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    Power Burners

    Looking into power burners as we begin our redesign of our outdoor area. Do you have one? What do you like and not like?

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    I have the Eastman kahuna burner. Will heat anything in almost no time.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Polarbear777 View Post
      I have the Eastman kahuna burner. Will heat anything in almost no time.
      That’s a little different than the power burners, but glad it’s working well. Similar BTU though.

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        https://www.seriouseats.com/2020/08/...er-review.html

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          #5
          Do you mean more like an IR searing burner? Lots of those to choose from as well.

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            #6
            Arrow are you looking for a built in solution, or a free standing burner? I have two outdoor burner style cookers - a Bayou Classic 60,000 BTU patio burner, and a King Cooker 2 burner stand that I like, which has a 65,000 BTU standard "banjo" burner, and a 105,000 BTU jet burner. They all get the job done, and boil or fry much much faster than any other burners I have used.

            Bayou Classic (I paid about $50):

            https://www.amazon.com/Bayou-Classic.../dp/B0009JXYQ4

            King Kooker:

            https://www.kingkooker.com/Heavy-Dut...r_94-90tkd.htm


            That said, if you don't need 60,000 or more BTU's, I would look really hard at the Camp Chef 16" series of propane stoves. They have 30,000 BTU's per burner, up to 3 burners, and have a ton of accessories available.

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            • jfmorris
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              barelfly I think the hose is about 36" long. It would probably work up on a table, if the tank was below or beside the table. I wouldn't want to spend the money replacing the regulator on a brand new cooker - I think there are others that have longer hoses.

            • jfmorris
              jfmorris commented
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              barelfly if your wok has a metal handle look at the jet burners... even more btu's than the banjo burners.

            • Dadof3Illinois
              Dadof3Illinois commented
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              barelfly I set mine on a table for frying fish and it works great.

            #7
            Gator Pit jet burner!! It’s so heavy duty!! I love mine!!

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            • Polarbear777
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              Which one? Pics?

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            Polarbear777
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              Polarbear777 http://gatorpit.net/fryers-and-fire-pits.html

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              • scottranda
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                It’s like 40 pounds. Super sturdy.

              • Polarbear777
                Polarbear777 commented
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                What is the width of the flame off that? Probably perfect for general use and boiling. Wondering if it would work for a wok, that is if I ever consider doing built-in.

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              Polarbear777 it sits perfectly!!!!!
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                #11
                I too am shopping for a power burner to install in my outdoor kitchen in a new home we are building in CO. I want it to be built-in though. Does anyone have experience with Blaze products. I looked at the Blaze Professional LUX natural gas unit (BLZ-PROPB-NG) and it looks pretty good. 60,000 BTU and it is only 15-3/4" wide, so it doesn't take a lot of real estate.

                I would appreciate any thoughts or suggested alternatives.

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                  #12
                  I went withe Alfresco Power Burner. Still on order but it looks good.

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