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Bottles and revision

Composite bottles

The composite bottle is the most popular LPG bottle for the home, the boat, the cabin and for the barbecue.One advantage is that you can see the gas level, another advantage is the low weight, which is about half of the corresponding tin bottle.

However, the composite bottle is unsuitable for use in winter, when LPG is in liquid form and requires energy from the outside to provide gas (composite is an insulating material compared to steel which easily conducts energy from the outside, even at low outdoor temperatures). Also expect a somewhat lower temperature on the grill compared to the steel bottle even in summer due to the insulating effect of the composite.

Composite bottle evaporation capacity: 0.3-0.8kg/h (4-10kW)


Many customers claim that their composite bottles are leaking because they smell gas around them.

LPG is completely odorless, therefore a scent is added so that leaks can be detected. Unfortunately, this fragrance easily penetrates the composite material, thus it is normal for a composite bottle to smell a little "gas", however, it is very rare that it leaks fuel.

Steel bottles

Aluminum bottles

The aluminum bottles are almost as light as the corresponding composite bottle in weight. Aluminum is the optimal gas bottle in all weathers and the bottle we recommend.


As the bottle is made of aluminium, it delivers just as well in summer as in winter.

Aluminum bottle evaporation capacity: at least approx. 1kg/h (12.8kW)

Another big advantage of this bottle is that you save weight in, for example, the caravan or motor home, however, it is slightly higher than the composite bottle and can therefore be difficult to mount/too high for some models of motor home.

Camping bottles

Camping bottles

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