JP V21 Vortex Burner – 3/8″ BSP inlet

The JP 21 Vortex burner with a unique non-blocking jet system is specifically designed for very fast wok cooking within busy commercial kitchens typically high powered Chinese wok cooking.
Ideal for all types and makes of wok cooker >2004. Made in the U.K.

Original price was: £189.00.Current price is: £170.10.

(2 customer reviews)

The JP V21 Vortex Burner is a circular cast iron burner with upward angled brass jets situated annually around the gas chamber, and featuring a removable cast iron central deflector.

Specifically designed for very fast wok cooking, the V21 Vortex Burner burner has a very good turn down facility and can be fitted to most standard Chinese cookers including ACK wok cookers.

Busy commercial kitchens will need to avoid any down time and will rely on quality burners to keep their businesses running smoothly. The V21 Vortex burner has a unique non-blocking jet system which will keep wok cookers operational and output to a maximum. Heat Release can be varied up to 145,000 BTU. Gas feed side entry with 3/8″ BSP inlet suitable for Natural Gas or LPG.

Ideal for all types and makes of wok cooker >2004.
Burner: 265mm diameter

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2 reviews for JP V21 Vortex Burner – 3/8″ BSP inlet

  1. Melinda Liu

    Highly recommend the v 21. An excellent burner and thanks for the fast delivery.

  2. Sam Jones

    Good burner – First choice for us every time.

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