Weber grill covers come in a variety of sizes to fit most barbeques. For instance the 7573 cover is big enough to fit the Weber Spirit 200 and 300 grills and the Genesis Silver A/B gas grills. The customer needs to find out the size of their grill and buy the Weber cover that will be big enough.
Yep. You should. Shut off the main valve at the tank, and start reconnecting all the fittings, making sure that they are seated well. You might even want to use some thread tape to be safe and not sorry.
Hi there, did you happen to find one? i have been looking for one also and have been unsuccessful! they seem to be U.S based and cost a fortune to send to OZ.
hope you had better luck than me?
Gas is convenient and inexpensive because of the instant on instant off ability. Charcoal has a better flavor and seems to slow cook the food better. People tend to find their preference and become loyal to it.
Instead of throwing or disposing of your barbeque grill, you can actually turn them into flower carts for your own personal use. However, if you do wish to dispose of them, you can recycle them piecewise: the propane tank must be completely empty of its gas, and then the propane company (or local propane company) can take it away. The rest of the grill can be recycled at local grill recycling centers (if you have them) if not, then you must take the grill apart, recycycling the metal parts where appropriate and recycling the platic parts where appropriate. The electrical parts also must be recycled. The easiest way to find out is by calling your local sanitation department and asking them for advice on how to dispose of your grill.
Can you put gasoline in a gasoline automobile? The propane tanks ARE liquid propane. The gas evaporates as it is released. There is no physical way to store propane as a gas, therefore, it must be stored as a liquid.
This is related to the physics of gases under pressure. The short of it, is that a gas under increasing pressure gains heat, or heats up, and a gas under decreasing pressure loses heat, or cools down. The more rapid the gain or loss of pressure, the higher or lower the temperature goes. You can probably get more technical information by typing "physics of gases" into your search engine, and chosing an appropriate website. The tank has been over filled. When the tank is over-filled, it freezes the regulator up the line. Take it back to where you had it filled.
There are nearly 20 models of Weber gas grills. The entry lever for gas grills is the Spirit Series. The Genesis Series is the perfect backyard three burner grill. The top of the line is the Summit Series.
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
phone one of the local auto parts houses in your area, and they will guide you. Some of them have disposal sites there at the store. TO ME IT WOULD DEPEND ON HOW MUCH GAS YOU HAVE, I COULD USE A LITTLE TO KILL WEEDS IN THE DRIVEWAY. BUT RIGHT NOW I ALSO HAVE 30 GALLONS OF CONTAMINATIED GAS IN MY DRIVEWAY, THE DISPOSAL SIGHTS CHARGE BY THE POUND. I THIND THERE ARE 7 POUNDS TO A GALLON OF GAS TIMES HOWEVER MUCH TO RECYCLE IT. I HAVE THOUGHT OF TAKING IT TO THE DESERT AND HANDING OUT FOR FIRE STARTERS BUT GAS IS A DANGEROUS FIRE STARTER. THE FUMES CAN EASILY OVERFLOW YOUR CONTAINER AND WILL SET FIRE TO ANYTHING ON THE GROUND WHEN YOU LIGHT IT. NOT RECOMMENDED.
Some better brands for a barbecue grill are Weber, Napoleon, and Broil King. Overall, Napoleon tends to make better barbecue grills for the price and Weber tends to make more expensive grills.
The standard propane tanks used on most gas grills are 20 lbs tanks. Smaller grills such as those used for camping, tailgating, etc use smaller propane tanks that are sold in the camping or plumbing section of your store.
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.
Propane grills generally have a layer of lava rock in the bottom to hold and spread the heat. There is usually a large hole in the bottom of the grill that charcoal would fall through after they had burned for a while.
Since the screen room should offer enough ventilation i don't see any problems there and if the ceiling is at least eight feet in height you are good. A good friend of mine has a similar setup. He went to home depot and purchased some decorative ceiling panels located in the kitchen and bath department and attached them right above the grill. I believe the panels are 12"x12" in dimension and are easily cleaned if grease and smoke deposits on them, keeping your ceiling from receiving damage.
Natural gas grills are a popular choice for families that will be grilling very frequently. Unlike charcoal or propane, natural gas grills are hooked directly into the natural gas line in a home. This means that there is never a shortage of fuel. It also means that the grills can have several additional features like multiple side burners because there is no worry about running out of fuel. These grills cost more to purchase and install, but can provide easy access to the barbecue any time of year.