I'm building a Brutus 10 style single tier stand with an automated HLT and direct fired MT setup. I have some questions about the gas lines. First off, I'm using BG-14 LP Banjo burners converted to low pressure. I'd like to have valve-integrated standing pilots with safety valves on the HLT and MT only (I'll light my boiler with a manual spark ignition).
I've been searching and reading through the forum to find all of the parts I'll need for this. I liked the one-stop kit nature of the Y8610U setup (see this thread
for more on that), but if I read it right, that would mean over $230 per burner which seems excessive. It does have the added benefit of a "controller" to initiate a reignition sequence, but I don't need all that. For me, if a strong wind blows out my pilot I want the pilot and burner valves to shutoff, that's it.
Here's the list of gas parts that I think I need for each automated burner (I'm not including the liquid-side PID, etc). To all you experts, does this look right? (Sawdustguy, kladue, and others come to mind):
66.32 Honeywell VR8200A2132 Link
5.40 LP Orifice 390686-1 Link
5.65 Natural Gas To LP Conversion Kit Link
3.95 24" Thermocouple Link
15.95 Honeywell Q314A4586 Pilot Burner Link
[Prices may vary]
Thanks for looking! Your comments and suggestions are much appreciated.