Orifice Elbow Attachment For All Rotisserie Connections

In a gas grill rotisserie the gas valve is a long way away from the infrared rotisserie burner. Gas barbecue grill companies use aluminum or copper gas lines to connect from the control valve in the front control panel and wrap all the way back to the infrared rotisserie burner. At the rotisserie the gas hose and the orifice have to be anchored to the infrared burner so gas properly sprays into the pressurized burner. Rotisserie burner venturi openings for oxygen mixture are Huge and it is always nerve-wracking to install but as the images below -- and in other places through out the site -- will show this is how the rotisserie orifice functions properly.

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Elbow Attachment. Quarter Inch compression connection on bottom and gas orifice (LP or NG) in end has outer threading with Two nuts for mounting to gas bracket and to rotisserie burners in any grill.

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elbow connects gas line to orifice for rotisserie
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Rotisserie Elbow Orifice Attachment installed in Infrared Rotisserie Burner.

As mentioned above the opening here is quadruple the distance of a normal grill burner. Regardless of whether we're installing the rotisserie in a DCS, Alfresco, Viking, Turbo, Solaire or any of a thousand different barbecue grills the design is always the same. The actual elbow and orifice are different from one barbecue grill to another but the basic design shown here is the same for all infrared rotisserie burners.

The orifice elbow connection has a compression ferrule in the bottom because the tightening nut squashes the soft brass ferrule collar in order to completely seal the gas connection around the aluminum or copper gas line.

The elbow is threaded on the outside so 2 nuts can tighten to hold the connection to the burner and the orifice threads to the end to control the gas flow BTU setting.

There are a handful of different elbow designs with different types of orifices or different mounting nuts or different compression hose sizes but the essential connection is the same for all of these. The Elbow uses a spud orifice and a quarter-inch compression attachment.

We keep these elbows around even though this is not the exact replacement for any grill because this one is basic enough that we can easily install this as a replacement in Any barbecue grill.

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233900

Elbow Attachment. Quarter Inch compression connection on bottom and gas orifice (LP or NG) in end has outer threading with Two nuts for mounting to gas bracket and to rotisserie burners in any grill.

$29.

Free Shipping USA!!
elbow connects gas line to orifice for rotisserie
dcs gas valve and orifice

In the Very First Version of the DCS gas grill, the manifold pipe installed lower than the burners and the valve attached to a gas hose instead of sliding right into the burner. The aluminum gas line then attached to an elbow which was able to attach to the burner with the orifice perfectly held in position.

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Although shown with the parts being outside the grill, this is the essential assembly in the original DCS models. The Elbow has large threads before the orifice which allowed the elbox to bolt to the stainless bracket so the elbow, gas hose and orifice were solidly attached and totally incapable of being bumped opr moving around which would cause a gas leak.

In Addition to extraordinary versatility in thousnads of infrared rotisserie connections, the orifice elbow has also been widely used to connect grill burners in early DCS gas grill models and in many of the early barbecues that mounted on posts. This is uncommon by today's fabrication trends but many older grills used these same elbows in the grill and not only in the rotisserie connection.

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