1 gallon of Propane ~= 4.23 lbs ~= 91500 Btus
1 lbs of Propane ~=22000 Btus
20 lb tank of propane holds approx 4 gallons of propane (366000 BTUs)
Your grill will last 366000 BTUs/ Grill BTU output hrs
You can get a summer out of a tank if you only grill on weekends.
It can last for months or just a week, it really depends on how much you grill and at what tempeature.
how long does a tank of gasoline last in a car. it depends on the size of the propane tank, and the amount of BTUs the device uses. this varies by the type of device.. (heater, grill, torch, etc.) and by manufacturer
There is no way to tell without you describing your grill, the outside air temperature, how many burners you have lit, the amount of ventilation and the size of the propane tank.
It takes six min. per pound.
It depends on how often you use it, but with daily use, a replacement will be needed every 6-8 weeks.
I believe portable barbecue grills last as long as the propane tank you have, possibly buy a few extra of them, just to make sure they last through the whole entire football game.
You can, but in the long run it tends to be cheaper just to buy a new grill. It takes time and money to convert the grill.
Until its done.
The propane will last until the tank is empty.
Propane BBQ grills are safe and cost effective. As long as the propane tank is properly secured and connected to the grill, you should have no problems at all. Here are some grill safety tips: http://www.homeownernet.com/patios/bbqsafety.html
To figure this out, check the specifications for your grill. It should report the output of each burner in BTU (British Thermal Units) or kWh (kilowatt hours). One pound of propane contains 21500 BTU (around 6.3 kWh). An average grill might have burners with individual output of around 30000 BTU at full output. Therefore 1 lb of propane will, in theory, last for around (21500 / 30000) * 60 = around 43 minutes. The real time is probably somewhat less than this. If you run it at half output (good for a few sausages) it should last somewhat more than an hour.
The Weber Genesis E-310 can use any size propane container, as long as it has a standard propane nozzle connector.
It depends on the year that you bough it in. IF it is within the last 5 yrs. they should be good for the next 5 1/2 yrs.
It depends on how much you use it. Normal use and it should last a month or so. Good answer and applicable too! My tank has lasted 10 years so far. Next summer I am getting a grill to hook it up to and I will give an update on service times... Ron Ernie
If you are trying to decide whether you should purchase a gas grill or a charcoal grill, you can compare the advantages of buying each grill. Possibly, the biggest advantage of buying a charcoal grill is the smoky flavor that charcoal imparts on food as it burns. The propane used in gas grills adds very little flavor to grilled foods, but propane tends to be a more consistent heat source than charcoal, and the cost of using a propane grill is generally less than the cost of using a charcoal grill in the long run.
Propane does not go bad. unlike fossil fuels like gasoline, kerosine and diesel, natural gases like propane NEVER go bad.
Depending on the size propane tank you have for your grill...normally if you are working with a standard size propane tank that comes with your grill when you buy it we normally will get about 25 BBQs out of it. Until it becomes very light-weight and cold on the outside. Again these 25 BBQs are regular hamburgers, hotdogs and chicken cooking...NOT slow cooking ribs, etc.....for hours at a time. These slow cooking BBQ foods can equal 2-3 regular BBQs!!! Hope this helps!
The 16.4 oz propain bottle contains 1.02 pounds of propain.1.02 lbs propain equals 16.320 oz 16.320 oz equals 22.032. Ans:45 Min's
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Gas barbecue grills can be fueled by propane or natural gas. In the long run, natural gas is the cheapest option. These types of grills are connected to one of the home's gas lines. The downside to using this option is that your grill must remain in the same location. Propane costs more to use, but is more convenient in that your grill can be moved around your property and even taken with you camping.
That very much depends on what tempeature you are cooking at.
It all depends on how much you are willing to spend on the grill, if you buy a cheap grill it wont last very long but if you buy an expensive one like the Fire Magic Diamond Series Echelon E1060i Built-in Gas Grill it will last a while and performs great.
Propane stove. Propane water heater. Propane fridge. Propane heater. Propane gas lights. Propane generator w/storage cells for electric use. Propane A/C units (not cheap, but have long life.)