Here is a list of top gas burners in Kenya, of course, you can also check top gas cylinders brands in Kenya and their available sizes Over here.

The list provides burners normally used in 6kg and 3kg gas cylinders popularly referred to as meko. The gas cylinders will not work alone, after buying one, you will need more accessories such as a burner, grill, a gas regulator or even a gas cooker.



The image below shows a 6kg gas cylinder together with it’s normally used accessories. Note: with a gas regulator and gas pipe, you can still use the cylinder with a table top gas cooker.

Image: 6Kg gas cylinder with a burner and grill

What should I check for when buying burners in Kenya?

A gas burner does not contain many features hence there aren’t a lot items to check for. When buying it, make sure the seller tests it for you, some burners will not regulate the gas properly even when new, others may have leakages which is wasteful and dangerous. Also a burner made of stainless steel is better since it will not rust increasing its service life.


Gas cylinders have been sources of destructive fires in the past, hence always make sure that your gas burner dose not have leakages, tighten the burner after use and if the burner malfunctions please change it immediately.

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Here is list of 7 burners brands in Kenya:

You can order any of it from sellers in Kenya on The Brands app, this app protects you from cons through Lipa na escrow, See details here

1. Orgaz burnerĀ 

Image: Orgaz gas burner

2. Primus burner

Image: Primus burner

3. Ampa burner

Image: Ampa gas burner

4. Maxim burner

Image: Maxim gas burner

5. Pro gas burner

Image: Pro gas burner

6. Tianlong burner

Image: Tianlong gas burner

7. Longtime burner


Image: Longtime gas burner

There are many more burners , above are just but among the top best burners in Kenya.

FAQS[sc_fs_faq sc_id=”fs_faq7ar86aurq” html=”true” headline=”h2″ img=”” question=”What is the price a gas burner in Kenya?” img_alt=”” css_class=”” ]6Kgs cylinder burners have a starting cost of Ksh 200 going upwards. The cost is determined by the quality of the burner.[/sc_fs_faq]

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