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Old 11-12-2012, 06:22 PM   #1
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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!!

 
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:35 PM   #2
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:41 PM   #3
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Very helpful.

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Old 11-12-2012, 06:49 PM   #4
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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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Very helpful.

The reason we join forums and post questions is to get the benefit of others personal experience, something both google and your smart comment fail to provide.
oh c'mon now, click the link, you'll get answers
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Old 11-12-2012, 08:30 PM   #6
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Very helpful.

The reason we join forums and post questions is to get the benefit of others personal experience, something both google and your smart comment fail to provide.
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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Old 11-12-2012, 09:05 PM   #7
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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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oh c'mon now, click the link, you'll get anserwers
Whether that's true or not, posting a LMGTFY link in response to a serious question violates the forum rules.
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:40 AM   #8
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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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Old 11-13-2012, 02:56 AM   #10
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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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