Re: [new_distillers] what;s wrong with propane
- Exactly, there is nothing wrong with using propane if the user has one iota of nous.
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> From: "Fred Mason" <cloudwalkeriv@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [new_distillers] what;s wrong with propane
> Date: Sun, 18 Nov:33:34 -0800 (PST)
> I use propane in my work and when teaching. Many jewelers use
> propane because it burns cleaner than acetylene. Because of the
> number of dwellings which have been burned due to turkey fryers and
> gas grills the hue & cry is up on propane. Placing a grill which
> can reach 500+ degrees F next to vinyl siding is not advised. Over
> filling a pot of boiling oil and dropping a turkey into it will
> spill hot oil which is flammable as is the floor.
> The problem is not the fuel but the operator. This is a safe fuel
> used with at least a 0.5 gram of common sense. The disclaimer on
> the small canisters is legal speak to protect the fuel
> producer/distributor. The large 20 lbs tanks have been outlawed
> for use in multi-family dwellings see the above para for reasons.
> As a cooking heat propane is as safe as city gas or electricity or
> whatever. Any fire requires proper ventilation and handling
> whether cooking a steak or your favorite recipe. I usually cook on
> my gas stove indoors with ventilation and vapors/vapours/fumes
> separated from the heat source. My wife enjoys my cooking and
> isn't worried about my ability to work with fire
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