Originally Posted by TandSH
That is LAME!
This is a thread about a piece of safety equipment that if misapplied could put people in danger. If my understanding of this subject is wrong then I am as interested as anyone in being corrected. If you have more pertinent information to share then please do so. Otherwise, ride your ego pony into the sunset.
Nothing lame about it, I suggested going with a high flow RV
regulator, not a residential or commercial at 10 million BTUS that is something you could operate a boiler with.You came up with that. I did not know I had to be that specific since this is an RV forum.
Most supplied regulators from RV manufacturers are cheap generic junk rated somewhere in the neighborhood of 140000 to 160000 BTUS. Marshall makes high flows in a lot of BTU ratings. I replaced the generic 160K BTU rated generic junk on my Rockwood, with a 350K BTU model and now can run the furnace, stove, water heater and fridge all at the same time I have a 3, 90K each burner, Campchef stove operating with no noticeable loss at the stove.. 11" water column is 11" water column. Beyond the regulator, unless its defective, the pressure will be the same no matter if the regulators flow is rated 5 BTU or 5 million. 11" WC = 0.397 PSI.
Maybe you should educate yourself on LPG systems instead of contributing to LPG fear mongering.
I will try and not let my ego Pony crap in your yard