gas grills How Grills Work

by:Longzhao BBQ     2019-12-16
gas grills How Grills Work
Gas Grill fuel most gas grills use metal tanks filled with liquid propane (LP) gas.The advantage of LP gas is that it is installed in a portable tank and can be bought almost anywhere, while natural gas uses pipes connected to your gas mains.Why can you get LP gas in the tank instead of natural gas?Propane is usually changed from liquid to gas, in-46 F (-43 C).Propane, however, has a good feature that when you compress it will condense into a liquid and remain in this state until it is uncompressed.This means that propane is easier to store in tanks than natural gas that is not easily compressed.Because natural gas does not compress well into liquid form, it is usually delivered to your home through a dedicated pipe.Another benefit of LP is that it contains more energy than natural gas.British heat units (BTU) rated the cooking power of the grill.BTU is the amount of heat needed to increase the temperature by 1 lb (0.45 kg) water 1f (0.56 Celsius).A cubic foot of natural gas contains about 1,000 BTU of energy.Propane in one cubic foot (1 ft3) may contain 2,500 BTU.The grill usually ranges from 20,000 BTU to about 50,000 BTU.BTU rating is higher than Qualcomm, which often means that the grill is larger and the cooking surface is larger.On the grill, by looking at the pipes connected to the burner, you can see the difference between natural gas and LP most easily.Natural tubesThe gas grill is about twice as large as the propane grill.Natural gas is mainly methane, but it contains a large number of other compounds, including N-alcohol, ethane and propane.You usually only buy one natural one.If you plan to connect it directly to a gas pipeline in a permanent location and you have gas in your area, use a gas grill.
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