Southbend Range Orifices

Burner orifices and range orifices are two crucial stove components that control gas flow and combustion rate. However, they serve various purposes. A Southbend Range Orifice is positioned at the end of the burner tube and is used to regulate the quantity of gas flowing into the firebox. In contrast, a Southbend Burner orifice is a valve that regulates the flow of gas to the range tubes, which supply the burner orifices. Essentially, the burner orifice controls the amount of gas that flows directly into the fire, whereas the range orifice controls the entire gas supply to the stove. PartsFe offers replacement orifices if the damage is beyond repair or cleaning.

FAQs

Are Southbend Burner Orifices compatible with various burners?

Yes, these orifices are designed to fit a variety of burner models, providing versatility for a wide range of applications.

Can Southbend Range Orifices be easily integrated into existing appliances?

Yes, these orifices are designed for easy connection and offer a simple update to existing Southbend Range systems without sacrificing performance.

 

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