Would it be okay to have propane running alongside the natural gas line?

Inquiry:

Hello, I’m planning on getting one of your burners for my husband for Christmas. This will be used in our outdoor kitchen. We currently have a natural gas line for our grill, so I was planning on getting a natural gas burner but the propane burners get so much hotter, I think it would be better. Is there any way I can do a built in propane burner next to the grill and just leave a propane tank in the cabinet below? Would it be okay to have propane running alongside the natural gas line? Sorry for all the questions! Thanks in advance, he has been talking about a wok burner for a long time!

Outdoorstirfry:

Propane gas is high pressured such that it can deliver much higher heat.  There is no conflict to have natural gas powered appliance on the side of a propane gas powered burner.   These two appliances have their own hoses or pipes.   You can leave the propane bottle in your cabinet as long as it is convenient to take it out and put a new one in.  Propane tank eventually runs out of gas and you need to exchange the empty one with a full one in a local hardware store or gas station.

Hope we answer your question.

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