Question about Procom ML300TBA Heater
I bought this heater from Northen Tool.com ( http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_6970_200332747_200332747 )
and the description says liquid propane, but the description and manual make it sound like it is going to run on gas propane.
Does anyone know what this should be fed: liquid or gas?
I need to make sure I have the right tanks. I was about to buy forklift tanks to feed it liquid.
Propane exist in a liquid state when it is under pressure in a propane cylinder. When the valve on the propane cylinder the pressure on the liquid is reduced and the propane reverts back to gas state.
Also, regarding the tank you need....
the owners manual probably states what size you will need but, with most heater like the one you have it will require a 100 lb tank (approximately 25 gallons). You will also need an inline regulator set to 11" to 14" of water column between the tank and the heater.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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