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Glen Peters

Member Since 14 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Apr 24 2013 12:17 PM
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In Topic: Propane Burners

19 April 2013 - 09:09 PM

I would not get one without a gauge. I would look for one more like this example, but in lower pressure. Although this does state 0-70 psi I would be leary of one that had such a large range so fine .5 and .25 PSI adjustments may be hard.

Thanks Brian I'm glad I asked!



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In Topic: Propane Burners

18 April 2013 - 12:16 PM

Hi all

Regarding my burner question, I have been looking at regulators and wondered if I needed a gauge with it? This reg doesn't have a gauge but claims to be ajustable from 0 to 30, will it do the trick?
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Thanks
Glen

In Topic: Propane Burners

17 April 2013 - 03:17 PM

It's a go! Have fun. I set my regulators at 3.5 lbs. I fire with 2 burners but I have a large raku kiln. It is in my gallery.
I am having perfect weather for Raku at the moment.
Marcia

Hi Marcia

I'm having trouble sourcing a high pressure propane regulator... any ideas where I might find one? Yours has a gauge I assume?

Thanks


In Topic: Propane Burners

13 April 2013 - 06:57 AM


It's a go! Have fun. I set my regulators at 3.5 lbs. I fire with 2 burners but I have a large raku kiln. It is in my gallery.
I am having perfect weather for Raku at the moment.
Marcia

Marcia, I havent built one yet but I was kinda thinking a 45 gallon drum lined with fiber?




Make sure the regulater is a high pressure regulator( usually 1 to 10 lbs pressure) not the type for a BBQ or fireplace.


Ok Thanks!

In Topic: Propane Burners

12 April 2013 - 02:31 PM

Thank you all

That burner is two inches. And I assume your saying that "one" burner should more than enough?

Glen