Questions about: natural-gas

The inside of a hydraulically operated two-stage tankless heater, heated by single-phase electric power. The copper tank contains heating elements with 18 kW maximum power. Tankless water heaters—also called instantaneous, continuous flow, inline, fl
Of available flow technology, what’s the best for petroleum-industry vent flare gas measurement? The flowmeter thus specified must measure flows ranging from one foot to 100 feet per second, without restricting flow, and all the while accommodate gas
In the warm months of summer you don’t use your furnace to heat your home. So why not shut it off? You may not think about it, but your furnace still consumes natural gas, propane, which ever you use, during the summer, even though you are not using
When designing gas distribution systems, one must consider the demand of every appliance in order to find the minimum pipe sizes. But, to answer your first question, there is little disadvantage in using larger pipes (except for cost and space). It i
How do I go about converting this antique gas stove to run on propane? Is it possible? Depending on how the gas valve or the burners are designed it may be possible to convert to propane fuel. Most conversions are as simple as changing the burner ori
Natural gas regulators require venting. Here are some regulator vent tips and an introduction to IMAC Systems’ Vent Line Protector. Request a Quote Natural Gas Meter SetsNatural gas meter sets consist of three vital components used to safely deliver
The temperature of an object is basically a measure of the movement of the individual molecules. When you heat something up, you're adding energy to the molecules, making them bounce around faster and faster. If you imagine a room full of dancers, ge
I live in TX and have Amica as my natural gas provider. I want to replace my tank water heaters with a tankless unit. According to the Amica tech, I will need an upgraded gas meter which would increase my home's gas line from 0
One major difference between the two is energy density. LPG (mostly propane and butane but also contains a significant amount of other stuff) has about 2. 4x the energy as natural gas (mostly methane, but ethane and propane are also present)
When designing gas distribution systems, one must consider the demand of every appliance in order to find the minimum pipe sizes. But, to answer your first question, there is little disadvantage in using larger pipes (except for cost and space). It i