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Propane Tank Filling Safety Warning!

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Always wear gloves when filling a propane tank?  

  • Why?  To prevent sever frost bite!
  • When refueling a propane tank, liquid propane is pumped from a storage tank to your smaller propane tank.
  • This liquid propane, can create temperatures as low as 44 below zero .

propane Gloves

Without the use of gloves, severe frost bite can occur to any flesh coming in contact with the escaping liquid propane.

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