Month: February 2016

High pressure LPG burner

Inquiry:  Any pics of the actual burner you can share? Also, what is the appropriate size for a 14″ wok? Outdoorstirfry:   Which product are you interested in seeing a picture of the burner?  A 14″ wok typically has its diameter

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Questions for an immediate buying decision

Inquiry:   You have a great site but I still have a few questions: [1]  Under the info provided for the Power Flame with Electronic Ignition, it states the height of the short leg stoves is either 7″ or 12″ depending

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How long does a full 20 lb. can of propane last when turn up to full 16000 BTU?

Inquiry:  How long does a full 20 lb. can of propane last when turn up to full 16000 BTU? Outdoorstirfry:  If you consider using the top heat power (i.e., 160kBTU/Hr from a PF13L160 stove) to cook every dish, a 20lbs

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More on what the “C” means in the model number

Inquiry: Please elaborate on what is meant by the “C” in the model number of the PowerFlame burner means that it is configurable. Configurable in what way compared to those with just “S” in the model number? Outdoorstirfry: C: configurable

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The description say it gives 160,000 btu/hr. Is this correct? This is probably the highest capacity i came across for a portable burner.

Inquiry: The description say it gives 160,000 btu/hr. Is this correct? This is probably the highest capacity i came across for a portable burner. Outdoorstirfry: Yes this is correct.

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Is the burner and regulator assembly detachable from the console?

Inquiry: Is the burner and regulator assembly detachable from the console? Outdoorstirfry: We are not sure what you mean by console.   The regulator (red) is attached to the red hose.  The red hose is attached to the burner at

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need high btu

Inquiry: Does the PF13L160 does it come with wind guard, the picture shows no wind guard for this model? can it be used with a standard grill home type propane? will this 13″ burner fit a 14″ and 18″ wok?

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