Good evening - What are the chances you might post a couple more pics of your 3-stainless steel bowl and Richlite cutting board setup? I’m super interested in duplicating?If you're interested in a work surface for your stove stand look into having a Richlite cutting board made. I found a site called The Cutting Board Company (no affiliation) that had great service, website, and was shipped very quickly. They also have other materials as well if bamboo, hdpe, poly, or other woods are more your thing. I choose the Richlite since it's high temp rated and food safe so I can use it as a cutting board and still sit hot pots or whatever on it. I had mine cut to be 22"x13" and it fits in my BROG stove bag along with my 22" Cook Partner. I saw where someone used a standard hdpe board and it would sag with time and weight so I figured a tougher material was a better idea. I need to see if I have a better picture of the board.
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Another thing I use my stand for is my wash basins. I use 3 of the 1/3 size restaurant steam table pans (6" deep version). They're stainless steel so I can set them directly on the stove to reheat my wash water and then drop them back in place. The Richlite cutting surface sits on top of them when I want prep/cooking surface. Left is hot soapy water, middle is warm rinse, and right is cold sterilize with a couple of steramine tablets. The only thing I had to make was a middle cross bar to support the pans.
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I'll look to see what other pictures I have or I'll take some soon. The boards and pans you can purchase online. The mid support bar you'll need to make but it's pretty basic.Good evening - What are the chances you might post a couple more pics of your 3-stainless steel bowl and Richlite cutting board setup? I’m super interested in duplicating?
You might try contacting Partner Steel directly. I've never had need for more output from one of their burners, but they may have some ideas about increasing it.So I'd like to get the best of both worlds: Partner stove with the 20k burners and peizo of the Camp Chef and Stansport units. I've heard about an alternative high pressure regulator that would allow you to turn these PS burners up higher (especially at altitude). Has anybody ever heard of one?
If you want a cutting board you can put hot stuff on I would recommend getting one made of Richlite. The Cutting Board Company will custom cut one to your size spec's out of just about any commonly used cutting board material. (See post above)Been enjoying our PS stove and stand as an outdoor stove even at home lately; just sits there ready until I want to sear steaks, pan-fry burgers, or re-season pans or something - anything that's going to stink up the home kitchen.
Also bought a large plastic cutting board from restaurant supply and made the stand insert for a work surface - actually cut it oversize a bit for more area. Very nice! Only drawback is you can't put hot pans down on it directly since plastic.
I have a Richlite from the Cutting Board Company and it is excellent! I had one cut to size to sit on top of my kitchen chuck box.If you want a cutting board you can put hot stuff on I would recommend getting one made of Richlite. The Cutting Board Company will custom cut one to your size spec's out of just about any commonly used cutting board material. (See post above)
So are you wanting to change the stove side fitting or the tank side fitting? The stove side fitting you would only get from PS.I talked with Partner Steel and am about to order an 18". They said you have to use their 26 psi regulator with the PIA male type 20lb bottle connection. From my experience using a Mr. Buddy Heater, those male tank connections suck. I end up hurting my hand getting enough torque on that plastic sliding "wrench" to seal it they come with. I end up having to use a wrench anyway. Propane tanks up to the late 90's all had that same type of connection and you had to use a crescent wrench to tighten them every time you hooked one up.
The industry got away from those (at least on the consumer market for grills, etc., ) and came out with the quick connect for that reason. That's why new tanks have both male and female threads. Anyways.......partner steel said the other end of the hose was a "proprietary" connection. That's what Blackstone Grill company said too, lol, except there are third party companies making fittings and hoses. I ended up getting a conversion hose for my Blackstone that would connect to the quick connect gas hoses on RV's. https://propanegear.com/blackstone-17-22-griddle-compatible-rv-quick-connect-12-ft-hose/
I know there are adapters, ect. but I'm looking for other hose options and assume I will keep with the 26 psi.
Anyone have pics of the grill side hose connection?
Like this? These are 1/4" female NPT fittings on either side of the pressure regulator.Scoutman, either way. I only mentioned the Backstone fittings as a solution to change the tank side if that original hose has fitting pressed together.
I am trying to go with a quick connect. I think you already found a solution with there being a 1/4" fitting on the tank side of the regulator. That's what I was looking for in a pic. I haven't found a good pic of the PS hose to see how it all is assembled