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What is the difference between Propane burners and natural gas? I have propane installed.
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 28 October 2013 12:44 PM

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Due to different characteristics propane requires an air mixer just before the gas supply reaches the main burner assembly. This air mixer ensures a proper metering of air to propane to ensure a proper flame. While propane uses an air mixer, natural gas uses a fuel injector just before the burner assembly. The other difference between the two is that propane uses a vermiculite media spread over the burner pan, while natural gas will use sand spread over the burner pan.

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