11/25/2023 – Our PowerFlamer Propane 160 Integrated Stove has incorporated a bigger burner. With 44% more flame area, the stove should heat up the wok better and improve cooking experience. The new burner keeps the key feature of all PowerFlamer stoves – continuous heat adjustment.
For the latest generation PowerFlamer propane 160 stoves as of December 2022, we have integrated the wind guard and the wok support ring. Integration of wind guard and wok support ring enables smooth flame flow from the burner to the wok and outside. For the detail look of the new wind guard, please visit out product page at https://outdoorstirfry.com/product/powerflamer-propane-160-long-lead-time/.
During cooking, wok handle is preferred not subjecting to direct flame for safety of the cook. Typical wok support has one long vertical wall to accommodate the wok handle by fencing off the flame . The new wind guard provides flexibility allowing final installation with three options to mount on to the burner base plate, thus enabling 3 preferred positions for wok handle as below.
Position 1 with wok handle to the front of the stove.
Position 2 is 120 degrees counter clockwise from the front of the stove.
Position 3 is 120 degrees clockwise from the front of the stove.
I was wondering if I can use the wok burner connected to my house’s stationary gas tank instead of a portable tank.
IF your line from your stationary tank has >30PSI pressure, yes the stove will work. However what we learn is that stationary tank typically has a master regulator that step down to too low pressure before connecting to the line to feed the house. In this case you will need to install another line in front of the master regulator. This new line pressure needs to be > 30 PSI but < 250PSI.
I am interested in buying a high quality wok burner. I live the Manniu. X76. how does your burner compare. What model would you have that would be comparable?
Just to clarify, are you using a Manniu X76 now? Where can we take a look at it?
I do not have a Manniu at all right now. I love the infrared concept of the burner for its efficiency on gas. Her is a like to what it looks like. I like that the can has fins to hold the wok that are flat on top so it can be used to boil large stock pots etc. and not be used exclusively for a wok. https://www.roaring-dragon.com/en/.
The following is a Manniu X72. You will see that the burner can only is usable with a wok as the flame guard is not flat to allow another type of pot to be put on the burner. https://www.thewonderwok.com/
I plan to make my own Stainless wok cart and flush mount the Can in the table as you have seen in both of the links provided. What is the ship time on your 16 for LP and what would the total cost be delivered to Liberty, SC 29657.
Our PowerFlamer Propane 160 is out of stock but expect to be available in next couple weeks
Roaring Dragon is in Germany. Wonderwok might be in USA. Manniu 24KW X76/X72 is about 80kBTU/Hr, half of our PowerFlamer 160. Our wok adaptor ring fins define a flat surface as well. If your flat bottom pot diameter is >13″, you can put it on top of PowerFlamer 160 directly.