mbird Posted October 15, 2009 Share Posted October 15, 2009 Our boat is currently installed with 2x butane cylinders (each with different fittings though; one flogas and one calor), which feed a common regulator via two pigtails. In order to be able to boil the kettle through the winter months, I am considering converting the system to Propane. Obviously this will need a new regulator and pigtails etc, but I wondered if there were any disadvantages with running Propane all year around. I think it is slightly more expensive, but we only get through about one cylinder a year, so that's not really an issue. Given that Propane works even in sub-zero conditions, why do people actually bother with Butane? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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