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Can i change a natural gas barbeque to a propane one?

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We used to have a natural gas line to the Capt n cook grill (3 burner). What part do I need to make it for propane?


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Changing from natural gas to propane


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You will need to contact the manufacturer for replacement burner nozzles. As Propane is at a higher pressure, the nozzles need to be smaller in diameter.
You will also need a tank fitting for Propane with a regulator attatched - and a large spanner to attatch it.
Make sure any pipe connector to this is fitted with an approved hose crimp, as "jubilee" type clamps are not recommended.
If you just fit the regulator, the burners can flare dangerously on the high settings - unless it has been designed to be dual fuel originally, and have replacement nozzles.

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Gas grill conversion


It's safe, but you need to keep in mind that propane burns hotter than natural gas, so you won't need to turn the burners up as high for the same heat. Here's an article that explains some of the differences (but doesn't really answer your question): http://bbq.about.com/od/gasgrills/a/aa030505a.htm

Bottom line -- it's safe if you don't leave it cranked up to high flame. Two-thirds flame on propane should give about the same heat as full burner on natural gas.

Of course, you could change the jets. That would compensate for all the differences between NG and propane, and you could run the grill on full high heat if you wanted to.

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