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To help make it a true all temps smoker including cold smokeing.Get a adjustable pressure regulator with a fine tuneing needle valve.Here is some info.http://www.wedlinydomowe.com/smokehouse-plans/smokehouse-burner It's at the bottem of the page.
I used a 0-60psi pressure regulator from tractor supply. ($20)
The ring on the valve stem locks the dial in whatever position I want.
On a pipe burner(or on this one at least) there's only so much range you can get before you have to rethink your orifice sizes and/or manifold size.
Gas volume and pressure will only do so much.
I know because I've been experimenting with different manifold designs for the last few days.
This one is my favorite so far:
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.Are you taking that cool tool "Trick-or-Treating" ..... Bet you'd get more than candy... I want one of those swords.... Dave
(Probably a horrible idea.)
It's just a shell of 18guage sheet steel shaped like a sword.
If I swing it too fast, the flame goes out.
If I let it rest point down, the flames crawl up the handle and burn the cr#p out of my hand.
If I hit anything with it, it'll bust apart(or explode).
It's more dangerous to the wielder than the enemy.
I can't see there being any use in it other than as a way to get me thrown in jail.
I was considering making a slot in the front of the Buffalo's fire box under the rack (where the splits sit) and using it as a removable log starter.
I'll need to see how well THAT works because otherwise it's getting tossed for safety's sake.
I am digging that burner. It looks like you could very easily give your pit the whole Viking theme (given the helmet on your profile pic and the sword burner.) I am wondering though, how long will that burner last, given its' thickness and the metal fatigue that occurs from repeated use?
I'm wondering now; What kind of steel do burner manufacturers use?
I'm guessing 316...?
Extensive, years-long comparative metallurgy isn't my idea of fun, so if someone would just kindly tell me what to build it out of I'll make it happen.
Mind you, I'm still wondering if it's not gonna be too odd/inconvenient to use.
Picture the dragon's head prow jutting up from the front of the tank, round shields along the side...