Width of single burned strip 1,35 m
Width of firebreak You can make a firebreak of any width by successively burning parallel strips and then burning the grass between these strips
Distance burned per hour (single strip) Basic Burner 0,5–1 km per hour Using a second high-pressure handgun behind the last burning chamber achieves operational speeds at the top of the range
Basic Burner and Afterburner 1,5–2 km per hour
LP gas consumption 3 kg per hour A 48-kg double-valve gas cylinder with fittings for liquid withdrawal is required
Water consumption 500 litre per 750 m under optimal conditions Less with the addition of chemical fire retardant.
Dependent on the wind.
Water supply

Typically a firefighter
Tank size Typically 500 litre An inline filter is recommended
Pump pressure 3–15 bar A Power Take-Off (PTO) pump is usually used
Pump delivery rate Minimum of 22 litre per minute
Fittings A manifold that can support 3 hoses is recommended Two high-pressure handguns are recommended
Power of towing vehicle A minimum of 55 kW to carry a 500-litre water tank on the back of the vehicle Less if the water is carried on the front of the vehicle.
A tractor is usually used.
Materials Burning chamber Stainless steel, lined with ceramic insulation wool
Skids Tempered steel
Size of Basic Burner Weight 450 kg Same for Afterburner.

Length excludes hitch.
Dimensions Length: 343 cm
Width:  154 cm
Height: 212 cm
Terrain Rocks up to 25 cm high can pass beneath the burning chamber Rocks higher than 23 cm should be cleared away. The towing vehicle should circumvent large rocks that cannot be moved.
Using an Afterburner in rocky terrain is not recommended.
Grass length Basic Burner If longer than 1 m, the grass should be cut Do not cut shorter than about 25 cm
Basic Burner and Afterburner Can exceed 1 m in length