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we try to develop a gas burner for natural gas in USA, i search a customer with possibility to test and have at home a natural connection
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I have a NG hook up at my house....


But you are looking for an existing customer with a unit that has the gas hole - correct?
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Baker's Pride GP-61 NG, Baker's Pride M02T 220V, PizzaParty Ardore (with saputo tiles) LP
Focus is NY style but do others too
Preferred Flour (for NY pies) is All Trumps BB
Preferred temperature for NY is 550F, for NP 900+F
Preferred type of yeast IDY

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I have the passione and have a natural gas hookup right next to my passione for my weber outdoor grill.  i would love to help with a test.

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I have Passione Gas PP.   I also have a natural gas connection for my bbq next to it.    If you need assistance, feel free to let me know.

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norcoscia yes i search a customer

for petezapie and [email protected] have you a natural gas regulator similar a the photo with features 10WC?
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Here is a photo of my natural gas regulator connected to my grill.

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not see the pressure in your NG regulator, actually we developping the gas burner for NG at WC10
is possible check is ok?
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not see the pressure in your NG regulator, actually we developping the gas burner for NG at WC10
is possible check is ok?

The yellow tag on the reg indicates the outlet pressure is adjustable from 7-11WC.
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Hi
norcoscia yes i search a customer

for petezapie and [email protected] have you a natural gas regulator similar a the photo with features 10WC?

Also, the standard spring in the regulator you pictured (Maxitrol RV47L) is 2.8-5.2WC, not 10WC.
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strange, a big gas products producer in Italy provide me some samples of 10WC because say is the correct pressure of NG. Petezapie or TXCraig is possible speak with a plumber to understand the pressure of GN?
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At my house it is about ~6 wc - at least at the gas company pressure regulator going into my house - likely goes down a bit once it goes through all of the pipes. Then the regulators at each device meter it down to what they are engineered for.

My BP GP-61 runs at 3.5 wc (post the internal gas pressure regulator....)
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Focus is NY style but do others too
Preferred Flour (for NY pies) is All Trumps BB
Preferred temperature for NY is 550F, for NP 900+F
Preferred type of yeast IDY

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I think 7WC on the home side of the meter/regulator is very common in the US.
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Sounds about right - I'm sure it is plus or minus a bit depending on where you live in relation to the closest main delivery point....
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Focus is NY style but do others too
Preferred Flour (for NY pies) is All Trumps BB
Preferred temperature for NY is 550F, for NP 900+F
Preferred type of yeast IDY

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I think the supply side of the meter is generally 1-2PSI = 28-55WC
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in the output of natural gas in your home, there aren't write the pressure?
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The natural gas coming into my home from the meter is 7WC. I think it would be very unusual for a home in the US to have 10WC natural gas pressure to their home. 10WC is typical for propane. 7WC is typical for natural gas.
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I'll check on the supply side - I know at my house the main pressure regulator is about maxed out - when I had the gas company check my BP GP-61 hook up he said the regulator I have was about maxed out (for flow) once you add up the pizza oven, my home oven, BBQ, hot water heater and HVAC unit. I'm not sure if a bigger unit just has a bigger diaphragm or if somehow they ratchet up the pressure coming to the house also.
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Focus is NY style but do others too
Preferred Flour (for NY pies) is All Trumps BB
Preferred temperature for NY is 550F, for NP 900+F
Preferred type of yeast IDY

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Does this mean anything?  This is part of my gas meter.  I do not see any regulators on any gas lines. 

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Does this mean anything?  This is part of my gas meter.  I do not see any regulators on any gas lines.

That is your regulator. It looks like it says 5"-9" WC on the tag in the upper left. Almost all regs are adjustable in two ways: 1) by removing that cap with the slot on the tube sticking out and adjusting the pressure on the spring, and 2) changing the spring which changes the range of adjustment. Note on the picture I posted earlier that the spring used is also identified along with the 5-8WC range it provides.
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Just to be clear, saying 7WC is the same as 7"WC, or 5"-9"WC is the same as 509WC. The actual measure is Inches Water Column. It's how far the pressure can push water up a tube.
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