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Old 02-20-2013, 04:09 PM   #1
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Default 170,000 BTU burner vrs 32,000 BTU, how do you tell difference??

A buddy gave me what he said was a 170,000 BTU burner but it looks like the 32,000 BTU burner on my cheap turkey fryer. Is there a quick way to tell if this is a high output burner? I have not used it yet.
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Old 02-20-2013, 04:11 PM   #2
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A buddy gave me what he said was a 170,000 BTU burner but it looks like the 32,000 BTU burner on my cheap turkey fryer. Is there a quick way to tell if this is a high output burner? I have not used it yet.
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Does the regulator have any PSI rating markings? 10psi and more than likely you're around the 40k mark. 40psi you're probably around the 200k mark.
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Does it look like this?

http://www.agrisupply.com/high-press...-btus/p/30295/

That's what i use to 16 gallons. Works great.
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Did not come with a regulator. BUT, I noticed in the pic, the burner 'stem' is offset from the part where the flame comes out. Is that the difference? A low power burner the stem hits the round part in the middle and the high power burner the stem hits the round part offset?
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