Gas cylinder FAQ

Frequently asked questions about sourcing gas/LPG cylinders and using them with your gas fired pizza oven. If you have a question which has not been answered below, please feel free to get in touch with us.

Before connecting and using your LPG gas cylinder and gas fired oven, please make sure to read and understand all the usage and safety instructions provided with your gas fired oven and LPG cylinder.

Gas cylinder FAQ | Pizza Pro

What kind of fuel/gas tank do I need?

All our gas fired ovens utilize standard LPG cooking gas. Any size cylinder can be connected to and used with our ovens, using a standard LPG hose and the appropriate regulator.

The regulator must be rated for 30mbar / 300mmWC pressure. This is a standard pressure for domestic cylinders across India.

Commercial regulators rated for higher pressures will damage your oven.

Ooni ovens are not compatible with piped gas or CNG.

Where can I get an LPG cylinder from?

LPG cylinder booking can be done online on the below portals. Should you wish to visit your local supplier, a distributor search is available as well.

Bharat Gas Online Portal

HP Gas Online Portal

Indane Online Portal

What is a regulator and which one do I need?

A regulator controls the gas flow from your gas tank to your gas-fired oven by limiting the pressure to a safe level and providing an on-off valve. It is clamped/screwed onto the top of the LPG cylinder and an LPG hose is used to connect the regulator to the gas fired oven.

LPG cylinders from HP Gas, Bharat Gas and Indane use the same regulator. If you do not already have one, you can purchase a gas regulator and hose kit on our website, or from your local gas supplier.

How do I connect my LPG cylinder to my gas-fired oven?

To connect your oven you simply need to fit your LPG hose over the gas inlet of your oven and secure it with a hose clamp as shown below. The LPG hose should be a 8-10mm hose that is a standard size all over India, and is available on our website as well.

Tip: Soak the ends of the hose in hot water for 2 minutes. This will soften the rubber and make it slightly easier to slide onto the inlet of the oven and gas regulator. Please note that the hose and inlet will still require force to slide on as they are supposed to be a snug fit by design.

Figure 1. Gas inlet

 How to Connect a Gas Hose to Ooni Ovens

Figure 2. LPG hose secured with hose clamp

How to Connect a Gas Hose to Ooni Ovens

Figure 3. Gas regulator connected to LPG cylinder


How to Connect a Gas Hose to Ooni Ovens