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Cast Iron Banjo Burner 10" (burner only)

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Cast Iron Banjo Burner 10" (burner only)

SKU: 40204

Burner jet without stand - requires regulator kit. Runs at 210,000 BTUs on propane only, and cannot be converted to natural gas. Includes brass orifice and air intake cover plate.
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Burner jet without stand - requires regulator kit. Runs at 210,000 BTUs on propane only, and cannot be converted to natural gas. Includes brass orifice and air intake cover plate.
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Awesome Burner
I bought two of the burners and regulators and they work awesome. Definitely worth the money.
January 21, 2013
good candidate for natural gas conversion
"doesn't convert to natural gas" is quite a lie. Bore the orifice out to 1/8" and it purs like a kitten. This burner is quite heavy, you'll need a decent stand to mount it to. Comes with an orifice to 3/8" flared fitting adapter and an extra set of screws. Good build quality and runs great on NG. Sample burn in the video._x000D__x000D_http://youtu.be/fHaK7brjvao
August 19, 2012
excelent
I bought this cast iron banjo Burner and start building it, it save me money and it take only few minutes to boil a 10 gallon wort compare to the other one that i built it take hour to boil a 5 gallon and it bore me waiting. I think i will changes the other one for my alcohol tank.
October 25, 2012
GREAT!
vary nice burners. they are huge and easy to mount. i did dock a star because on 1 of the 2 that i bought the machining of the burner was not that great. the other was was awesome. even with the issue with the machining both burners worked great. they are heavy so if your building a stand make sure your mounts can handle the weight.
November 4, 2012
I'm a little disappointed
The quality of the casting is no where near what the picture shows,but that is only cosmetic. What I was disappointed about is there is a piece of slag INSIDE it burner. I don't know if it will affect the performance or not but it shows a lack of quality control on the part of the manufacturer.
January 11, 2013
Solid Burner
The flame that comes out of this is simply perfection. First time I used it we had some pretty good wind picking up and I was still able to get boil on 8 gallons of fluid in about 20 mins. It does use a lot of gas, but what you get in return is worth it in my book. Couple this with a solid wort chiller and you will find your time well spent on brewing day.
June 2, 2013
Throws out heat but uses a lot of propane
It brings water to a boil quickly and easily maintains a rolling boil, but it also uses a lot of propane. Can't argue with the price though.
January 4, 2014
Powerful but.....
Perhaps this should be under the regulator, but when the directions say to use a tank over 3/4 full they mean it! Spent 2 hours trying to get this burner working with a half full tank - no luck. I borrowed a full tank from my neighbor and it worked fine first try, and worked great. So when you hit 3/4 of a tank expect to have to switch to another full tank or get the tank refilled.
November 29, 2011
Gives off heat, a lot of it ...
...but there are better burners available. The machining is so-so, which is all I'd expect from a unit priced at $40. Gives off a lot of heat, and boils water fast, at the cost of a lot of fuel.
December 15, 2012
Sucks propane
This burner blows through propane like nothing I've ever seen. I rarely get through two full boils without running out and I only use it for the boil! I heat strike and sparge water on the stove!
April 13, 2013
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Why do you claim this burner puts out 210000 btu when many other sites only claim 65000 to 100000? Is yours a better burner?
M A on Jun 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The burner is capable of 210,000 BTU output with a 20 psi or higher regulator as per the manufacturer
do they make a smaller banjo?
A shopper on Nov 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I don't believe they do but you really wouldn't want a smaller one. I have 3 of these burners on my Blichmann Top Tier stand and they are extremely quiet and efficient. Even if you have smaller kettles the flame can be adjusted accordingly if you use the air adjuster that is available.
What regulator kit is required - just the one I currently have on my propane tank or a specialized kit?
M U on Jul 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It works best with a 10-30 PSI high pressure regulator with a 3/8" connection. Cheers!

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