Literally as you were typing this, I was standing here at the computer, looking over my husband's shoulder as he read and re-read everything (again), saying to him, "How do you check a regulator?" And he replied, "Just buy a new one!" We really are comprehending all this information - it's just difficult to sort through it sometimes (children screaming, pots boiling over, etc.)
We are searching for a low-pressure, high-volume regulator. We may have found on here: http://gashosesandre...regulators.html
Low Pressure Propane Twin Stage Regulator Twin stage regulators combine first and second stage regulators into a single unit. They are designed to reduce tank pressure to a preset 11" WC delivery pressure. Manually adjustable from 9" to 13" WC Equipped with 1/8" FNPT pressure gauge taps on inlet and outlet for easy system pressure checks. Supplied with a 60" thermoplastic high pressure hose outfitted with a model 204051 Full Flow, POL tank connector. Gas outlet is 3/4" FNPT. Flexible 3/4" ID low pressure outlet gas hose may be found on our Natural Gas Hose webpage. Supplied with GR-905 mounting bracket shown below. Dimensions: 7.5"L x 5.5"W x 4.75"H Weight 3# 15 oz. Free shipping.
525,000 btu/hr maximum output Perfect for small cabins using portable tanks
Would this fit the bill?
I think that changing the regulator and moving the tanks into the sun (which isn't possible, but let's pretend it is) - this counts as a single change.
I will right now find links to various posts about this kiln and post them.