Tankless propane camp shower
This question goes for the tankless outdoor showers (camplux, eccotemp, triton, etc...)
So most of my camping in done in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, most of which being 7000+ feet above sea level. All of these tankless heater showers have some reviews with the system not functioning at these elevations. Or some function but very inefficiently. I did call several companies none of which offer a high altitude conversion kit or a suggestion for that matter to make these system function properly at these levels.
So this got me thinking maybe if there is a lower pressure regulator out there for our propane tanks to limit the amount of fuel would in turn allow the water heater to function properly. Assuming at those altitudes the fuel/air mixture is too rich causing inefficient sooty flame or no ignition at all.
Did some googling and couldn't find any simple lower pressure regulator attachments for my propane tank. Its a 10lb aluminum marine tank.
Any suggestions? Maybe even a different product or company that i have not come across suitable for high altitude camping?
Diesel water heater is out of the question and I'm not looking for hot water inside of the van. Just looking for simple small and portable system. I installed a quick connect water port on the exterior of my van for outdoor hose use. Wouldn't mind the comfort of having the occasional hot water shower.
Im sure someone on here has had this issue before and found a solution, figured id try to get some input and recommendations.