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how much water from combustion

of 1 gal of K2? approximately.......thanx

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  • Jean-David Beyer
    Jean-David Beyer Member Posts: 2,666
    For natural gas...

    it is about 1.15 gallons of water from 100,000 BTU. It is less for #2 fuel oil and I assume also for K2.
  • thanx

    that confirms what i had a helluva time at a scientific site when contemplating a ventless gas heater..............might have to return there to get this answer?
  • Jean-David Beyer
    Jean-David Beyer Member Posts: 2,666
    Better check your local codes.

    It is my understanding that ventless gas heaters are illegal in many jurisdictions.

    I do not know if they are legal where I live, but I would not have one in the house.
  • it aint

    about the heater, its about the science,otherwise a fool with a tool....
  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 15,342
    JDB is right

    they are illegal because of the carbon monoxide hazard. The only thing we'll do with one of these monstrosities is rip it out!
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    Towson, MD, USA
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  • stay away from

    my gas cookstove which dont got a O2 safety sensor, unlike the ventless heaters. I guess u dont know how much H2O from K2 combustion ?
  • meplumber
    meplumber Member Posts: 678
    K1 heaters cannot be ventless in most areas either.

    I wasn't even aware that they were still in production.  There were some camp heaters available in the late 80's.  I have data on LP and Natural moisture output, but nothing on #2 or K1.
  • ressurection day bonus

    from the other site[science] i got the word that its ~ 1/1 & similar to gas ratio IN SPITE OF BTU CONTENT...........HAPPY EASTER WNS
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