Does anyone have any experience of this? I have recently moved to an apartment building where they don't allow propane tanks to be stored which makes brewing a bit difficult with the setup I have at the moment.
I could just smuggle in a tank but I'm wondering if I could convert my system to run off the installed gas in the apartment. There are plenty of superfluous gas outlets in the bathroom and kitchen (attached to gas convectors/heaters I don't use).
At the moment I'm using a cast iron burner which is about 6 kW from memory with a tank and adjustable reductor.
I have a 90 Lt vessel so the kitchen stove won't make much of a dent in heating up this volume of water.
Has anyone done anything like this?
I do know that natural gas has a lower heating value than LPG and is at much lower pressure and is 'thicker', but it is also much cheaper.
Any advice would be appreciated.
I don't really want to blow up my apartment
The burner is something like this one
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