gas regulator help please

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  • #52500
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    Hello there

    We are after a different kind of regulator that will give more pressure at the burner in order to heat a large pan of oil for a turkey cook out over Xmas.
    The kind we have now is the standard screw on type, but this doesnt heat the oil enough for deep frying ans I suspect are used mostly for Paella’s etc

    I hope this makes sense, maybe if there are any American’s here, they may be able to point me in the right direction as they have turkey cook out’s alot.

    Thank you
    Merrymex

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  • #67764
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    Why do you think an American can only help you. If you sure perhaps e.mail Tony Blair

  • #67766
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    How rude Shakeel

    The reason I mentioned American’s was because they cook their turkey’s outside like this for Xmas far more than we might here.

    Merrymex

  • #67767
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    Hi Merrymex

    I don’t know if this is going to be any help, but i had / have a similar issue with my barbeque.

    i bought it in the UK and shipped it out to Spain only to find that gas in Spain is nearly always butane not propane (you can get it) and that while you would think bottled gas is the same worldwide, it’s not!

    Standard regulators in whichever country present the gas at a different pressure.

    So if you have a barbeque from the UK and its preferred gas is propane first the pressure of gas will be less than it requires and butane is not as hot as propane.

    Like the turkey ‘stuffed’ i would think 😕

    By the way the question would have been better place in the Settling in forum.

    Regards and a merry Christmas

    Paul

  • #67768
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    merry max

    I am sorry if you think bit of humour and sarcasm is rude. cheer up its x mass.

    I only said that to contact Tony Blair as he regulary get stuffed by the Americans, thanks giving or not so he would know.

  • #67769
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    Once you had explained it, I thought it was a good joke, but unfortunately you shouldn´t have to explain jokes!

  • #67770
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    Oops, sorry Shakeel, caught me on a bad day 😳 Merry Xmas to you too.
    Will put it in the settling in forum, thank’s for the replies, the reg came from the states and the gas was the same there I think!!!

    Regards to all
    merrymex
    xx

  • #67771
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    So, we all have a different sence of humour. Thanks God for that.

    I think Groucho Marx said sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. who am I to challange him.

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    p800aul

    Very interesting link not from the medical background. I had to read a twice.

    ” Maybe it’s a cultural difference. I think the English have a more complicated and subtle sarcasm that the Americans are not used to,” Dr Shamay-Tsoory said.”

    I am so glad that I had spent my informative years in England !!!!!!!!!!!!

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