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Multi Jet Propane Burner (Low Pressure) - 92,000 BTU
H212
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Description

This propane burner is the same as our H210 burner, but for low pressure propane applications. Twenty individual jets combine to produce heat that will boil your water or wort in a hurry. Should be installed and connected by a professional plumber. Flame height is 2 to 3". Ring Dia is 8" the inlet thread is 1/2" Female Pipe Thread.


These item is not intended for indoor use. These propane burners are not for use on portable propane tanks, they are for use with large propane tanks with regulators that typically feed a rural homes where natural gas is not offered.
 

Fire Warning: This product involves a flammable gas. We sell these products to use outdoor in well ventilated areas, if you are not sure about your install please consult a qualified plumber. Please use extreme caution when using.
 
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Item # H212
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 4LBS
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Waste of money
Leaky threads (even after sealing), unreliable lighting, noisy, sooty at reduced gas flow with no way to adjust air/fuel mix. Very disappointing.
May 26, 2016
Hot and Quiet
This burner works great, very quiet and more efficient than my old jet burner, We make a 10 gallon batch in a converted get, it gets us up to a boil fast and even has a pilot burner so you don't have to keep re lighting it.
May 1, 2014
Design Flaw
This burner looks the part and it has potential. The problem is the brass burner tips are not threaded using a tapered plumbers thread. The tips are set in place with some sort of glue. The first time brewing with these burners the unit worked very well. During the second brew session we noticed orange flame at the base of several of the burner tips. After we shut down and cooled everything off we noticed that several of the brass tips were loose. If you try to tighten them in you end up stripping them out (even if you're extremely careful).
I called MoreBeer and they went good on sending me 3 new burners to replace the ones on my unit. When I received the burners in the mail it appears that the same glue is used to keep the burner tips in place. I'm going to call back tomorrow and ask if I can send my old burners and the new ones back and go with something different.
Frustrating. Hopefully we can work out a solution.
December 1, 2013
Response from MoreFlavor
Run to your local hardware store and pick up a bottle of the paste stuff for gas fittings. Can't remember the proper name. I have 2 of the same design and that glue stuff leaks like a sieve. Once I took them out and sealed them with the pipe dope, it was fine.

cheers,

Paul
December 14, 2017
Paul H
Response from MoreFlavor
I agree. Even with the high temp thread seal, the jets leak around the threads. The other problem is that even when it is lit, some of the jets will arbitrarily go out. Relighting is temporary. Between the bad threads, the unreliable lighting and the noise like 747 taking off, I think this is a poorly designed burner.
December 14, 2017
Richard Beckley
Response from MoreFlavor
Run to your local hardware store and pick up a bottle of the paste stuff for gas fittings. Can't remember the proper name. I have 2 of the same design and that glue stuff leaks like a sieve. Once I took them out and sealed them with the pipe dope, it was fine.

cheers,

Paul
December 22, 2017
Paul H
Response from MoreFlavor
I agree. Even with the high temp thread seal, the jets leak around the threads. The other problem is that even when it is lit, some of the jets will arbitrarily go out. Relighting is temporary. Between the bad threads, the unreliable lighting and the noise like 747 taking off, I think this is a poorly designed burner.
December 22, 2017
Richard Beckley