Switching From Propane to Natural Gas
Propane is a denser gas, so you will have to convert your appliances to be compatible with natural gas. Your appliances may have included a converter kit when you bought them.
Also to know is, are all propane to natural gas conversion kits the same?
There is not one propane orifice for all grills just as there is not one natural gas orifice. They are not one size fits all. It would be like saying there is one size gas tank will fit all vehicles.
Additionally, can I convert my char griller to natural gas?
Can I convert my Napoleon propane grill to natural gas?
Do you make or have conversion kits? We do not manufacture conversion kits. Our Napoleon grills are gas specific, are certified and tested for their specific gas type and should not be modified or adjusted in any way.
Natural gas regulators and propane regulators are different. They will not interchange. Your “Smokin’ Cajun Grill” is designed with a built-in wood chip tray.
If you are wondering how to clean these fryers, drain the oil, lay the cooker on its side and house it out or fill the fryer with water and heat, take a flexible spatula or scraper and get under the heating device and scrape it out. Then drain the water. Be sure to spray it down with cooking spray to prevent rusting.
This substantial cost difference may lead homeowners to consider converting from propane to natural gas once natural gas becomes available in their neighborhood. The conversion process can be complicated, and the cost can range from under $1,000 to more than $5,000.
Combining approximately 2 1/2 Gallons of oil with 90,000 BTU of heat potential, this highly portable deep fryer has the power to keep up with the demand of your patio cookouts, tailgating parties and small fish fries of 10 to 15 people or less.
Natural gas pilot orifice sizes typically vary from approximately 0.014 to 0.026 (inches diameter). Examples include 0.026′′ for a commercial cook- ing appliance pilot (1,835 Btu/hr at 4′′ pressure), and 0.018′′ for a natural gas water heater pilot (879 Btu/hr at 4′′ pressure).