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RE: On Demand Propane Hot Water Heater

ernie1, we are in Colorado, not California. I guess I will have to find out more detail on rules in Colorado.
MichaelCO 06/06/22 05:38pm Tech Issues
RE: On Demand Propane Hot Water Heater

ernie1, Thanks for your replies. Another option I think we will do for now. We have a little ~2 gallon hot water heater that you put on a counter for tea or hot chocolate (not for plumbing, just for counter service kind of thing). We can heat water in that and put in the wash sink (one of 3 sinks for washing). My understanding is you don't need hot water for hand washing, only dish washing and cleaning. We only wash a few utensils or cutting board usually once per day. We serve pre-cooked gourmet hot dogs and brats. Our non-profit provides paid work experience for teens and young adults with learning disabilities. So we keep it easy for them. There are no customer dishes to wash. We serve on compostable paper and cardboard containers. ernie1, does that sound reasonable?
MichaelCO 06/06/22 02:10pm Tech Issues
RE: On Demand Propane Hot Water Heater

I can try contacting a food truck supplier, but I would think that RV people out in the rockies would camp at much higher altitudes than towns with food trucks. Worth a shot though. Still would like to hear from other RVers. Michael
MichaelCO 06/05/22 04:41pm Tech Issues
On Demand Propane Hot Water Heater

I have a truck camper, but this question is actually for our non-profit food truck. Our food truck stays in one place at 8,000 feet altitude. We need an on demand propane hot water heater. We do not have access to enough electric to use an electric hot water heater. I’ve been trying to research heaters, but the manufactures and distributors won’t say if they will work at 8,000 feet. They only say “it won’t as well”, but that doesn’t tell me much. Most of the manufacturers consider "high altitude" to be 2,000 feet. We would need a really, really deep cave to get that low here! Two that I were looking at were: • Furrion 2.4GPM Tankless RV Gas Water https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08DW4GM81/?coliid=I2MINE5Y1F3VMO&colid=2059FVN8ZDRJQ&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it • GIRARD 2GWHAM Tankless Water Heater https://www.amazon.com/dp/B019BWN8E2/?coliid=I13NSYHQMUDQAI&colid=2059FVN8ZDRJQ&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it Has anyone had practical experience with one of these or any other model that works at minimum 8,000 ft? The food truck will always be at this altitude, not just occasionally. The hot water will be for washing hands and light dish washing, but the water needs to be good and hot to pass health department inspections. Please help. I have been getting frustrated in my search. Thanks, Michael
MichaelCO 06/05/22 03:24pm Tech Issues
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