PowerFlamer Natural Gas 160 Fixed Installation and 120 Quick Connector – Long Lead Time

$219.98$299.98

Please Note that these stoves use natural gas as fuel.   They do not work with propane gas.

You can pre-order here (your money charged) to be placed into our waiting list.  Although lead time (pre-order to ship) can range as long as 1 week, shipping will be according to the sequence in this waiting list, first pre-order first ship once products become available.  Placing pre-order here indicates that you accept this long lead time condition.  You can always contact us with questions.

Please note – FixedInstalltion option: 0-160kBTU/Hr.  Quick Connector option: 0-120 kBTU/Hr.

Description

These stove products have long lead time from pre-order to ship due to various factors such as manufacturing capacity, inventory (in stock or not) etc..  If you can tolerate such long waiting time,  you can pre-order above into our waiting list. 

PowerFlamer Natural Gas 160 Burners: the burner is cast iron. This burner is designed for fixed installation purpose.  Our PowerFlamer Natural Gas 160 fixed installation burners can be adjusted from 0 to 160kBTU/Hr.   The PowerFlamer Natural Gas 160 burners do not go with any hose, the connector from the burner is 5/8″ OD (15/16-16 thread) flare. This is a connector of typical dimension to connect to a natural gas pipe line using a stainless fixed installation hose. The stainless hose is not included in the stove package. It is commonly available from any local hardware store. Depends on actual installation site situation, additional installation hardware may be needed as well. There is a couple pictures of a usage example with a stainless gas line fixed hose (yellow) in the Usage Examples section.

PowerFlamer Natural Gas 120 Burners with Quick Connector: the burner is cast iron. This burner is designed for purpose of quick connect – plug and cook.  Our PowerFlamer Natural Gas 120 with quick connector burners can be adjusted from 0 to 120kBTU/Hr continuously.  The PowerFlamer Natural Gas 120 burners go with a 5 feet flexible hose.  The hose ends are equipped with a 3/8″ female flare connector and a male quick disconnector.   A matching female quick connector socket will be also sent with the package to be installed onto a natural gas pipe end.  A quick connector set has a plug (male) and a socket (female).  The plug is installed onto the hose while the socket will need to be installed to the natural gas pipe.

Each of these burners has a pilot light. You can use a long nose BBQ ignitor to light up the pilot and have the pilot stay for your entire cooking process.  The pilot flame is optimal at length of 1 inch.  The wind guard is in galvanized steel without paint.   On top of the wind guard is a flexible wok adapter. This flexible wok adapter allows the cook to adjust to his cooking position. The heat from these stoves are equivalent to restaurant type stove power. In order to achieve highest possible heat from natural gas, we use jet type burner which does  not always maintain blue flame.  Videos on the flame pattern and how to get out of yellow flame can be found in the document section.

If your cooking style involves wok tossing, you might want to consider purchasing long leg stabilizer adaptors.  Description and usage examples of the long leg stabilizers are at product page of  stabilizers.   Stove cover is at stove cover.

Long leg version dimension is 24x13x32 inches.  Short leg version dimension 24x13x11 inches.  Distance between short legs is 13 inches.

(PF13LFN160, PF13SFN160, PF13LFN160_Cover, PF13LFN160_Stabilizers, PF13LFN160_Stabilizers_Cover, PF13SFN160_Cover, PF13LQN120, PF13SQN120, PF13LQN120_Cover, PF13LQN120_Stabilizers, PF13LQN120_Stabilizers_Cover, PF13SQN120_Cover)

Additional information

Weight 29 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 13 × 32 in
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Stabilizers

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Stove Cover

Add stove cover, No stove cover

Documents

PF13xQN120 Natural Gas 120 Burner with Quick Connector flame pattern is similar to a PF13LQN160 PowerFlamer Natural Gas Fixed Installation Stove Flame, with different max heat rating.

How to move away from yellow flame?

Usage Examples

Here are a couple pictures of utilizing a yellow stainless flexible hose, readily available in local hardware store, to connect a PowerFlamer Natural Gas 160 Fixed Installation burner to a natural gas pipe.

