Question about Grilling
There is no difference when I move the dial to high or low. It is always low. What should I check in the conversion that I did?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cal flame gas conversion
hi my name is mark, there are several possablitys why it can not be converted, one could be the orifice is pressed in manifold, another is it might require a different burners with air shutters and a regulater. it was problably designed for propane only, to save cost.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Typically, the only thing required is changing any and all jets since energy content and pressure are different. The only source for these is probably the manufacturer; check their website.
Posted on May 20, 2009
On the weber model you need to purchase the natural gas model. It will cost you alot more to buy all parts needed to convert. Weber doesnt want you to convert do to safety reasons. This is why they will only tell you you can't convert. Buy the right grill and save yourself a headache.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
I have Turbo 3 burner which I bought from BBQ Galore about 12 years ago. It came with an extra set of 3 jets for natural gas. These have a larger hole than the propane ones. I don't know what else you would need to convert yours to run on natural gas, presumably your propane regulator will have to go. As I only use LPG you are welcome to my set of natural gas ones. Send me an email with your details and I will send them from here in Spain. Regards. Peter Durk email@example.com
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
Many manufacturers make grills in propane and natural gas, but are not convertible from one gas type to another. The reason being safety. Each grill model, whether it's Natural Gas or Propane is tested and approved for that one specific gas type and that alone. Converting it would put all the responsibility on you, if something was to go wrong.
I suspect in part, the reason you want to convert is so that you want have to refill the propane tank any longer. But, you may want to consider this against convenience. Propane Gas burns cleaner and hotter than Natural Gas in an outdoor environment. Which boils down to lower high end temperatures, longer preheating times and the expense of running an approved gas line to the grill for Natural Gas. Not to mention the cost conversion parts.
But, the decision is yours to make. Thanks for choosing FixYa.
Posted on Aug 06, 2011
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