2′ x 5′ Drop Flue Pan Set w/Float Box, Valve, Therm, All Connections

(1 customer review)


Discounts for Local PickupLEAD TIMES

Quick Stats

  • Est. ave. evaporation rate: 20 – 25+ gph
  • Ave # of taps: 75 – 200


  • Sanitary Draw-Off Valve (1-1/2″) w/Food-Grade Gaskets
  • Angled Thermometer Port w/ 3″ Dial Maple Thermometer
  • TWO Stiffened Gaskets (To seal gaps between and behind pans)
  • Structurally Formed-in Dividers in the Front Pan
  • Three 1/4″ Stainless Steel Plugs (To Plug Unused Ports)
  • Inlet Float Box w/Fittings
  • Transfer Fitting to Connect the Front and Back Pans
  • Connection for Optional Sight Glass

Standard Features

  • Reversible (To Lift Nitre From the Pan Floor)
  • Seven 7″ Flues
  • 22 ga. Stainless Steel
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty on all TIG Welds
  • 360º Hemmed Edges on Both Pans
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Instruction Sheet

The Badgerland Mapleworks Drop Flue Pan Set is designed for “Fierce Performance. Tame Price.” Now you can boil more efficiently and produce more maple syrup without abandoning your budget for equipment.

This Drop Flue Pan Set comes complete and ready to boil. We use a top quality float box and make all connections with premium sanitary clamp fittings. All edges of the pan are hemmed, so there are no sharp edges anywhere.

The flue pan has SEVEN drop flues which are 7″ deep.

The finishing pan is a THREE compartment, reversible, crossflow system with two instrument ports. This allows you to run a dial thermometer and an auto draw-off system simultaneously. We designed the instrument ports to work perfectly with any Thermometers or Auto Draw-Off systems from Smoky Lake Maple Products. Smoky Lake Auto Draw-Off Systems are in stock and available at discounted rates with this pan set.

Additional information

Ave. Tap Count



1 review for 2′ x 5′ Drop Flue Pan Set w/Float Box, Valve, Therm, All Connections

  1. Eric Ohlenbusch (verified owner)

    This is my third Badgerland pan and yet again I am amazed at how well these pans are made and how good they work. This pan set sits on a locally made arch complete with forced air in the fire box. I am getting about 25 GPH on my first run with blower on low and not quite fully seasoned firewood. After a few more boils to get it dialed in I expect it will quickly rise to 30+ GPH. Only drawback is the sap in the flu pan leaps over the front of the pan, a quick tinfoil baffle fixed that for now. If sap boiling too hard is my only problem then that’s not too bad a problem to have.

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