trying to figure out if I need to buy needle valves too so I can start buying up the parts I need... and based on the two posts above I guess I can skip the separate needle valves. Thanks guys.
You do not need to get needle valves as well. I have the same valve on my NG set up and control the flame perfectly from that orifice/valve you linked. Its gets kind warm, as it screws directly into the burner, but not that bad.
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