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If using these orifices to replace propane ones in a brew stand be prepared to get some copper and compression fittings, copper tubing, and a pipe bender. The propane orifices for the Brutus style stand are at a 90 degree angle, but these are straight. Once you do a little plumbing adjustment and some pipe bending, they work like a charm!
For low pressure city gas I could barely get it to boil. I carefully drilled it out one bit size and it now works great. The hole in the orifice is pressed in so I drilled very slow with oil and it worked fine. Easy fix for a great product.
I'm going to go with 3 stars, NOT because there is ANYTHING wrong with the orifice, but more importantly so people read this review. CHECK YOUR PRESSURE! I purchased this for city Natural Gas (Low Pressure) and cannot get the burner to burn at any usable rate. I have a 1/2" feed & host all the way to a ball valve. I reduce after the valve point to 3/8" to tie into the BG10 burner. No luck! :(
I used this to convert my BG12 burner to NG, (I was using Low-pressure Propane) and it works just fine. I use it indoors and I get a very good blue flame, even at higher output. I currently control the flow at the ball valve of my gas outlet, but will likely add an inline needle valve closer to the burner. I used a couple other brass pieces to convert to NPT, which allowed me to add a QD. It was nice to be able to find an NG orifice with 1/8" NPT.