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Ok so i have looked through this forum for the past two days and i cant find the answer to my question. i am currently planning my first blown propane forge while i am out to sea so i can build it when i return home. I was wondering what diameter of pipe is best used for the mixing pipe that leads into the forge. i have seen people use all the way up to 2.5 in pipe. that seems a little large for me. i think that i will be making the forge out of a 7 gallon or so airtank. i have been thinking of running a dual burner set up mainly for better heat distribution. i would have valves on each
Author's Note: This thread details a large project as it develops. If you wish to do the same project, I would highly encourage you to read the entire thread first. If you don't, you might find yourself missing lessons learned. So it is time for me to go from pipe oriented blown burners to ribbon burners. I have heard so many good things about their efficiency and heat output that I thought it was time to make the new leap since I am building a new forge anyway (the old one has been too badly damaged by borax). So I will post the build in this thread. I will continue to edit the first po