Refills & Replacements

Checking Your Gas Levels

Use Hot Water

Simply fill a container with hot water, pour it down the side of the cylinder, and then run your hand along the surface. You’ll notice a cooler area, and the highest point of this cool spot indicates the fill level. While this method may not provide the utmost precision in measuring bottled gas levels, it’s a practical way to get a rough idea of whether it’s time for a gas bottle refill or exchange.

Judge the Weight

Estimating the fill level of a tank can sometimes be as simple as lifting it to gauge its weight. But if that’s not feasible, you can always rely on a set of scales. By weighing the tank and subtracting its tare weight (the empty weight), you can easily calculate how much fuel is left in it. This method provides an accurate way to assess the remaining gas in your tank.

Buy a Gauge

While the methods mentioned above can provide a rough estimate of whether you need a gas bottle refill or exchange, the simplest and most accurate approach is to invest in a gauge. Whether you opt for an inline pressure gauge or a set of tank scales with analog or digital readouts, there’s no better way to precisely determine the fuel level in your bottled gas cylinder than using a dedicated gauge. It offers the convenience and accuracy needed to ensure you never run out of gas unexpectedly.

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