BURNER JET #640 0.85MM (0.0335)-1/8 NPTAlways OEM - Nothing generic, "equivalent" or off-brand.
There are several types of burners that are used in restaurant equipment, including gas burners, electric burners, and induction burners. Gas burners are fueled by natural gas or propane and are commonly used in stoves, ovens, and grills. Electric burners are powered by electricity and are used in a variety of cooking equipment, including countertop griddles, woks, and induction cookers. Induction burners use electromagnetic fields to heat cooking vessels and are known for their energy efficiency and fast heating times.
An infrared burner works by focusing the flame of a standard gas burner onto a ceramic tile that has thousands of microscopic holes in it. This converts the heat of the flame into infrared energy.
Burners are an essential component of many types of restaurant equipment and are used to prepare a wide range of dishes, from simple sandwiches to complex multi-course meals.
A jet is a usually forceful stream of an element (such as a fluid or gas) discharged from a narrow opening or a spray nozzle. Examples in foodservice equipment are found in burners, spray heads, rapid cook ovens, dish machines and more
American National Standard Pipe Thread standards, often called National Pipe Thread ("NPT") standards for short, are U.S. national technical standards for screw threads used on threaded pipes and pipe fittings. They include both tapered and straight thread series for various purposes including rigidity, pressure-tight sealing, or both. The various types are each named with a symbol and a full name; examples of the symbols include NPT, NPS, NPTF, NPSC, and others.
With a focus on increased kitchen efficiency, food safety and culinary quality, every Groen commercial cooking product is engineered to simplify and streamline preparation for any size operation. Developed with chefs and kitchen staff in mind, Groen commercial kitchen equipment features precision controls, advanced ergonomics and a variety of available power sources and mounting configurations.
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