Is there a such thing as a natural gas hook up
for a converted natural gas generator that can be
hooked and unhooked at will? Or do natural
gas connections have to be permanent? (When it
rains/snows, I would have to get the generator out
of the weather.)
On Thursday, January 2, 2014 12:30:35 AM UTC-5, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
There are also hoses in long lenghts too, if you need that.
Check RV websites, among others. I found one few years ago that
made one for me to the length I specified. I don't think you need
a lockable shut-off, unless that's required by code. The disconnects
work like an air compressor fitting, if you unplug it, it automatically
closes, so I think just a regular gas valve is OK.
Check with a place that sells restaurant equipment or a supply house
that sells parts for commercial gas appliances because most restaurant
gas equipment has a quick disconnect so it can be moved to facilitate
floor cleaning. Gas grill sellers may have one too. ^_^
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