pressure pro vertical burner resiliance

magazine

New member
Thinking about doing away with the skid and mounting a PP vertical burner. Anyone had any problems with these breaking apart. It looks a little top heavy to me.
 

Russ Johnson

Equipment Expert
You want rugged? Here ya go...



That is a pic of the gas fired, the oil fired is the same with a fuel tank mounted in the space on the right.
 

bears

New member
I own a farleys burrner. Works great. Only proplem I have ever had is the on/off switch. I washed it then the temp went down to 29 or so and it froze. LOL
 

Kory

Member
Mine fell over twice due to broken (crappy) welds, pad pressure switch after a week (brand new), Leaking Fuel tank and yes it was a PP
 

Kory

Member
Mine fell over twice due to broken (crappy) welds, pad pressure switch after a week (brand new), Leaking Fuel tank and yes it was a PP

3 of the for legs had bad welds. luckily it fell into my trailer or that would have done some damage .
 

JohnB

JohnB
Heck I like my pressure pro machine.. As far as a sand up burner I would never have another one.. I had a vert. Burner on an alkota machine along time ago .. It was in the back of my old truck . I drove down the road to a job one night and the whole vert burner coil assembly fell over.. I had to weld that thing back on over and over.. As far as my pressure pro machine goes I like the fact that the 18hp motor is more than enought to run the ts2021 and 2400 watt generator.. I also like the fact that the machine is alot lighter than my old whitco,, The only thing I have noticed is everytime I pull the trigger the burner coil seems to look like it is moving in its shell a little bit.. I would stay with the skid..
 
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