Running Propane 25,000 BTU off 20lb tank?

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Old 12-13-16, 09:26 AM
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Running Propane 25,000 BTU off 20lb tank?

Winter is upon us and I still have yet to relocate my 250 gallon propane tank to to garage site. The thing is 90% full and just havent got my father-in-laws backhoe over here to move the thing. Anyway... I have my 25,000btu 5 stack propane heater mounted in my garage. I'm currently using a 60,000 btu forced air propane heater which does not have a thermostat on it. It gets way to hot way to quick in the garage and it gets so frustrating having to toggle it on and off all the time. I have about 5 20 lb tanks I use for my forced air heater and it would be so nice just using them for my 25,000 btu wall heater. Is there a way to do this? What might I need to make this possible? Thank you.
 
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Old 12-13-16, 10:29 AM
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looks like according to the specs of my heater it requires a min. of 100#. Owell, thanks anyway...
 
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