Alugas - 14kg (33 Litres) Refillable Alu Gas Cylinder TRAVELmate
ALUGAS - 14kg (33 Litres) Refillable Alu Gas Cylinder
as brand new empty property bottle with carrying handle, colour silver
Filling weight propane: 14 kg
Tare weight: 7.5 kg
Height top edge of valve: 680 mm (collar removed)
ALUGAS - 14kg (33 Litres) Refillable Alu Gas Cylinder TRAVELmate
ALUGAS TRAVELmate fillable with multivalve without accessories TF-AG-14 Type 1
Always self-sufficient - can be filled by yourself. Bottle for permanent installation in caravans and motorhomes. Carefree travel throughout Europe.
CE marking 2014/68/EU CE0036
- TÜV 10 years
- with Multivalve
- Gas bottle 33.3 litres aluminium
- Capacity 14 kg propane / 16.3 kg. Butane ( 28 - 30 litres )
- with 80 % filling stop valve
Diameter 300 mm
Height 680 mm (without collar)
Height with collar 700 mm Collar unscrewable
Empty weight only 7.5 kg.
The gas cylinder is equipped with a multivalve:
- 80 % filling stop valve with angle G 3/4
- UNF withdrawal valve 21.8 LH with safety valve
- Float level indicator
TÜV for 10 years, after which a 'periodic inspection' must be carried out as for all stationary gas systems.
This gas cylinder is equipped with an automatic 80% filling stop. The filling process stops as soon as 14 kg propane (16.3 kg butane), i.e. 28 - 30 litres LPG, are reached in the cylinder.
Shipping weight: 12.00 kg
The gas cylinders are supplied with the manufacturer's operating instructions.
Scope of delivery:
1x gas bottle (without filling) with multivalve
1x manufacturer's operating instruction in German
Customs tariff number 76130000
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