Can propane be converted to natural gas?

Most propane furnaces, fireplaces and some stoves can be converted to natural gas by simply changing the orifice. Hot water tanks vary in their conversion capabilities. In order to convert your heating and appliances, please consult with a licensed heating contractor or plumber.

Can you use LPG in a propane BBQ?

So if you're grilling in winter, propane is the way to go. So in theory, because LPG is a combination of propane and butane and these gases are suitable for use with a barbecue grill then there's no reason why you can't use LPG. Certainly there is no issue with smells or odours contaminating the food.

How do you convert a propane fireplace to natural gas?

It's not difficult to convert your propane fireplace to natural gas.

  1. Cut off the gas supply to the fireplace.
  2. Find the regulator for your fireplace.
  3. Loosen the fittings and disconnect the regulator from the gas supply line.
  4. Find the orifice on the regulator.
  5. Unscrew the old propane orifice.

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