Yellow Stainless Flexible Hose Pipe EndYellow Stainless Flexible Hose Burner End

Here are a couple pictures of customer pot sticking with a skillet.

PF13SFN160 PF13SFN160

Q&A

Only difference between PF13LQN120 & PF13LFN160 is gas connect method?

Inquiry:  Hi there,  Is the only difference between the PF13LQN120 & PF13LFN160 the gas connect method; quick connect vs. direct?   If so, is everything else identical between on two models (the burner, size, height, etc)?   I don’t understand how there can be a 40k BTU difference in output if the only difference between the […]

How tall does the flame from a PF13LFN160 reach?

Customer (PF13LQN120): Looking at the videos, it seems that the flame on the natural gas burner extends far above the top of the wok height when used with full power. Is this correct? If so, I’m concerned that it will be a fire hazard to the surrounding area. Do you have any recommendations? Outdoorstirfry: Good […]

trying to choose between two stoves

Inquiry: I need a high powered outdoor fixed gas stove for my wife to stir fry. I think I want either the PowerFlamer PF13LFN160 or the EasyFlamer EF13LFN50WG, but the descriptions are incomplete. Can you tell me please: – What is the btu for the EasyFlamer EF13LFN50WG? – Does the PowerFlamer PF13LFN160 have an igniter? […]

thanks-giving

Customer (PF13SFN160):  Want to say thanks (as in Thanksgiving) for the 160, short-legged.   The weather here in upstate New York has become very wintery, some snow and cold too, but did cabbage with garlic and peppers.  It works great, I would have chosen the “Mongolian” style burner too (I’ve seen it referred to as that […]

hole in an outdoor kitchen tabletop

Customer (PF13SFN160):  Just got delivery yesterday (the PF13SFN160) and it looks great. Thank you! Is there way to install it as a burner by making a hole in an outdoor kitchen tabletop? As in, have the grey wok ring above the countertop and most/all of the windguard and base below? Or is there a need to […]

natural gas stove for my outdoor kitchen

Inquiry:    Hi- I am building an outdoor kitchen and recently came across your product after a significant amount of research. I am looking for a natural gas wok burner and can’t find anything that gets in the BTU range 0-160 that yours does. Is this correct? do I need to discuss anything with the […]

Only difference between PF13LQN120 & PF13LFN160 is gas connect method?

Inquiry:  Hi there,  Is the only difference between the PF13LQN120 & PF13LFN160 the gas connect method; quick connect vs. direct?   If so, is everything else identical between on two models (the burner, size, height, etc)?   I don’t understand how there can be a 40k BTU difference in output if the only difference between the […]

Pilot

Keep pilot flame about 1 inch in length.

Rain Cover

flipping wok upside down to cover the burner.

Strategy Against Coronavirus

Customer (PF13LQN120):  Due to the Coronavirus,  I am cooking at home with a restaurant like high power stove. Outdoorstirfry:   I think you are making a good choice to stay more at home.  Bests.

Smell Gas

Customer (PF13LQN120):  I just installed my burner. A few questions:   1. Is it normal to not see the flame in daylight? 2. I smell unburnt gas when using… is it possible all the gas it not burning up? 3. What is the round cast iron ring for? Must it be used at all times?  […]

How tall does the flame from a PF13LFN160 reach?

Customer (PF13LQN120): Looking at the videos, it seems that the flame on the natural gas burner extends far above the top of the wok height when used with full power. Is this correct? If so, I’m concerned that it will be a fire hazard to the surrounding area. Do you have any recommendations? Outdoorstirfry: Good […]

I am boiling 6 gallons of tea in a 16″ diameter pot

Inquiry: what is better for my applcation,the EF13SQN50WG or PF13SQN120?  I am boiling 6 gallons of tea in a 16″ diameter pot. Outdoorstirfry: Good question.   EF13SQN50WG flame is short.   So you will not have flame coming around to the vertical outside wall of your 16″ pot.   This will not be fast cooking.    We have customer […]