Camp Chef Maximum Output Single Burner StoveItem Number: 12843426
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The Camp Chef ® Maximum Output Single Burner Stove is designed to heat quickly and is ideal for brewing and boiling liquids efficiently. This stove boasts 60,000 BTU/hr and its small size makes it easily portable. The Maximum Output Cooker includes adjustable legs, detachable leg extensions and regular and three foot hose.
- Single burner stove designed to heat quickly and efficiently
- Compact and easily portable
- High pressure system
- Adjustable legs for leveling on uneven surfaces
- Detachable leg extensions
- Regular and three foot hose
- One year manufacturer's warranty
- Model: SH140L
- Camp Chef
For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-650-2433.
- Dimensions (base): 16" x 15 1/2"
- Cooking Area: 13" x 13"
- Height (w/out legs): 10 3/8"
- Height (with legs): 21 1/2"
- Output: 60,000 BTU
- Weight: 19 lbs
Country Of Origin: Imported
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Handy Tony Perfect for Home Brewing I have bin burrowing with my friends burner witch is the same as this one. The price from Dick's was the best I could find and also free shipping included. This burner is perfect plenty of BTU's and perfect height for brew pot when brewing Beer than at proper height for fermenter bottle to be under the brew pot valve for transferring the liquid after the cool down. Could not be more satisfied with this product also from buying from a website I felt safe with. The burner seems to be very well made and sturdy for holding a brew pot of 10.5 gallons. Valve by included regulator near propane tank very handy for adjusting flame. Burner in picture is my friends Burner that I borrowed but same one as the one I got from Dick's May 17, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by BenC Not well designed. The price was good. This is why I bought it. But I returned the product within 3-4 days as I did not find it safe to use. The biggest problem is that there is no flame control valve on the stove itself. A tiny and difficult to operate valve is at the far end of the gas hose that connects to the propane cylinder. This makes it very difficult to safely ignite the burners and control the flames. In my opinion, it would have been safer to have a control valve on the burner itself as is the case with the two-burner models. October 21, 2012
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