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Old 02-11-2009, 01:32 PM   #21
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I use the same burner for my 50 gl mash tun with the Honewell gas valve, no problem.

Did you install the LP kit for your Honeywell valve?
The first thing I had to do adjust the pressure, remove the cap and set the
correct pressure for your burner.

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You should try this; Claudius is right. Take the cap off where you installed the spring and screw and play with some settings of the screw. I should have thought of this as I had to make some adjustments from the 11 turns.

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Edit: Oh wait; this was ont he burner without valves; never mind. You'll need this anyway when you get to those burners.


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This is the burner that I got, it does not say if it is LP and LP or not.

Here is the only description for it.

WITH 23 COPPER JET TIPS, L.P. GAS AND 175,000 BTU. MADE IN CHINA

Although I did like this one in SS tips, they didnt have this last time.


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Old 02-11-2009, 03:10 PM   #23
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Longshot; make sure you don't have any pipe dope blocking your jets from when you sealed. I had this happen with a couple of jets I sealed. I assume this is not the case since you are getting flame from hp regulator, but 3" flame seems very low to me regardless. I get about a two foot flame without choking it down. Other than that, I think it has to be your jets are wrong, if you are sure your beam is pressure tight.
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Jinkies. Adjustable regulator at the tank. Genius. Might even lead me to unplug my jets and stop obsessively trying to fix little leaks and avoid having teflon pipe gunk on my fingers the day after every brew day...

I just looked up the specs for the ASCO valves that I've got and their max PSI looks well within the range to operate at the 0-30 or 0-60 PSI range of the adjustable pressure regulator.

Is there anything that I may be missing about running up to 60 psi of gas through a ASCO 8210G094 valve? They are listed as rated for 150 max PSI air or inert gas. Unless I'm missing something - I'm assuming I'm ok. I'd really like to avoid blowing myself up, though, so if anyone can think of anything I'd appreciate a shout out.
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Old 02-11-2009, 10:42 PM   #25
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Jinkies. Adjustable regulator at the tank. Genius. Might even lead me to unplug my jets and stop obsessively trying to fix little leaks and avoid having teflon pipe gunk on my fingers the day after every brew day...

I just looked up the specs for the ASCO valves that I've got and their max PSI looks well within the range to operate at the 0-30 or 0-60 PSI range of the adjustable pressure regulator.

Is there anything that I may be missing about running up to 60 psi of gas through a ASCO 8210G094 valve? They are listed as rated for 150 max PSI air or inert gas. Unless I'm missing something - I'm assuming I'm ok. I'd really like to avoid blowing myself up, though, so if anyone can think of anything I'd appreciate a shout out.
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Think about the flow of gas here, if you can push gas at a variable rate (within the limits of your valves, and zero to 60 or zero to 30 psi ain't alot) you can idle any pressure you want, and I have (like Lonnie and others)a safety shutoff valve on the primary side of the pilot and the valve. To set this up correctly, idle those valves first, then regulate from the source. I can run my 18 tip Jet/wok burners from BIC lighter height to full out F18 Hornet jets safely, with just the right amount of BTU's, it also fixes the yellow flame issues so many people complain about, because they are not 02 starved. The Honeywell issue is simply another fine adjustment place in which you can adjust. I use STC valves, but this will work with all the valves most people use.

Here's a shot of the burners and valves on my setup:



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Thanks for the help mrbowenz, I ordered the 0-60 regulator today. I spent a frustrating morning trying to figure out what's wrong.

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I have had lots of experience with propane and natural gas. The 23 jet burners are usually designed for "Natural gas" and are jetted for this. If you try to run LP the jetting sizes prevents them from burning properly.

Natural gas is very low pressure and so the holes that the gas comes out of are larger. If you run propane on this burner it will be rich regardless of the pressure used because the gas holes should be smaller in a jet burner (brass tip) for propane.

Get the correct LP jets (resize them) or it will not work as is unless you use "Natural gas".
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If you run propane on this burner it will be rich regardless of the pressure used because the gas holes should be smaller in a jet burner (brass tip) for propane.

Get the correct LP jets (resize them) or it will not work as is unless you use "Natural gas".

I have already run propane on the burners,..... individually. They burn a nice blue flame... Just not enough gas flow to run all at once..
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I have had lots of experience with propane and natural gas. The 23 jet burners are usually designed for "Natural gas" and are jetted for this. If you try to run LP the jetting sizes prevents them from burning properly.

Natural gas is very low pressure and so the holes that the gas comes out of are larger. If you run propane on this burner it will be rich regardless of the pressure used because the gas holes should be smaller in a jet burner (brass tip) for propane.

Get the correct LP jets (resize them) or it will not work as is unless you use "Natural gas".
That's correct, if you are trying to run LP on NG burners, make sure your using the correct fuel for the correct burners, most vendors including the popoular "topfoodservice" have both NG and LP burners, trying to fire a burner will present major problems if the fuel sorce is incorrect.
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I recieved the 0-60 regulator in the mail today and tried it on my Brutus, worked like a charm. Just make sure you turn the valve on the regulator down when you first light the burner or you will burn off your retinas...


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