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  • Designed for the serious outdoor chef.
  • Guaranteed high powered cooking
  • Caters for extra large pots or pans.
  • The perfect cooker for cooking crayfish, crabs, prawns ond other seafood
  • Heavy duty steel frame provides a strong & stable cooking surface for the largest of heavy duty stainless steel, aluminium or cast iron pots or pans. (Max 220 diameter)
  • Ideal for catering for outdoor or when you are cooking, steaming, boiling or deep frying your favourite foods
  • Massive 104,000 BTU output.
  • Includes hose and regulator
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In Use Dimensions:
53L x 47W x 32.5H cm
Packed Dimensions:
53L x 47W x 32.5H cm
BTU Per Burner:
104000 BTU
No. of Burners:
Fuel Type:
Fuel Consumption:
2160 g/hr
Gas Fitting to Bottle:
5 Kg
1 Year

Certification1 answers

I need this for a public event to sell fried food, will it be suitable and if it is on for maybe 6 hours is that okay and will it kill my gas? Also for public events you need to use gas burners or fryers that are certified, is this legally certified or can you give me a sticker including the certification. (I need this legally for the event) As far as large frying pot where can i purchase those?

- Lynbrook(3 months ago)

G’day Mustafa,

I’ve just double checked this for you, and this particular cooker is made for outdoor catering, so it should be suitable to use for 6 hours with no issue.

We don’t have any pots that we could recommend for deep frying, as the products in our cookware range don’t cater for that kind of cooking.

I would recommend taking a visit to your local commercial cookware supply store and getting their expertise as I don’t want to make a recommendation that isn’t safe.

I’ve just had a look at the box, and it says that the gas safety certification number for this product is: AS26582008 GSCS20108 SAI Global.

If you’d like an image of the certification number, just send me an email at [email protected] and I’ll reply with a picture. 

- Snowys(3 months ago)

How much gas does it use on low?1 answers

I am looking for an alternative to a disposable gas canister cooker. I want something with the power to heat water for showers but also for general cooking with low heat such as eggs etc... Will this cooker be suitable for that when used on low setting? Or an I better going to a ring burner setup but by doing so compromise the high power cooking? Thanks

- Brisbane(12 months ago)
It's probably overkill for general cooking Brad. The 2160 g/h consumption is an average for the unit. I would recommend a ring burner for your purpose, a framed one will be most useful. You won't chew through as much gas, will still heat up water for showers and will be far more versatile to cook on.
- Snowys(12 months ago)

How long is the hose that comes with this?1 answers

How long is the hose with reg that comes with this? Is it braided stainless steel or plastic? Can you include a photo with the item

- Corlette(1 year ago)
It's a 1200mm hose John with a regulator and POL gas fitting. I don't have a picture sorry, but the material is a black flexible material, most likely a nylon, polyurethane or PVC.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Can you please let me know what the diameter of the top ring is.1 answers

- DAWESVILLE, WA(1 year ago)
Hi Jay, the top outer ring is 360mm diamater.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Will the use of this burner on a homebrew keggle affect it's performance, or heat distribution?1 answers

Inside measurement of my keggle is approximately 350mm, so it would sit over the outer ring of the stand. Weightwise, only really looking to support <50kg.

- Hornsby(1 year ago)
Hi Dan, at 350mm, your keggle will sit just on top of the outer ring (360mm diameter). As long as there is air flow and heat is not being trapped, then the burner should operate efficiently. It generally refers to a 30L (30kg) pot being used on this burner, and while it will support 50kg, you are probably reaching the limits of stability given the size and weight of your keggle. That being said, you could use it underneath a separate stand for the keggle.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

How much weight will this take? I'm looking at putting 100kg on it including stock pot1 answers

- QLD(1 year ago)
The Mega-jet cooker has a steel frame and is very strong. It is designed for large pots with a maximum diameter of 220mm. Whilst Companion do not list a max weight, It can hold my weight quite easily (approx 100kg) though the legs did start to flex when I started to bounce on it. A product like the Quad Ring cast iron burner will be more stable for large heavy pots.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Can this connect directly to a gas point instead of cylinder?1 answers

- FAIRFIELFairfield(1 year ago)
Hi Jen, if you are referring to a natural gas connection, then you will need to speak to a gas company or plumber to make changes and ensure the system is legal. Out of the box, the Mega Jet is designed to connect to an LPG cylinder, and comes with a hose and regulator for this.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is it a high pressure regulator?1 answers

- MUDGEERABA, QLD(1 year ago)
Hi Greg, yes it is a high pressure regulator (1750Kpa inlet pressure 150Kpa out) designed to be connected directly to a gas cylinder.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Will this come with a regulator and hose???1 answers

- HUNTERVIEW, NSW(1 year ago)
Howdy Dale, thanks for your enquiry, a hose and regulator are included with this cooker, thanks for pointing out this missed statistic, I've added the information into the product info.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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