I have not seen the ones from Gameco but I own a NASA and it is a beast, if you purchase one you will not be dissapointed.timmy said:Ok, I'm finally going to get myself a new burner,
I just want to know how the ones from gameco compare to the ones from g&g in terms of performance, easy to use etc.
cheers in advance.
Hjc Global Imports in Adelaide? that burner looks like a bloody flame thrower!.....I know I'll need one when I get into AG :super:Doc said:Go the NASA burner.
I bought mine from Global Imports in Adelaide. It came with the braided gas line and HP regulator. It is awesome.
I have the gameco burner, see http://brewiki.org/BrewPotStand.timmy said:has anyone tried the gameco version?
Woozies I've been able to turn the knob with the thing running about an hour. It gets fairly hot, that said the knob turns freely and doesn't need to turn far between stop and flat out.sosman said:Someone mentioned they used welding gloves to operate it[post="71429"][/post]
Yes, same here. I did use a welding glove to get near enough but discovered there was no need as you can easily use the other one.Doc said:On my NASA burner I do all the regulation on the regulator. I never have to touch the one on the stand.
Brizbrew said:I got a full one and it is already showing half empty on the fuse although I don't think they are that reliable.
Useless for measuring gas you mean, they do have another important use. h34r:warrenlw63 said:Brizbrew said:I got a full one and it is already showing half empty on the fuse although I don't think they are that reliable.
Gas fuse guages are basically useless. They have 3 positions. Full, half and empty and nothing in between. Best remedy is to have a second gas bottle on standby.