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Posted in thread: Copper naturally sanitary? on 08-30-2014 at 07:18 PM
It is important to note that only dry copper surfaces are amazingly lethal to bacteria. The
difference between dry and wet surfaces, such as copper pipes, is that only dry surfaces are
Posted in thread: Gas and Temperature Control for Dummies on 05-14-2014 at 05:31 AM
You can use the sensor from the kit if you have a pilot assembly it fits into.If you don't have
a pilot assembly, the Q345 pilot is a nice plug and play option.Your issue doesn't have
anything to do w...
Posted in thread: Gas and Temperature Control for Dummies on 04-01-2014 at 04:09 AM
That module and valve combo is for a 30 second pre-purging hot surface ignition setup. Your
diagram is an intermittent pilot setup.
Posted in thread: Building 1st All Grain Rig - Looking for feedback on 03-13-2014 at 12:53 PM
The chances of CO poisoning from natural gas and propane are one in the same. They are both
carbon based fuels and if not ventilated correctly will have cause the same effect. I hope
you're not consid...
Posted in thread: Building 1st All Grain Rig - Looking for feedback on 03-10-2014 at 02:10 PM
I'd be very leery running a high powered exhaust in your home if any of your natural gas
appliances are vented into a chimney. Turning on the exhaust will cause a negative pressure in
your home and fl...
Posted in thread: Another propane thread on 11-30-2013 at 04:34 PM
Those burners are typically found in commercial kitchens under exhaust canopies. The exhaust
canopy is typically interlocked with an air makeup unit which supplies pre-heated air back into
Posted in thread: natural gas setup - Question about hose diameter and BTU output on 11-24-2013 at 05:10 AM
Find out which gas line is the longest from your gas meter. Take that length and look at the
0.5 psi chart on pg 3. Round up and see what your 1/2" line can supply. ie: If your longest
line is 30 feet...
Posted in thread: Keep One, Drop One - Word Game on 11-24-2013 at 04:51 AM
Posted in thread: Natural gas brewing help on 11-20-2013 at 06:39 AM
Here's a link to an orifice drill size chart... practice is to start two drill sizes smaller
and then ream to final size.
Posted in thread: Natural gas brewing help on 11-17-2013 at 11:26 PM
I'd just stick with banjo burners. The primary design of a jet burner is for a commercial wok.
If you've ever been in a commercial kitchen / restaurant you'll find all their gas garland
stock pot burn...