Ok, I have a Northern Tool burner, http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_15490_15490?cm_mmc=Google-pla-_-Food%20Processing-_-Cooking%20Stoves%20%2B%20Burners-_-330973&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=330973&gclid=CJfJzu3GqLwCFQIOOgod8nMAIw
That is sitting at the bottom of the cabinet. My question is, I need to get propane to it. Now my concern is if I just use the standard hose that it'll be too short, and the bigger issue is heat. I'm afraid the hose will burn/melt and then BOOM.
I had originally thought about running black pipe to the burner and out, then rig a tank hookup outside for the propane. Problem is, I haven't been able to find the fittings to connect the burner to the pipe and the hose to the outside part. I've checked at Home Depot and a few local hardware stores as well as a fireplace store. Nobody knows.
Any help would be appreciated. What fittings do I need? Or, are my concerns unfounded?