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Clear View LP Gas Cylinder 20 Pound!





If you camp, hunt or barbeque, the Clear View LP Gas Tanks will make every camp site or deck the envy of all your friends. The Clear View LP Gas Tank takes the guess work out of propane levels. How much propane is left in the tank? This is not a question you want to hear when you are setting up camp. Nowadays you can see for yourself with the Clear View LP Gas Tanks with its ground-breaking see-through propane cylinder. We will use the Clear View LP Gas Tanks for our barbeque grill, outside the duck blind for heat and cooking meals and for camp kitchen.

Clear View LP Gas Tanks are a composite cylinder are approved in all 50 states, and will fit most standard grills. The DOT rate the life of the Clear View LP Gas Tanks is 15 years and are recertified every 5 years. The DOT has approved Clear View LP Gas Tanks for marking, manufacturing; sales and use for Liquid Propane Gas containers. Clear View LP Gas Tanks are good to -40 degrees Celsius

We are thrilled to test and review because it took the guess work out of Propane levels. We will use the Clear View LP Gas Tanks in hunting camp, in the duck blind, duck boat or any camp site. We love it!

Clear View LP Gas Tanks

20 lb.

Our propane tanks are translucent for fuel-level viewing. Never run out of propane gas again during a barbecue. Eliminates guess work about how much propane remains! Your wife will certainly appreciate a perfectly barbecued meal.

No Corrosion, no painting, no rust, will not mar storage area, one half the weight of steel LP tanks, stackable and safer to use and store.

Our 20-lb. Clear View propane tanks are the same size as your old rusty steel tank and use the latest UL approved valve and a standard OPD connection. The valve receptacle works with either the male or female styles of barbecue connections.

Height: 18.1 inches
Diameter: 12 inches
Pressure Rating: 441 psi
Propane Capacity: 17 lbs.
Butane Capacity: 18.7 lbs.
Tare (empty) Weight: 9.0 lbs.

Questions & Answer

Does a composite LPG tank have to be recertified every so often?
Every tank composite or metal sold in the US and Canadian market requires that it be tested and recertified every 5 to 10 years. Currently all composite LPG tanks are on a five year recertification schedule. We expect the composite tanks to convert to a ten year recertification schedule in the near future.

What does a recertification require me to do?

Recertification of an LPG tank is as simple as dropping the tank off at any gas company for a refill. If required the gas company will perform the routine recertification before refilling the tank. The test is simple and routine test includes a visual inspection for rust, corrosion, valve operation and a simple “hydro” test to determine that the tank has the integrity to be used for liquid propane. Some gas companies do this as a courtesy for a regular customer and other companies charge a nominal fee.

Is it transparent?

The HDPE liner and composite pressure vessel has sufficient translucency for the user to see the liquid level of LPG inside the cylinder. The transparent feature enables the user to see the gas level through the wall of the cylinder, therefore eliminating the risk of running out of gas during an inopportune time. It also makes it possible for the consumer to verify that the cylinder has actually been filled with the right amount of LPG.

What is the Corrosion and chemical resistance?

There is no possibility of corrosion to the composite cylinder. All applied materials are non-corrosive and have been carefully selected to ensure maximum chemical stability and resistance to concentrations of acids or solvents that may appear in the LPG or in the environment where the LPG cylinders may be stored or used.
Additionally the pressure vessel is protected by a coating on the outside.

How is refurbishing done?

For aesthetic purposes the cylinders can be easily and inexpensively cleaned by power-washing with a soap and water solution. Therefore, shot-blasting or painting of the cylinders is not necessary.

How does the cylinder perform in colder climates?

As part of the approval test program the cylinders are tested and approved down to -40C. The use of LPG in low temperatures is of course limited by the vaporization capability of the specific LPG mix.
Normally the casing will have no damage at low temperature if handled correctly, but it's less resistant to significant impact if handled severely.

Is it UV resistant?

As stated above the applied materials have been chosen for different considerations. One of them is to ensure maximum UV stability. In addition, UV additives are applied to the casing material depending on the geographic zone where the cylinders are to be used.






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$99.00..20 Pound Tank

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