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Old 2017-11-20, 8:04am
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Old 2017-12-04, 3:15am
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Mostly they are not needed for home hookups.

The pressures in home natural gas lines is close to 2 to 3 psi at best and quite likely closer to one half pound psi.

There aren't many torches that will work correctly with that low of gas pressure.
My GTT Cricket works fine on household pressure but I also can't get very large work out of it.

If you want to use natural gas with larger torches you should contact the maker and see what pressures you will have to convince the gas company to provide.
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