Why not go alcohol? As stated, that is what I am going to do.
I think the tradeoffs in terms of slower cooking and the like are not relevant to me. I don't want pressurized gas of any kind in my boat. I am keeping CNG for now, but will not go to LPG. Would be very expensive to try to put...
I live 20 minutes from Boston’s airport. Most big airports run their busses on CNG. I have not used it (cuz my chandlery has tanks for exchange) but it is unattended and easy to use. I assume it is the same in many cities.
I think CNG is better from a safety standpoint for sure. That said it is becoming very hard to find. It just didn't catch on, perhaps because of the super high pressure the tanks hold, mine just got filled to 2500 psi. I know people diss alcohol but that will be my next stove. That said, the...
Lucky for me, my local chandlery still exchanges tanks. They get their supply from the Corp Brothers in Providence, Rhode Island. I guess they are now called Tech Air. Anyway. It is a national company so they might be worth contacting.
Lots more digging and I found an installation manual for Isotemp water heaters and it says this.
3.3 Connections to Engine
Isotemp water heaters may be used with either fresh water or raw water-cooled engines. For good results an operating temperature of 130°F to 165°F is recommended."