The Propane Refrigerator vs. Solar Fridges

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When choosing an off grid refrigerator, there are many things to consider. The biggest decision being; should your power source be propane or solar? To ultimately decide on either propane or solar, you may want to answer these questions first: Which is less problematic? How long do they last? Which is most efficient? And which…

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How to set up your new gas refrigerator for proper operation

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Setting propane/gas pressure It is very important that the gas pressure be set correctly. Too high or too low of gas pressure may lead to poor performance or permanent damage to your gas refrigerator. Proper gas pressure for a LPG propane system is 11 inches of water column. Your gas supplier will test and set the…

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EZ Freeze Gas Refrigerator Controls – Lighting Instructions

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The controls of the EZ Freeze propane refrigerator are located on the front of the unit at the bottom. All are hidden by the door or a removable panel. The controls include the Thermostat Control (shown as “Temp” within the gas refrigerator parts image below) which controls the temperature of both the refrigerator and freezer compartment. It…

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Peerless Premier Gas Range Feature Chart

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Are you in the market for a gas range? Find your desired gas range specifications on this detailed chart. Some models are true non-electric appliance or off-grid appliance for homes with no or limited electricity. Peerless Premier has been producing gas appliances made in the USA for over 80 years. For additional questions or pricing on the…

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Peerless Premier Off-Grid Propane Stove/Oven FAQ

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Do the Peerless Premier Ranges operate from Propane (LPG) or Natural Gas? All Peerless Premier Ranges are shipped to operate from Natural gas. All the units come with the instructions and parts to convert to Propane (LPG) gas. This is done during the installation process.

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EZ Freeze Gas Refrigerator Parts – Orifice Information

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Info on the EZ Freeze Propane Refrigerator Orifice The gas orifice is a very important part of any gas fridge.  EZ Freeze propane refrigerators all include a very precise orifice in the burner system that is unmatched in the industry. The Orifice includes a ruby gemstone tip, all brass construction, internal filter and pressure test port. – Ruby Gemstone…

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Adjusting the Temperature of Propane Gas Refrigerators

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How to adjust the temperature Over the years we have sold thousands of Propane Gas Refrigerators and almost all of them have ended up in a remote location for use in a home or cabin that does not have electricity. Off-Grid owners seem to be more interested in adjusting their gas refrigerators to the proper temperatures than compared to owners of…

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About ammonia refrigerators and the absorption system

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What does the Ammonia do in the Absorption System? Ammonia refrigerators, also known as gas refrigerators, operate from an absorption system that use ammonia as the active key ingredient are made specific as a non electric appliance. Typically you will see these units as propane gas refrigerators in recreational vehicles. Ammonia is the key ingredient among 4 total…

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About the Absorption Refrigerator

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What is an Absorption Refrigerator? It is exactly what the name implies. The unit refrigerates by absorbing the warm air from the interior and expelling it to the exterior. Within the gas refrigeration industry, this process is accomplished by using a sealed absorption system containing a solution mixture of ammonia, water, sodium chromate, and hydrogen.…

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Danby and Consul Propane Refrigerators

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DANBY GAS REFRIGERATOR – CONSUL GAS REFRIGERATOR One of the most popular Propane Refrigerators for off-grid living. This gas refrigerator is Baja proven for over 20 years with excellent results!! We consider this a small propane refrigerator. Made by Consul in Brazil and also labeled by Danby. We offer a repair DVD for those looking to keep these units operating like…

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