The type of fuel you use to heat your chafing dish is completely up to preference and desired burn time. If you're looking to heat food for a short period of time, we suggest using 45 minute or 2 hour chafing fuel. If you have an extended event, we offer 4, 5, and 6 hour hour fuel options.
There are gel fuel and wick fuel options available, both of which have benefits that are outlined at the beginning of this guide. You may also choose your fuel type by its specific composition.
Diethylene glycol fuel has a high flash point and won't combust if spilled.
Propylene glycol fuel is designed with the enviornment in mind and is biodegegradable, ensuring it won't release harmful chemicals or toxins into the atmosphere.
Ethanol fuel burns hotter and longer than other fuel types for superior performance.
Methanol fuel is a cost-effective, budget-friendly alternative to ethanol.