Camp Chef Single Burner Outdoor Cooker
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- Features one 60,000 BTU/hr Maximum Output cast burner
- The Drum-style burner housing offers centralized heat distribution
- The Maximum Output system provides a wide range of cooking options
- The detachable legs make this burner easy to set-up and take down
- 16.5 Inches by 10.75 Inches by 16.25 Inches
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Camp Chef: The Way to Cook Outdoors
High Pressure Single Burner Cooker
From boiling, brewing, frying or whatever the job might be, this little stove has the power to get it done. The maximum output high-pressure burner system heats mass amounts of liquid in a hurry and will maintain it at boiling temperatures making it a great cooker for home canning and sea food boils. The small compact stove is also a great item to have on hand for emergency preparedness.
Cast Iron Burner, Built Out of Durable, Powder Coated Steel
Light-weight and portable - ready for you to take it anywhere. Features:
- High out-put
- High pressure
- Boils and heats water very quickly
- Removable/reversible legs for storage and portability
- Regulator and 3 ft. hose included
- Durable, rugged design built to last
Cooking Pot Not Included
Adjustable flow valve lets you adjust the heat.
Dimensions (base): 20 x 20 inches
Cooking Area: 15 inch Diameter
Height: 16 inches
Output: 60,000 BTU
Weight: 11.5 lbs.
From the Leader in Outdoor Cooking
Great tasting food will always bring people together and Camp Chef has that figured out. As an industry leading manufacture for more than 20 years, Camp Chef produces high quality products offering efficient ways to cook for almost any outdoor gathering. From social functions to campouts or even dinner on the back patio, Camp Chef can do it all.
Top Customer Reviews
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This stove is the brother to the SH-140L deluxe high pressure, both can do the job, PROS: to this model is it will hole a round pot better, and the way the legs store. The SH 140L has the cloverleaf design that is a bit heavier duty and a higher cooking height.
Camp Chef SH-140L High Pressure Single Burner Cooker with Detachable legs and Clover Leaf Surface, Black
Overall you can go wrong with these stoves.
If you are looking for more camp cooking check out the modular cooking or the mountain series.
Camp Chef Explorer Series EX-60LW 2-Burner Modular Cooking System, Black
Camp Chef Mountain Series 3 Burner Camping Stove
From the field to the grill!
Here is what I don't like:
-They always paint the tops of these things. Expect it to burn off, stink horribly, turn white. What doesn't burn off will flake all over the place. I know it looks better painted, but it's annoying.
-For some reason, every time I lite this thing, the flame shoots back up the burner and I get a little flame at the end of the hose where the air inlet is located. It blows out easily enough, but I don't like flame where it's not supposed to be, so watch for that.
-I think a better hose would be nice, but it does regulate the flame from full on to low flame reasonably well. I did get a kick out of the label that says to keep flammables 10 feet away, and the hose is 2 feet long.
Here is what I like:
-My 12 gallon pot fits on it perfectly, of course your results might be different, but my pot is wider than tall and the base fits just inside the ring while sitting on the platform bars. The top ring is nice and large.
-It's very stable. I never felt like the pot was going to rock or parboil me if I bumped it by accident.
-People say these things are loud, but I don't really think it's that loud. Certainly louder than your grill, but once you hit temp you can crank it down to sustain temp. That's much quieter, and more fuel efficient. It sounds about like if you went to your car and released a bunch of air out of your valve stem.
I think it's a perfect stove for brewing, with sufficient temp control and plenty of power. I'm sure it would work great for frying stuff, or pretty much anything that requires large amounts of hot liquid.
Overall, I'm happy with the solid build. I purchased the extended legs and it supposes to add another 13 inches as advertise but it only added 11 in. So from original cooktop height 15.5 in, got up to 26.5 in (claimed to be 28.5+ inches tall). Not very happy about this but well, too late now. If I knew this ahead, I would have spend the money at Home Depot custom make my own extension bars.
About Propane Consumption:
This is a high output burner at 60000 BTU/hr. Therefore, with the low output burner at 30000 BTU/hr, the consumption and cost below will be divided in half.
Camp Chef SHP-RL Propane Consumption and Cost
20 lb propane tank holds 360000 BTU/hr.
Camp Chef SHP-RL Burner Max Output 60000 BTU/hr.
Propane last: 360000/60000 = 6 Hours (at Max Output)
20 lb propane = 4.6 gallons.
4.6 gallons x $3.34 (at U-Haul, AZ) = $15.36 Refill Cost
$15.36/6 Hours = $2.56 per hour of usage.
It's been 1 year and 3 weeks since we purchased this cooker. We use the cooker for Chinese style high output wok-cooking. We use it average 3-4 times a week. Finally our first 20 lb propane tank had ran out of propane. We can't believe how long it last. It's a money saver and yet very powerful cooking exp. Love it!!
1) Powerful - the BTU rating of this burner (60,000 BTUs) is much higher than burners in this price range offered by other companies. I have used this for turkey/fish fries, and a crawfish boil, and it is very good at getting to temperature quickly.
2) The throttle valve is very effective at even minor flow changes. It also holds flow constant after being set. Before using it, I was worried that the high output of the burner would result in difficulties in fine adjustments to the propane throttle flow - no issues.
3) The burner disassembles into two parts - the lower section with the legs can be unscrewed and flipped around to minimize the overall size for storage and transport. My biggest gripe with other burners is how big and unruly they can be to store. After flipping the leg section around, I store the burner in its original box.
4) Platform that holds the pot is sufficiently large to hold a wide range of pots/pans
5) Burner is sturdy and the paint/finish has been durable so far (15 months).
None so far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Legs wobble, didn't even come with detachable legs. Flame isn't really that great it's red instead of nice blue. Wouldn't recommend.Published 13 days ago by A_Sheff125
This burner is very powerful and it is perfect for outdoor cooking. I almost use it everyday when weather is good outside. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Josh
I ordered this unit because I anticipated it to be better than similarly priced units, including one that has a pot. Read morePublished 1 month ago by P. Rowan
I've used this burner for about two and a half years now. I also bought the starter separately, and installation was simple and quick. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bass237
We have had and used this burner for over 2 years now and are still totally satisfied. Pretty simple mechanically so not much that can go wrong with it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by T.Graham
It does work gust fine but I think I should have bought the 30,000 BTU burner instead.Published 8 months ago by Hap