"LPG" is the term used here for a mixture of Propane & Butane sold for public use. The exact ratio varies depending on where you buy it and I think also with the season and is not known to me.
I am working on a personal project, I have a gas tank (Liquefied petroleum gas) with a pressure of 4-5 bar (about 50 to 80 psi). Gas in it is a combination of liquid and gas (you can hear the liquid inside if you shake it).
I need some kind of a device/filter that would convert it to gas at the output (instead of liquid) with a small pressure so I can burn it cleanly.
I tried using an industrial vaporizer that is designed to produce gas from LPG, but it gave me something stronger than I need, and when it burns it seems that it is "not clean". (Maybe the industrial gas that is used with the vaporiser is a different mix of gases than domestic LPG?)
Basically, what I need is to build something that works like a large version of a cigarette lighter, like this :
As you can see, in a lighter like in the photo there is liquid and gas, and a wick that turns produce "clean" fire, without all the side effects that the vaporizer creates.
Now, I am missing a lot of knowledge here, and I would like to know if someone can guide me to how should I do this, what are the names and definitions for the stuff I need etc, Any knowledge regarding to what I should do, or how, or where can I find it will be mostly appreciated.
When I used the phrase "home gas" which is common in my state, I meant Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
Here is the vaporizer I used now (it belongs to someone who knows what he is doing, I do not plan on killing myself :)
So, I'll try to re-describe my problem,
I want to get "clean slow flame" such as is produced by a cigarette lighter. Instead, what I am getting, regardless of the vaporizer pressure setting, burns like it's not clean - it acts as if some of the gas is not really burning or properly vaporising when it comes out.