We Fill Camper and Trailer Propane Tanks
We fill propane tanks for BBQ grills
We Fill Forklift Propane Tanks
We Fill RV Propane Tanks
Propane vehicle tanks are constructed from carbon steel under a code developed by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. A propane tank is 20 times more puncture resistant than a typical gasoline, methanol or ethanol tank

New propane cylinders are manufactured with an Overfill Protection Device (OPD) that shuts off the filling process when the tank reaches 80 percent of its liquid capacity. This allows for changes in fuel volume caused by temperature variations without any release of gas from the tank.

Propane has the lowest flammability range of any alternative fuel

Propane leaks are easily detected because an odorant (ethyl mercaptin) with a scent similar to rotten eggs is added as a safety measure.

Propane is a nontoxic, nonpoisonous fuel that doesn’t contaminate aquifers or soil.

Unlike gasoline and alcohol fuels, propane can’t be ingested because it is stored in a closed container under pressure. It vaporizes internally when released from its container.

Propane with air won’t ignite unless the source of ignition reaches at least 940 degrees Fahrenheit. In contrast, gasoline’s source of ignition must reach only 430 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit before igniting.

If propane gas leaks, it doesn’t puddle; it readily dissipates into the air

Source: National Propane Gas Association

Get a full propane fill, not 3/4's of a propane fill

Our Propane Filling Hours are:

10:00am to 2:00pm

Monday – Wednesday
7:30am to 2:00pm

Thursday – Friday
7:30am to 2:00pm

8:00am to 2:00pm

RVer’s – we can fill your rv march through august

We’re Easy to get to from 
Route 495 or Route 290!

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