Lantern BTU output

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lamplighter44
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Lantern BTU output

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I know I have seen this information here before. I just can't and it now? Help, Please.
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3-4K btu on double mantle gpa lanterns. slightly less for singles.
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Interesting question I'd like to know myself and will the kerosene lanterns produce more btu's.
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I typed up the above info and add to it. The tabs don't translate.
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Coleman GPA Output BTUs Per Hour
Lanterns:

200A Single Mantle, CF 2,900
220/228 Double Mantle, CF 3,500
5107 Single Mantle, Propane 2,600
5114 Double Mantle, Propane 3,100
Stoves:
500 1-Burner, CF 7,500
502 1-Burner, CF 4,500
425E Small 2-Burner, CF 18,700
413G Large 2-Burner, CF 25,600
426D 3-Burner, CF 25,800
5418 1-Burner, Propane 8,000
5400 2-Burner, Propane 8,000
5410 2-Burner De Luxe, Propane 10,000

Coleman Fuel BTU Content: BTU
Per Quart 30,000
Per Gallon 120,000
Per Pound 20,000
To figure burn times, divide the BTUs in the
container by the BTU output of the appliance.

Propane BTU Content: BTU
14.1 oz Tall Bottle 19,000
16.4 oz Coleman Bottle 22,000
4.25 lb. Bottle 86,540
11 lb. Bottle 236,500
20 lb. Bottle 430,000
Per Pound 21,500
Pressure @ Temp Without Regulator PSI
30° 52
50° 77
70° 110
90° 149
110° 197
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