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    Grilling with R22

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    Good eye!
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    That is amazing

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    I saw that the other day on TV. I thought it was an older green propane. Maybe i was wrong.

    Edit: just looked up "propane refrigerant" on google. and a green bottle that looks like r22 shows up. It is r290. Maybe their gas grill ran out so they grabbed the tank out of the service truck

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    Quote Originally Posted by klee7013 View Post
    I saw that the other day on TV. I thought it was an older green propane. Maybe i was wrong.

    Edit: just looked up "propane refrigerant" on google. and a green bottle that looks like r22 shows up. It is r290. Maybe their gas grill ran out so they grabbed the tank out of the service truck
    I've never seen R290. Maybe that was the look they were going for. Grilling in the 70's and a tank exchange today.
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    I don't believe R290 (Propane) has an ASHRAE designated color. (Many refrigerants don't)

    I'll bet some of those new "miracle" R22 replacement refrigerants like R22a, Eco Freeze, etc. would work rather well for the grille.

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    That's what happens when you put a woman behind the grill.
    "If you've eliminated all other possibilities whatever remains must be the truth."

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