Started by MountainDon, January 29, 2011, 01:54:36 PM
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Quote from: madracer2469 on February 10, 2017, 11:16:33 AMGood Day,Thank you for the extremely detailed and helpful information. I would like to gather some more information and poll the audience on using a 40# LP tank with a heatnglo fireplace with a 23,500 max BTU.According to the 25% full diagram this system should operate fine to about 25', does that sound accurate? My remaining questions are:> Does that mean that when the tank is greater than 25% full and it's warmer than 25' that this system would operate completely normal?> If the tank is less than 25% full and it is 25' then would there be any safety concerns or could this damage the tank, regulator, or fireplace?> Do you have any experience with a similar 40# tank and gas fireplace system and how has it functioned for you? I'm in North Carolina where it rarely gets below 25'.Thanks in advance for your time, assistance, and feedback.May you have a great day!-Mike
Quote from: bayview on January 29, 2011, 06:09:51 PM A lot of great information! I've noticed that the propane flame is more yellow in the winter. Now I see why. . . The appliance is receiving less than one third of the pressure compared to a 100 degree summer day. (Even with a pressure regulator)Thanks./.