VainEnd84 Posted January 22, 2017 Share Posted January 22, 2017 So this is my first ever attempt a building a burner of any kind, so I figured a Frosty T burner would be a good place to start, simple and effective, it seems to have worked out rather well. I couldnt source a reducing 1" - 1/2" T so I had to use a 1" - 1/2" bushing to connect the tube to the T. Everything else is pretty much exactly as described in The Frosty T burner topic. Comments and crisicisms welcome, especially if it helps me make an even better burner. Here is video of it running in the middle I increase the pressure from 3 - 20 psi then back down to about 5 psi. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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