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1255Re: [Distillers] Ventillation

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  • Matt
    Oct 30, 2000
      On Mon, Oct 30, 2000 at 01:53:56PM +1300, Pete Sayers wrote:
      > Hi Rob Pete from Brewers barn here, i would be very careful about using
      > propane inside whilst distilling. All that alcohol vapour just might go
      > bang. I have a friend who used a gas burner(LPG), but always used it at the
      > door of his garage.
      > regards Pete
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Robert Mitchell [mailto:goldgate84@...]
      > Sent: Monday, 23 October 2000 07:00
      > To: Distillers@egroups.com
      > Subject: [Distillers] Ventillation
      > I've got a new burner.It runs on propane. Maximum heat output is supposed
      > to be 60,000 btu. You are supposed to run it outside , avccording to the
      > info. I want to use it to run a 10 gal boiler.
      > Here's the question. Many homes have gas powered stoves. We do and we
      > often run all 4 burners at once. We don't have any special ventillation. So
      > can I safely run the propane burner inside?
      > Rob

      well yeah it's not just the ethanol fumes but the carbon monoxide fumes
      that you want to look out for.... even a home stove that runs on gas from
      the gas company is not rated for every use (e.g., using it to heat your
      kitchen is a no-no) because of the risk of CO poisoning. If you're going
      to use a large-scale propane burner inside you'd do well to install some
      vent ducting or at least a CO detector. be safe and sane so that one day
      this beloved hobby has a chance of going legit :-)


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