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1 Hour Gas Timer

Using a gas timer on your grill can be a helpful safety measure to prevent accidents, especially if you use propane or natural gas grills. Here's how to use a gas timer on your grill:

  1. Purchase a Gas Timer: Start by acquiring a gas timer or gas shut-off valve designed for outdoor grills. You can find these at hardware stores, home improvement centers, or online retailers. Ensure it's compatible with the type of gas your grill uses (propane or natural gas).
  2. Turn Off the Gas Supply: Before installing the timer, make sure the gas supply to your grill is turned off at the source. For propane grills, this means turning off the propane tank valve. For natural gas grills, it might involve shutting off the gas supply line.
  3. Install the Gas Timer: Follow the manufacturer's instructions for installing the gas timer. Typically, it involves connecting the timer between the gas source (tank or supply line) and the grill's gas inlet. This may require the use of pipe thread sealant or pipe tape to ensure a secure connection.
  4. Set the Timer: Once the timer is installed, set it to your desired time limit. Gas timers typically have a dial or digital display that allows you to choose how long the gas will flow to the grill. Some timers can be set for a specific duration, while others may have options for shorter intervals, like 15 minutes.
  5. Start the Timer: Activate the timer by turning the knob or pressing the start button, depending on the timer's design. The gas will flow to the grill for the duration you've set.
  6. Grill Safely: While the timer is running, you can safely use your grill. Enjoy cooking your food, knowing that the gas supply will automatically shut off when the timer reaches zero.
  7. Timer Reset: If you need more time or wish to continue grilling, you can reset the timer to extend the gas supply. Simply adjust the timer to your desired time again and restart it.
  8. Timer Expires: When the timer reaches zero, it will automatically shut off the gas supply to the grill. This is a safety feature that can help prevent gas leaks or unintentional gas flow.
  9. Turn Off the Grill: After the timer has shut off the gas supply, turn off the grill's burners and close the grill's lid if applicable.
  10. Close the Gas Tank Valve: For propane grills, always close the propane tank valve when you're finished grilling, even if the timer has shut off the gas supply.

Using a gas timer on your grill is an extra layer of safety to help prevent gas-related accidents. It's particularly useful if you ever forget to turn off the gas after grilling or if you want to limit the cooking time for a specific recipe. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions for the specific gas timer you choose.

WARNING for California residents: this product may contain chemical(s) known to the state of California to cause birth defects, cancer, or other reproductive harm.

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 3 in

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1 Hour Gas Timer

$114.00

1 hour gas timer twists to turn on and off for gas flow up to one hour.  The cast body makes for easy install. 1/2″ Female NPT. 1000,000 MAX BTU Capacity.  Maximum working pressure: 1/2 P.S.I.G.  3 Mounting holes.

1 Hour Gas Timer

$114.00

1 hour gas timer twists to turn on and off for gas flow up to one hour.  The cast body makes for easy install. 1/2″ Female NPT. 1000,000 MAX BTU Capacity.  Maximum working pressure: 1/2 P.S.I.G.  3 Mounting holes.

SKU: RGT1 Category:

1 Hour Gas Timer

Using a gas timer on your grill can be a helpful safety measure to prevent accidents, especially if you use propane or natural gas grills. Here's how to use a gas timer on your grill:

  1. Purchase a Gas Timer: Start by acquiring a gas timer or gas shut-off valve designed for outdoor grills. You can find these at hardware stores, home improvement centers, or online retailers. Ensure it's compatible with the type of gas your grill uses (propane or natural gas).
  2. Turn Off the Gas Supply: Before installing the timer, make sure the gas supply to your grill is turned off at the source. For propane grills, this means turning off the propane tank valve. For natural gas grills, it might involve shutting off the gas supply line.
  3. Install the Gas Timer: Follow the manufacturer's instructions for installing the gas timer. Typically, it involves connecting the timer between the gas source (tank or supply line) and the grill's gas inlet. This may require the use of pipe thread sealant or pipe tape to ensure a secure connection.
  4. Set the Timer: Once the timer is installed, set it to your desired time limit. Gas timers typically have a dial or digital display that allows you to choose how long the gas will flow to the grill. Some timers can be set for a specific duration, while others may have options for shorter intervals, like 15 minutes.
  5. Start the Timer: Activate the timer by turning the knob or pressing the start button, depending on the timer's design. The gas will flow to the grill for the duration you've set.
  6. Grill Safely: While the timer is running, you can safely use your grill. Enjoy cooking your food, knowing that the gas supply will automatically shut off when the timer reaches zero.
  7. Timer Reset: If you need more time or wish to continue grilling, you can reset the timer to extend the gas supply. Simply adjust the timer to your desired time again and restart it.
  8. Timer Expires: When the timer reaches zero, it will automatically shut off the gas supply to the grill. This is a safety feature that can help prevent gas leaks or unintentional gas flow.
  9. Turn Off the Grill: After the timer has shut off the gas supply, turn off the grill's burners and close the grill's lid if applicable.
  10. Close the Gas Tank Valve: For propane grills, always close the propane tank valve when you're finished grilling, even if the timer has shut off the gas supply.

Using a gas timer on your grill is an extra layer of safety to help prevent gas-related accidents. It's particularly useful if you ever forget to turn off the gas after grilling or if you want to limit the cooking time for a specific recipe. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions for the specific gas timer you choose.

WARNING for California residents: this product may contain chemical(s) known to the state of California to cause birth defects, cancer, or other reproductive harm.

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 3 in

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