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LP Gas usage rating? GPH?
How is a gas burner rated as far as usage of fuel?
I know an oil burner is rated in gallons per hour, derived via oil nozzle size and pump pressure.
Attached is a pic of a circa 1970 Hydrotherm gas boiler burning propane. Plate says 100K input, Gas(?) Output 80K, Net rating of 69K.
With propane having 91,547 BTU's/gallon (at 60*F), is this burner using a little over a gallon of LP gas per hour?