What is the pressure inside my Propane Tank?
That is an important question!
- Propane pressure is directly related to the ambient temperature. For example, any volume of propane contained in a propane tank at 80 degrees Fahrenheit, the pressure is about 128 psi, at 50 degrees Fahrenheit, the pressure is about 78 psi and at zero degrees Fahrenheit, the propane pressure can reduce to 24 psi. Therefore, using appliances in colder climates can present issues that require professional assistance.
- Contact your local propane distributor for assistance.
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