- Do you have any clients who have built in their Power Propane 160’s into their outdoor kitchens? Any chance you have pictures?
- My home will have a large propane tank, with pipes run to all appliances indoor and out. Is there a particular sized pipe I will beed to get the BTU’s your units are capable of?
- We have customers building outdoor kitchen with PowerFlamer propane 160. Unfortunately we did not ask for picture. Simple thing to observe when building the kitchen with the stove: maintain air flow from bottom of the stove. Many customers simply cut a hole slightly smaller than the wind guard top part such that the stove sits snuggly on the counter.
- To the stove you will need to maintain high pressure >30 PSI. Many home big tanks are installed such that only low pressure (~0.5PSI) comes out. This is not right for PowerFlamer propane 160 stove. Size the pipe such that it can deliver 200kBTU/Hr continuously.