Line pressure for a Tri-fuel gas power generator

marktym327September 29, 2011

I am thinking of purchasing a tri-fuel power generator. I am not interested in a typical standby generator they seem to be too expensive. The generator (Winco) requires that the Natural Gas line have the capability of supplying to the demand regulator, 4-6 ounces or 7 to 11 inches WC. ( water column) . Does anyone know if the standard natural gas line for residential service in Texas is enough to meet these demands.

Thanks for any information

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lazypup

4 to 8oz in standard residential line pressure

    Bookmark   September 30, 2011 at 12:10AM
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