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Thread: 400 K ring burner

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    400 K ring burner

    Hope someone can help me out with this one. I have a 400 K ring burner for a 7 bbl brew kettle. It is set up for natural gas and I need to convert it over to propane. Can some one point me in the right direction on how to rejet this type of burner. Also maybe a company I can call and get info on this type of burner. AGAIN thanks for the help

    Kyle

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    Your local propane supplier will have the jets.

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    Hey thanks, I were thinking that I needed to get a special jet for that burner but i will give it a shot and hope that its a universal jet.

    Thanks again

    Kyle

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    Beer Beer more Beer

    If you cant get them local call BBMB and they can get them for you!
    http://www.morebeer.com/
    Doug A Moller
    Brewmaster
    Doug's Brau Haus
    (405)226-3111

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    I just contacted a company named teeco that deals with propane burners and parts, they have the identical burnerr on there wbsitehttp://www.teecoproducts.com/Catalog/I6.htm#2
    its the x-88 w/640 and they want 1600$ for the burner. Anyways when I asked him about replacing the jets on the one I own over to propane jets he mentioned that they were 7$ a piece. Wow thats 616$ just to rejet the burner over to propane.. Does this sound right?? it sounds awfully high to me!!

    Kyle

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    Burner

    http://www.morebeer.com/product.html?product_id=17252
    this is a 300,000 btu propane burner and they can get just the jets also!
    Doug A Moller
    Brewmaster
    Doug's Brau Haus
    (405)226-3111

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    Yea, thanks Doug. I called up morebeer and talked with one of there welders and he ordered me some jets for my burner. 2$ a piece instead of 7$ what a savings when your ordering 88. hey thanks for the help!!

    Kyle

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