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NE A2SP-6F High Pressure Turbo Wok Burner, Dark Gray $183.26 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Similar to the rambo wok burner supplied by Auscrown, this one is rated 60+ MJ/hour. Similar design, comes with hose and regulator.
Also advantage of this is the burner centerpiece is brass vs steel of the rambo which can rusts over time.

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  • +3 votes

    Ohh the Indians love these things! I sell BBQs and they come in asking for them so they can cook in their living rooms.

    • +4 votes

      I never knew that. I thought wok burners were more associated with cantonese style cooking.
      Also never use this in the living room please unless you want to burn the house down or die from carbon monoxide poisoning.

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        I kindly refuse sale to them. It's extremely dangerous what some of them do!

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        The ring is not brass, just looks like brass.

        It says cast iron in the blurb.

    • +2 votes

      Ohh the Indians love these things! I sell BBQs and they come in asking for them so they can cook in their living rooms.

      Nah. Not a high-pressure burner. Never inside.

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        There should always be the show kitchen which is used purely for prep and then the real kitchen out back with all the wok hei.

        • +1 vote

          Yep, I prep in the kitchen, carry the food outdoors, literally 30 seconds later in a cloud of super white wok hei smoke I'm done!

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    I need this. But where do you actually mount this to?

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    Not sure about this part

    the campground next to your cosy tent.

    Might be a tad overkill.

  • +2 votes

    These are a great investment (I've got the Rambo) if you like Asian food (Cantonese, Thai, Viet). You simply can't get the heat required to get that authentic char flavour associated with many of these foods with a regular stovetop wok burner.

    As a point of comparison, a standard stovetop wok burner is 13mj/h, this is 60mj/h.

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      Oof, and i thought my 21mjh burner was good

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        21mjh burner

        Adorable!

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          Hey it seems to be the largest you can get on most stovetops (turns out mine is actually 22mjh, but still)

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            @Jenny Death: Oh, that's on an indoor stove top…… That's impressive from natural gas.

            What brand is that?

            • +1 vote

              @ash2000: Highland, its a 5 burner stove. Has been reliable so far.

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                @Jenny Death: bosch got a 22mj 5 burner stove which i uses. i think its the maximum mj's you can get for inside use

      • +1 vote

        60Mj /h is 16.6KW so this gas wok burner can pump out twice as much heat as all four of my induction hotplates combined.

        • +1 vote

          And equally as importantly, focused into a very small area.

    • -2 votes

      Watch out for the oil for these burner, wrong oil used = cancer

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        I usually use peanut or other high smoke point oils.

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        If you are referring to olive oil that was debunked a long time ago.

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          Link?

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        Peanut oil suitable?

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      Got the Rambo as well and it’s fantastic.
      Must have if you enjoy Asian food…..just can’t get the same power on a stove top burner or bbq side burner

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        Good lord yes, BBQ side burners are near on useless, they're at best about 12mj.h, and with the slightest breath of wind it's a tiny fraction of that.

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    I want this so badly, I currently use a 3 ring lpg burner that I was given for outside with my $20 Harris Scarfe carbon steel wok and couldn't be happier. Smoke factor is epic.

    I use my wok almost exclusively and use it 4-5 times a day for years now and use it for everything. I've used all clad cookware and would rather cook a steak in a wok any day of the week.

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    So we can connect to usual 9kg gas bottles?

    • +1 vote

      Correct. Make sure they're full/near full though as they rely on high pressure. Efficacy reduces as the bottle empties.

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    Any thoughts against using this for camping?

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      please don't…. We have enough bushfires. Stay close to a free public bbq Park as a real ozbargainer

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        Gas bbqs and burners are fine. it's the charcoal or wood fired that spit embers that lead to fires in dry season.

  • +2 votes

    awesome, got one. Thanks OP.

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    I have the Rambo high pressure burner which is similar to this model - it's awesome.

    Definitely use it outdoors because it generates A LOT of heat so you'll heat up a room very quickly, burn the ceiling, or burn the house down.

    I use it for char kuey teow / flat rice noodles and it gives a good char to the noodles - better than what you'd find at most restaurants.
    To give you an idea how hot this thing is - when you throw chopped garlic on it, you have ~5 seconds tops before the garlic is burnt, whilst a kitchen stove might take…i dunno…20 seconds to a minute?

    You can attach a regular LPG gas bottle to it.

    If you're wondering how it compares to 36MJ/hr burners like this (https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/auscrown-triple-ring-lp-burner-...), I believe they're more appropriate for soups/boiling because it heats up a larger surface area, whilst these high pressure burners condense all the heat into one little ring in the middle…and it produces 60% more heat I guess.

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      which one is the best for budget do you think?

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    Is there a version I can connect to natural gas bayonet fitting?

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      There are but they are not high pressure burners. At most you'll get 20-30 MJ/hour.

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        Do you have a link for the burner to use natural gas?

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          You can't do Natural Gas unless you're a registered plumber. Because the flow rate isn't compressed like LPG you need to modify the Jets, hose and remove the regulator, it's a totally different setup.

          Also, NG doesn't burnt as hot as LPG because the flow rate is less, so why would anyone want NG on a wok burner?

          You can't just plug and play anything NG, a registered plumber has to do it.

          Whenever these wok burners are sold, dodgy illegal shit shortly follows.. like people trying to install bayonet sockets themselves and modify gas equipment without a registered plumber or trying to cook inside without a range hood.

          What follows after that is them saying they didn't do something right and how they're lucky to be alive after being in hospital for the past month. (True story!!!!)

  • +2 votes

    Just received it now and opened it. slightly larger than the rambo and the cast iron appears to be coated. fun times ahead!

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      can this one hook on the gas outlet in al fresco?

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        That's usually natural gas mains while this requires LPG which is typically your bbq gas bottles.

  • +1 vote

    Can we use this indoor with range hood ? I have a dirty/smoke/wet kitchen with LPG cook-top on top of a heat proof bench and a range-hood. Can I replace my cook-top with this high pressure burner ?
    Thank you for your advice.

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      You'll need a high power range hood as well. A typical Good Guys range hood has extraction capacity at 200m3/hr. An Asian style range hood can go beyond 1200m3/hr.

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        Thanks @kevorulez.
        I do have Asian style range-hood (not so good looking, but extract air very well).

  • +1 vote

    Just be careful when using this burner for those that purchased it. On medium heat I actually burnt off my seasoning as I wasn't paying attention and didn't put oil in fast enough RIP.
    It feels stronger than my last rambo, medium setting was enough to make my wok go red hot.