Connect Outdoor Gas Grill to House LP Gas Line
- Can an Outdoor Gas Grill (OG) on liquid propane (LP) gas be connected to a whole house gas line system?
- Considerations when connecting a BM13 or SB13 to a entire house LP system
- Is a regulator needed to connect an OG on LP to a whole house system?
- Regulator, part number 816942
An Outdoor Gas Grill (OG), Side Burner for Cart (SB13), or Burner Module (BM13) can connect directly to a home LP gas line.
To connect the unit to the home LP gas line:
- Purchase a Wolf regulator, part number 816942.
- Remove the cap on the regulator.
- Reverse the plunger.
- Install the cap to set the regulator to LP.
- Remove the existing regulator from unit and discard.
- Install the new regulator, taking care to note the direction of the arrow on the regulator showing the direction of fuel flow.
- Fuel flow arrow should be pointed towards the unit.
- Connect the house line to the inbound side of the regulator (with the threaded sealer) using a standard flex hose.
- Standard flex hose is not supplied by Wolf.
- Operating manifold pressure will be 10" wc.
The requirements for this type of installation are as follows:
- Inbound supply pressure to the OG must be 11-14" wc.
- For a 20 lb LP tank connection, refer to Outdoor Grill LP Tank Connection Hose and Regulator.
- See also, BM13-LP Burner Module Installation on Liquid Propane Tank.
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