I'm wanting to hook up several propane burners and or grills to the same tank of gas.. Does anyone know how to do this??? Is there some kind of manifold block that will hook to the tank and feed more than one appliance??
2-3 way splitters are easy to find at ~$25-30 The problem lies with how much volume you will be taking from the tank. Especially in colder weather. The more volume you run, the bigger tank youll need. Too much volume will make a tank freeze up and stifle the flow. you should be fine to run a few small burners or lanterns. You MAY have problems with 3 cajun cookers though. Talk to the track welders at work. I'm sure they could explain the freeze point and volume problems with a portable propane/MAP gas tank.
Squeeze.. Thanks for the heads up about the freezing.. I have seen this happen before on propane tanks.. I did find a two way splitter hose at Lowes but decided not to buy it.. I'll just hook up a tank to each appliance and go from there..
Drop,, I don't mind playing with fire once in awhile, that's how we learn new things.., as long as it don't kill us first...
What I'd like to do is set it up so I can run several burners at the same time using only one tank. But like squeeze said it might freeze up if I let to much gas out at one time,, however I'll still look into it and see what I can find out.. If I have to buy a 100 pound tank to make it work, Then I guess I can get one.
google propane splitter and you will have your answer..one day someone needs to show me howto post a link,lol.....
Just left click the address bar where this 'URL' is located...upper left side of screen. Just left click it once and it will highlight. Then while this address is highlighted press at the same time on your keyboard the Ctrl and C keys, this will copy...then go to the area you want to copy and left click once to establish the area you want to paste in, then press at the same time Ctrl and V....this will paste. Good luck and may the force be with you