Originally Posted by Wotname
I'm guessing that you won't need to re-jet your burners but you may need to adjust the air supply part of the burner - often just a small trim screw.
Proceed carefully IMO.
At the countryside, when no gaz grid access available a lot of people rely on gaz cylinders for cooking
Cylinders are stored outside, or in ventilated lockers for obvious safety reasons.
Butane freezes when temperatures drop, Propane does not.
It is common practice to switch from Butane to Propane.
No adjustment needed.
The only noticeable difference is that the flame of butane is a bit more yellowish.
It can be seen only in total darkness.
Should an air adjustment be needed either the bottom of sauce pans would turn black : Not enough air-poor combustion (rich) = soot.
Not the case.
If too much air, when on turn down position, flamme would go out (lean combustion).
It does not either.
The adjusting screw is often hidden inside the axis of the gaz tap/knob.
You need to pull the plastic knob to get access to it.
You are not likely to find a (true) professional ready to adjust anything on a cooker from an "alien" origin, unknown to him.
job is totally different, and again, plumbers are used to non metric couplers.
But again, this will not be necessary to adjust the cooker.
(I am talking, of course, of cookers
perfectly maintained, clean gaz burners, properly adjusted air/gaz ratio with a blue flamme, NOT yellow).
Still, it is a good idea, prior to a long trip to get your gaz installation
, from cylinder to cooker inspected in your home port, prior to depart.