ACK Turbo Burner Head

The Turbo Burner Head is one of the main component parts of the ACK Turbo Burner. The ultimate high speed, high performance wok burner for wok cookers capable of producing a stir fry in less than 1 minute. Suitable for wok cookers in the busiest Chinese restaurants and commercial kitchens who depend on the fastest and most efficient operation and capacity.

Special purchase

This ACK product can be ordered by calling us on 01761 453666 or send an enquiry at sales@ack-wokcookers.com

(4 customer reviews)

The ACK Turbo Burner is the leading high speed, high performance wok burner for wok cookers capable of producing a stir fry in less than 1 minute. The Turbo Burner Head is one of the main component parts.

By comparison the gas/heat input of the ACK Turbo Burner at 30-53kW is twice as powerful as the JP V21 Vortex burner. Constructed with heavy duty cast iron rings with a heat flue release at the back, this is the ultimate gas burner for the busiest Chinese restaurants and commercial kitchens who depend on the fastest and most efficient operation and capacity.

All parts easily lifted out for cleaning.

Boils a ladle of cold water in just 21 seconds

Made in the UK with CE safety standards approved.

Powerful turbo burner at 30-53 kW.
CE safety standards approved.
Heavy duty cast iron rings.
With heat flue release to back.

Special purchase

This ACK product can be ordered by calling us on 01761 453666 or send an enquiry at sales@ack-wokcookers.com

4 reviews for ACK Turbo Burner Head

  1. Simon Wei

    Excellent burner. Thanks you for helping.

  2. Andre Bottin

    Can’t really fault this. had ours sent in 24 hours.

  3. Praveen Jeswani

    Glad we ordered this. Excellent burner despite price.

  4. Vicky Chen

    Wow, this is fast. They say can cook faster than any other burner and I believe it. You do need to make sure you use the carbon steel wok because this gets really hot.

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