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Old 2018-06-26, 4:17pm
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Default Natural gas option

I am thinking of change from Propane to Natural gas. Our house is all gas now so it wouldn't be much to run the gas line to my studio. So what do I need to get in place to use NG? a regulator? or can I use the same set up I have fro propane and just switch to NG


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Old 2018-06-26, 4:32pm
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I suggest you call he gas company and find out what the gas pressure is going into your house. Most of the time the pressure is low enough that all you need is an on/off valve for your gas line at or near your bench.
I prefer the adjustable pressure of propane for the ability to create a more penetrating and hotter flame when I need it.
Also you may want to read this; http://lampworketc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=294138

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