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What causes black soot on surrounding areas? How to adjust propane & air ratio on Royal deep fryer?

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Burner needs cleaning blocked air ports and jets .

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I'm getting a lot of soot from my propane fired fryer. Otherwise works well.


The burner flames must be BLUE. Yellow flames will produce soot. Sounds like the burner orifice size needs to be checked.

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Talk to the manufacturer or check your owners manual. The jets in the burner must be slightly smaller for butane. The flame will burn yellow with black soot/smoke if you don't change them.

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Soot is caused by a few things in gas appliances. Propane even more so. Lack of combustion air is usually the culprit. In propane fired equipment orifice alignment, high pressure or the wrong burner orifice can cause yellow flames the result in soot build up. You need to find the culprit. Best to have a service tech check it out and clean it. when you know what to look for it can be easily fixed.

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It sure did. Never use a gas fryer in low gas pressure for a long time for soot will build up inside the fire tubes.
Check and clean fire tubes, make sure that the flue is not restricted and there should be no air entering the flue.
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Should there be soot in the flue deflector? How often should this be cleaned out and what is the best way to clean this out?


Soot is formed when the fuel combustion is incomplete. Incomplete combustion may occur if the fuel is low, air and fuel mixture is not correct, wrong size of burner orifice with respect to the fuel used ( propane or natural gas).
Soot can be removed by wiping it off with a nylon scrubbing pad dipped in grease cutting solution. Check also the fire tubes for soot or carbon build up.

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Flame is Orange? If so, propane is "choked", not enough air. Remove burners, clean each burner hole with a same size metal dowel (coat hanger works well) flush out inside of burner with garden hose, hi pressure air through all holes to dry. Replace burners ONLY after also cleaning chambers and chimney (garden hose and long brush). Do not forget to clean pilot light area too.
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Is this a propane unit?If so the baffles get clogged with soot and burn.Let me know.

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Recovery time


If the unit starts off fine, and then loses some of it's heat, I would suspect that your regulator is freezing up. This can be caused be a bad tank or regulator. You'll have to swap it out to test it.

If the gas supply is good (reg and tank), you need to inspect the heat exchange tubes. Look where the flame shoots through the fryer. Use a flashlight. Look for LARGE amounts of black soot. If it is sooty, blow it out with compressed air. Once you get it cleaned out, you need to add more air to your mix. There should be a disk at the base of the burner.

If you have access to a manometer and orifice drills, you could adjust the flame to it's maximum. But as I said, I expect you have a regulator problem.

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Dean SR152GN Fryer


Is the unit propane?If so the baffles may be sooted up and need to be cleaned.This usually causes blowback.

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