TYPES OF LEGS FOR BURNERS
TYPES OF LEGS FOR BURNERS
Hello rice cookers, today we are going to analyze the different types of supports to support our paelleros to facilitate cooking on the ground. All these legs will help us to raise the burner and the paella approximately between 50 and 70 cm above the ground, which allows us to protect it from air, dust or dirt that could reach it if we support it directly on the ground. In the following video we show you 4 different types of supports that we will explain below:
• The first of these are the three legs. This set of three legs is the simplest and cheapest set, which has the only limitation of being able to cook paellas of up to 20 kg.
• The second support is adjustable legs, these allow us not to have to resort to the typical pieces of wood or cardboard to level the paella, it will be enough for us to simply and comfortably screw or unscrew the thread they have to raise or lower each one of the legs in a way that we can level them perfectly.
• The third of the supports is what we call reinforced legs, visually identical to the set of three legs, but in this case it also has crosspieces that join the legs and allow us to give it greater stability, preventing it from being able to support heavier weights for paella pans. of up to 70cm and in some cases, specific models for 80 or 90 cm of burner, we consider it to be the safest and most stable of the different varieties.
• Finally, we have the adjustable tripod, which allows us to mount the support system very quickly and comfortably, without having to resort to the brackets that we see in the other 3 systems, and also allows us to adjust the height and therefore This, leveling it to our liking, also turns out to be compatible with all burner models.
We are going to see its assembly, we proceed to the assembly of the three-legged system, first of all we turn the burner and leave the 3 small legs that the burner has face up, then we take the 3 legs and insert them and finally and to fix them we will tighten the screws as you see no tools are needed well we already have the burner assembled we are going to put it on the ground we are going to put it on the paellero as you can see there is a comfortable height to be able to work and it is quite stable for the weight this would be the maximum weight that we would recommend for this type of support.
In the video we also show you how to assemble each of them, so let's see how to do it here too. First, the assembly of the set of three adjustable legs. The first step is to turn our burner so that its legs are pointing towards the ceiling. We take the adjustable legs and insert each of them on the legs of the burner, applying some pressure if necessary. With the legs in place, we only need to fix them by tightening the thumbscrews, which we can do with our hands, without the need for other tools.
Once they are fixed, we simply turn it again and voila, now our burner is level. If we wanted to change its height, we simply have to screw or unscrew the screws located in the lower part of the legs.
Let's continue with the assembly of the set of three legs, First of all, we rotate our burner so that its legs are pointing towards the sky. We take the legs of the three-leg system and insert each one over the legs of the burner, applying some pressure if necessary. With the legs in place, we only need to fix them by tightening the screws, as they are butterfly screws, we can do it perfectly with our hands, without the need for other tools.
Once we are sure, we simply turn the burner again and that's it, now our paellero is at a comfortable and stable height.
Let's proceed with the assembly of the reinforced legs, The first of all the steps is to turn our burner so that its legs stay in the air. We take the reinforced legs and place each one of them on the legs of the burner, applying some pressure if necessary. With the legs in place, we only need to fix them by tightening the thumbscrews, which we can do manually, without the need for other tools.
Once they are fixed, we must place the traverses. We recommend doing it two by two, so with a single screw we can place both traverses on each leg and connect them to the others.
When we have finished placing the traverses, we simply turn the burner back on, now our burner is level and braced against the weight of the paella pan.
Finally, we would have the mounting of the adjustable tripod, the easiest way to open the tripod is to take it by its fixed leg, from here, we move its other two legs until they are in the center of the bar and we place it on the ground .
The saucers in the upper part can be moved to our liking so that it fits our burner comfortably, with this tripod, it can hold up to paella pans between 30 cm and 60 cm. We can also adjust its height by screwing or unscrewing the saucers, to level our paella as we want quickly and easily.
To finish it, we simply place the legs of the paellero on the wells and the paella on our burner. In this way, our tripod will be prepared to support the preparation of our original paella.
We hope that this guide has helped you to see the different legs for your paelleros and their characteristics, greetings, rice cookers.