Gas Barbecues - Picking the precise Gas Type and Regulator
Not sure which Calor gas you ought to be employing for your appliances?
Calor Gas is versatile, instantly adjustable, clean and simple to supply, store and use.
For gas bbqs under 10kW
Patio GasTM 5Kg is propane which is normally used for leisure purposes.
The Calor Patio GasTM cylinder is an appealing jade green shade that looks great on any kind of veranda and has a compact shape that fits neatly below the majority of wagon bbqs.
Regarding patio heating units and gas barbecues above 10kW
Patio GasTM 13Kg is propane that is generally used for heating and cooking on larger equipment above 10kW. Calor Patio GasTM is an all weather conditions performance deck heater cylinder. It accepts the easy-fit clip-on regulator that will require no equipment for assembly
Gas barbeque under 10kW - Patio Gas 5Kg
Gas Barbecues in excess of 10kW - Patio Gas 13Kg
Table top Patio Heaters - Patio gas 5Kg or 13Kg
Patio Heaters - Patio Gas 13Kg
Gas regulator guide
Attaching your BBQ gas cylinder to your barbecue equipment is probably not the mostglamorous area of barbecueing, yet itâ€™s definitely a means to an end.
Neglect to join your cylinder correctly and you wonâ€™t be taking advantage of any delicious grilled food whatsoever! Itâ€™s crucial then, to get it right.
How to fit a Patio GasTM cylinder
These instructions feature the essential rules regarding cylinder connection - please refer to the manualâ€™s wording with regard to information specific for your model of regulator.
To begin with make certain you are utilizing an easy, clip-on regulator instead of the older regulators which will require tools to be used.
Ones regulator is switched to the â€˜offâ€™ or â€˜disconnectâ€™ position
All taps within the bbq are shut
The line linking to the bbq is effectively fixed and securely in place.
Put the regulator on top of this cylinder valve and, putting your hand on top of your regulator, push immediately downwards until you hear a click.
After the regulator is fitted, switch to the â€˜onâ€™ position as indicated on the regulator.
Tip: In case your device has been in storage a lengthy while, it is worth looking at the inlet valves for spiders and other bugs who like to nest there
Obstructions can stop the circulation of gas to the bbq, and result in a dangerous build-up.
Tips on how to detach a Patio GasTM cylinder
Once youâ€™ve cooked up your feast on the bbq, itâ€™s time to detach a person's Calor cylinder.
1. Switch the regulator to the â€˜offâ€™ position, ensuring the barbecue flame is definitely extinguished.
2. Push the on/off switch, next pull upwards so that you can disconnect.
IMPORTANT: Remember to not ever try disconnecting the cylinder when your regulator is in the on (or open) position.