Looking for a source of a gas burner.
When I was a kid we had a square cast iron gas burner (worked on NG &
propane). orifices were ~ 1/2 in centers and the burner was ~ 9 X 18 to 20
I don't need a cast iron burner but do need something that has a somewat
even flame over 9 X 18 /20 inches and works on NG (propane in addition would
TIA for all input
Thanks. One or two looked good but as I found out when I dug into the
details those used catalytic burners which produced only heat no flame.
Frankly I can't find an online photo nor have I found anything in
junk/antiques shops that comes close.
I need a uniform/concentrated heat/flame source over a square area of 9 by
18-20 inch. I could use sand casting to build it myself but would rather
find an affordable OTS solution.
http://charlesahones.com/rectangular-gas-burners/ would do the job but the
cost is out of bed for my application so I'll keep looking/hooping.
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