“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Maybe it's me, but no propane indoors, ever. My tanks are on the deck, with the grill
If the tanks get too cold, they don’t work well. Needs heat to vaporize the liquid.
-40 is where propane stops off gassing.
Those size tanks -- I've seen then stop off gassing enough to run a grill at -15F. Especially when they are full and got left out overnight for a good cold soak.
Really?So no gas stove or cooktop in your house?Propane is safer than anything except electricity.
Nice pelorus y'have there
Thanks, there's my new word for the day.
in daily travels around the 'Net, it's a rare day that I don't look up a word.
While in Peru 5-lb. propane gas tanks were the most common means to fuel cooking & hot water needs in apartments and small homes. Earthquake hazards pretty much restrict pipeline feeds. Residential resupply was usually performed a tank-at-a-time by young men on bicycles. Newer construction may now provide safer means but that's how "cooking with gas" was accomplished 10-12 years ago.
He'll, I'm tired just thinking of dragging it up there.