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Can I run two gas appliances from the same gas bottle?

Author: Evelyn y

Mar. 07, 2024

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Post by VWCamperfan » 08 Feb 2009, 20:46

You can run both from the one regulator. The regulator will regulate the pressure but allow as much gas through as you need.

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Post by Mainey . . . » Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:19 pm



I made a shelf from dark laminex board to fit the gutted area of the old 4 x burner BBQ
I'm going to make a new fascia from the same dark laminex board to cover the front area where the 4 x burner controls were situated, so it will look 'nice' and still be functional



The shelf sits on the two ridges used to hold the old cast iron gas jets and sits firm up against each side of the area it uses.
I'm going to keep the original 4 x burner BBQ's rubbish collection shelf (not shown in photo) that used to sit under the burners, because one day I may cut a hole in the new shelf so the Baby 'Q' will drain down direct into that, instead of using the Baby 'Q' collection unit, as it may be difficult to check and change, I will see how it goes


This is the new home for the Baby'Q'



The old 4 x burner frame sits 12cm away from the rear wall of the open end of the pergola, so the Baby 'Q' lid will open and stay up and open

I will have to cut some length off each of the (edit - old 4 x burner BBQ) legs, so the Baby 'Q' sits lower and remains level, as the concrete area where it will sit slopes away from the home

The 'Wok Burner' will attach on the side of the BBQ frame and the squarish metal 'shelf' will attach to the other side of the BBQ frame, both where they used to be, when the BBQ frame's legs have been cut to their correct length.
The original full width storage shelf from under the original old BBQ will be fitted too, when all work is finished

The project is coming along slowly but surely, after all it is a long weekend here in Busselton (WA)I made a shelf from dark laminex board to fit the gutted area of the old 4 x burner BBQI'm going to make a new fascia from the same dark laminex board to cover the front area where the 4 x burner controls were situated, so it will look 'nice' and still be functionalThe shelf sits on the two ridges used to hold the old cast iron gas jets and sits firm up against each side of the area it uses.I'm going to keep the original 4 x burner BBQ's rubbish collection shelf (not shown in photo) that used to sit under the burners, because one day I may cut a hole in the new shelf so the Baby 'Q' will drain down direct into that, instead of using the Baby 'Q' collection unit, as it may be difficult to check and change, I will see how it goesThis is the new home for the Baby'Q'The old 4 x burner frame sits 12cm away from the rear wall of the open end of the pergola, so the Baby 'Q' lid will open and stay up and openI will have to cut some length off each of the (edit - old 4 x burner BBQ) legs, so the Baby 'Q' sits lower and remains level, as the concrete area where it will sit slopes away from the homeThe 'Wok Burner' will attach on the side of the BBQ frame and the squarish metal 'shelf' will attach to the other side of the BBQ frame, both where they used to be, when the BBQ frame's legs have been cut to their correct length.The original full width storage shelf from under the original old BBQ will be fitted too, when all work is finished

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