I got a new gas stove. I will use an LPG tank as the source for gas. The stove's user manual specifies to use gas at a pressure of 37mbar, and that "the company isn't responsible for any difference in performance or any risk if it is used at a different value". It also warns not to use it at a pressure greater than 45mbar in any circumstance and that a pressure regulator should be used in that case. I can't find any gas regulators that output a 37mbar pressure. Is it ok if I use it with 28mbar, 29mbar or 30mbar for example? These are the only ones I could find in my country. Are there any risks to do so?
I just saw this again 15 “ of WC .43 psi per inch if memory serves is +6psi, but as I said a difference in orifice size has all that has been needed in many cases of bbq’s , water heaters and standard household ovens on this side Of the pond work on ~3/4 psi and commercial at 2 psi. My wife recently purchased a commercial stove / oven for our home, we did need to change the regulator and oven jets in this model that was designed for NG to run on LPG It is awesome but most folks don’t want to pay over 6k for a fancy setup like this. And it has the exact same burners on the stove top and ovens it can be done in many cases in my experience.